Gifts made to the Educational Foundation provide mentorship, workshops, training, academic scholarships and additional resources to empower leaders in Delta Phi Epsilon. Your gift equips our members to advocate for themselves and enter the workforce as strong, confident, and prepared voices — ready to take a seat at any table and continue shattering glass ceilings.
“I have never done something like this before. As Chapter President of the Delta Upsilon Chapter at the University of Tampa, I felt like I was stepping up for the entire Greek community and advocating for our rights and anti-hazing legislation.”
“It’s a really unique experience and you get to meet sisters from all over the country! At the end of the day you channel your communication skills from talking with people one on one – while advocating can be applicable to many different careers, a political career does not have to be your end goal to participate.”
“My experience taught me grit and my parents’ sacrifices shaped me into the person that I am today. Graduating from college is the greatest accomplishment in my life thus far.”
“In times of COVID-19, it’s normal to feel confused, overwhelmed and lonely; it’s easy to think only about the things that have been postponed or cancelled. My experiences as a part of the ILC program continue to remind me of the many things that continue during this time: the love we all can extend to each other, friendship, learning, and true sisterhood for a lifetime.”
“Some days are hard – especially in the DEI space where nothing is perfect and there’s so much work to do. It can be discouraging but at the same time gives me the motivation to continue.”
“There’s something special about the feeling of having the Sisterhood at your back. And I’ve felt that on a smaller scale knowing that my values align with the women I’ve come to know in this organization. It’s nice to know that DPhiE is choosing to stand behind the principles that its sisters live through this series. It’s also empowering. One voice can be lost in the din, but a chorus demands to be heard.”