Your time and talents are invaluable. We are so thankful for our volunteers who contribute to the success of Delta Phi Epsilon. You make a difference in our sisterhood. In return, we promise you’ll feel fulfilled and have a renewed love for Delta Phi Epsilon. You’ll grow your network, your skillset and your appreciation for our sorority.
While advising a collegiate chapter is the most popular volunteer option, we understand your time or location may not allow for this opportunity. There are multiple opportunities, such as committees (standing and ad hoc) work, that do not require your physical presence.
- Join an Alumnae Association.
- Complete our Be Involved form below if you are interested in serving as a volunteer. This form is the first step to all volunteer roles and allows us to identify where you will have the best volunteer experience.
- Our most common and needed volunteer position is Chapter Advisory Board members. If advising does not interest you, there are opportunities to assist with colony recruitment, Engage U, staff-driven committees, ad-hoc committees, and other as-needed roles.
- After succeeding as a leader of an Alumnae Association or as a CAB volunteer, you may be asked to join a committee of one of our three boards.
- Have you developed your skills with another non-profit, but never served locally for DPhiE? We would love to have you serve on a committee that meets your passion and skills. Complete the Be Involved Form below.
- Successful committee leaders will be developed by the Governance Committee and recommended for governance board level service.
- Occassionally, seasoned volunteers with other non-profit board experience will be nominated directly to a board for their skill-set and experience outside of DPhiE. Please contact [email protected] to discuss this opportunity.
Lead AdvisorAdvises the chapter president on the overall needs of the chapter, international organization expectations, leadership cultivation (succession planning and officer transition) and the individual developmental needs of the president. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB while leading the group and cultivating leadership among the members. Time commitment of about 15 hours per month.
Operations AdvisorAdvises the Vice President of Operations (VPO) in the management of chapter operations including: finances, risk management, record keeping, parliamentary procedure, and submission of Chapter Assessment Program (CAP) documentation. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB. Time commitment of about 10 hours per month.
Programming AdvisorAdvises the Vice President of Programing (VPP) in the organization and planning of chapter programs including: fundraising, philanthropy, community services, intramural sports, and website/social media. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB. Time commitment of about 10 hours per month.https://www.ondemandassessment.com/index.php/verify/apply/AADemSD/hDbTaCww
Recruitment AdvisorAdvises the Vice President of Recruitment (VPR) in the organization and planning of formal and informal recruitment, positive chapter public relations and relationships with other organizations on Panhellenic/Greek Council. Attends chapter recruitment events. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB. Time commitment of about 10 hours per month, not inclusive of the chapter’s recruitment period.
Membership Development AdvisorAdvises the Vice President of Membership Development (VPMD) as she oversees New Member Orientation, as well as organizing and engaging the active sisterhood and the chapter’s alumnae. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB. Time commitment of about 10 hours per month, not inclusive of the chapter’s new member education period.
Academic Affairs AdvisorAdvises the Vice President of Academic Affairs (VPAA) as she creates plans to better the overall chapter GPA and ensures a social and academic balance of the chapter’s activities. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB. Time commitment of about 10 hours per month.
House Management AdvisorAdvises the Vice President of House Management (VPHM) as she establishes, educates, and enforces chapter house rules for any chapter of DPhiE that maintains a physical space (house, suite, lodge, etc.). Works closely with the House Director, campus professionals, and NDC. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB. Time commitment of about 10 hours per month.
Sisterhood AdvisorAdvises the Member at Large as she guides the Standards Board and oversees sisterhood events and ritual. Attends Standards Board hearings. Works as a collaborative member of the CAB. Time commitment of about 10 hours per month, not inclusive of Standards Board hearings.
Chair: Kristen Lee, Alpha Epsilon Chapter at Kennesaw State University
Oversees the treasury of the organization, as well as its financial instruments, budgets, controls and reports. Reviews quarterly financial reports, annual financial report and audit.
Chair: Dawn McNulty, Phi Sigma Chapter at Northern Illinois University
Reviews grant and scholarship applications, makes recommendations to the full board
Chair: Angel Direnzo, Chief Finance Officer
Oversees the treasury of the organization, as well as its financial instruments, budgets, controls and reports. Reviews quarterly financial reports, annual financial report and audit. Recommends changes to policies on investment and fiscal management.
Chair: Kristin Morgan, Alpha Chapter at New York University
Responsible for working with the Delta Phi Epsilon Delegation and Director of Chapter Services to create and carry out successful strategies for growth of DPhiE. Also upholds and works to improve the image of the sorority within Panhellenic.
Co-Chairs: Emily Meister, Alpha Iota Chapter at University of San Francisco & Katie DeVito, Delta Sigma Chapter at Rider University
Responsible for creating innovative ways to engage both recent and more senior alumnae bases to understand current Delta Phi Epsilon initiatives and mobilize as volunteers and donors.
Co-Chairs: Arleen Honick, Psi Chapter at University of Georgia & Tobi Tamarkin, Sigma Chapter at Ohio State University
Focused on board development through education and training. Within the committee they have established work groups for governance items related to the specific board, such as the by-laws and policy revisions.
Co-Chairs: Roxanne Donovan, Gamma Chapter at Syracuse University & Trisha Fletcher, Epsilon Tau Chapter at Bentley University
Reviews and makes recommendations about individuals who are qualified and willing to serve on the International Governing Board, Educational Foundation Board, National Development Corporation Board and their committees.. It ensures that the organization continues to operate smoothly during transitions of the organization’s elected officials, and may be asked to present written and verbal reports to the membership.
Chair: Bobbi Heilveil, Delta Eta Chapter at University of Michigan
Responsible for creating policies and procedures for the operation of each NDC property.
Chair: Emily Smith, Epsilon Gamma Chapter at Stevens Institute of Technology
Oversees the repairs, maintenance and construction of NDC properties.
Chair: Amanda Melton, Alpha Epsilon Chapter at Kennesaw State University
Oversees the treasury of the organization, as well as its financial instruments, budgets controls and reports. Reviews quarterly financial reports, annual financial report and audit.