Administrative & Financial Services
In September 2016 we announced changes being made to administrative and financial positions on staff. The Administrative and Financial Services Department is led by our Chief Financial Officer, Angel Direnzo, which manages the budget for the entire enterprise. The team oversees finances, leasing contracts for official housing properties, business operations, Greek-licensed vendors and the DPhiE Designs store.
Direnzo shares, “We are excited to expand the department and enable the separation of Administrative and Financial responsibilities. This will allow us to better serve our membership during this time of growth. DPhiE strives to create a sense of belonging, and adding dedicated stewards of our mission will push us further toward that goal.”
Pat Cutsavage, Phi Tau Chapter at Rutgers University- Camden, will be leading the administrative arm. Pat has been on staff for more than three years serving as the Executive Assistant. She will serve as the Director of Administrative Services. Congratulate Pat here.
Joining her is Jessica Baxter as the Coordinator of Administrative Services. She is a graduate of the LeBow School of Business at Drexel University and is a member of Alpha Phi Omega service organization. Baxter’s extensive background in customer service and office administration will be a valuable addition to the IHQ team. You can welcome Jessica here.
Also joining the team are Rebecca Barrows and Lindsay Wolf as administrative interns. Rebecca is a sister of Phi Tau Chapter at Rutgers University- Camden where she is majoring in Psychology and Childhood Studies, and has served as Member-at-Large of her chapter. Lindsay is studying Communications at West Chester University. She is a sister of Phi Mu Fraternity and most recently served as Panhellenic Vice President of Membership Recruitment. Congratulate our two interns here.
After a long, thoughtful search the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation is pleased to announce the hiring of Molly Wolff, Phi Tau Chapter at Rutgers University- Camden as Coordinator of Development after serving nearly two years as an administrative intern. Molly will be graduating from the University of Pennsylvania with a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership this spring.
International Executive Director Nicole DeFeo shares, “Molly brings a new perspective to our fundraising through her formal education in nonprofit management. I am excited for the changes to come.”
Welcome Molly to the Foundation team here.
Collegiate Development Consultants
Joining our CDC team for the spring semester is Serena Galea, Beta Phi Chapter at Central Michigan University and Ellen Gourley, Gamma Omicron Chapter at Georgia Southern University.
Gourley will be working with our spring colony at the University of Rhode Island. As an undergraduate, Ellen served as Vice President of Recruitment and Chapter President. Serena heads to Cambridge, MA to provide support to Zeta Delta Chapter at Massachusetts Institute of Technology as they complete their new chapter development program. During her time at Beta Phi she served as Member-at-Large and Chapter President. Click here to congratulate Ellen and here to congratulate Serena.
Interested in working for Delta Phi Epsilon? Learn more about opportunities by visiting our career page here.