Our organization is comprised of three corporations, each with its own board of directors that follows a governance model of leadership. Together, they create the enterprise. These three boards work collaboratively with our staff to provide a meaningful exprience for our sisters. The boards oversee the Sorority, Educational Foundation, and National Development Corporation.
Our staff then carries out the strategic plan to allow our boards to work towards organizational growth and development, rather than day-to-day operations.
Designed to assist chapters with housing or those desiring a house, the NDC is an organization that promotes sound fiscal management for all chapters, provides liability, worker's compensation and property insurance coverage at large group rates and assists chapters with saving for future housing. The NDC has a volunteer board of individuals who are skilled in law, finance, capital fundraising and property management. They meet semi-annually and maintain ongoing contact via internet and phone in order to conduct business.
Amanda Bell Melton
Delta Phi Epsilon is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), a group that provides support and guidance for its 26-member inter/national sororities/women's fraternities and serves as the national voice on contemporary issues of sorority life. The NPC provides Delta Phi Epsilon a voice in the fraternal community. Each NPC member group is equally represented by a delegate, who serves on the board of directors, and up to three alternate delegates. The delegate is the liaison between her organization, the NPC and all NPC member groups. In order to conduct business, the delegate body meets annually. The delegates function year round as members of specific NPC committees.
Susan Legalley Mote
In addition to providing annual scholarships for our members, The Foundation provides resources and funding for educational development. Such things include collegiate chapter officer trainings, the development of manuals and other training materials, sponsoring community service events and projects, as well as, funding keynote speakers and materials for conferences and forums. The Foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, each serving two year terms with a limit of twelve years of consecutive service.