Delta Phi Epsilon's Leadership Team (LT) consists of the President and seven Vice Presidents. These members are responsible for delegating tasks and overseeing coordinator positions. Delta Phi Epsilon is organized so that every single sister plays an integral role in the improvement and upkeep of the chapter. We all work together to create a DPhiE that we are proud of, today and tomorrow!


Kourtney will be serving Delta Phi Epsilon as the president this year! She is a senior majoring in public relations with a minor in political science. She plans to go to law school to become an entertainment attorney. In her free time, she enjoys reading, trying new restaurants, and looking at the newest pieces by fashion designers. Her time in DPhiE has given her a new outlook on how to live life-- she believes staying true to who you are is something so essential. DPhiE's motto, Esse Quam Videri, has become her life motto and she considers it a blessing to have a group of sisters that hold it just as close as she does.


Natalie is so excited be serving as Psi chapter's Vice President of operations this year. She first joined DPhiE for sisterhood, and soon realized that meant meeting friends she would otherwise be unable to live without as well as growing in so many different ways. Her majors are Risk Management and Insurance with a certificate of actuarial science. Her dream job is to be an actuary with a major health insurance firm in New York City. In her free time, she loves to sing, weight lift, hang out with her friends, and especially love on her sisters!


Emily Gronlund, Vice President of Programming, is a third year studying Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) and Psychology. Being an out of state student, she ambitiously started her freshman year without knowing a single person at UGA. She joined lots of clubs her first semester, but found it hard to really connect with people who shared the same interests as her. Wanting to learn more about Greek Life, she attended Delta Phi Epsilon’s Spring Recruitment in the spring of her freshman year and instantly fell in love. Having personally undergone treatment for anorexia, ANAD, one of our national philanthropies, really resonated with her, as well as our other two philanthropies, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and the Delta Phi Epsilon Educational Foundation. She loves the idea of women coming together and working hard to raise money and awareness for such powerful causes. She loves DPhiE because it is a strong group of women who lift each other up and encourage one another to be their best selves every day. In her spare time, you can find Emily flying high at Canopy Studio where she trains weekly in circus apparatuses, aerial silks, trapeze, pole, and lyra. 


Kacky will be serving as this years Vice President of Recruitment! She loves being involved with her sorority, and cannot wait to start her own bakery one day! 


Paige is a junior and serves as our Vice President of Membership Development. Being involved with our New Member Education program her sophomore year was the most rewarding experience she has gotten out of college. She truly believes that joining DPhiE was the best decision she ever made because of the lifelong friendships she has made and the confidence it has give her. Paige is a Journalism major with a Women’s Studies minor who hopes to one day work in publishing. In her free time she can be found drinking lots of coffee, reading a good book, or daydreaming about her next trip to Disney World! 


Colleen grew up on a small farm in Seneca, Illinois. She is the youngest and favorite of four children but broke family tradition going to the University of Illinois. Instead she came down to Georgia and is majoring in Athletic Training and Exercise Sports Sciences. Even though she is only a sophomore she has plans to continue her education post graduation either with medical school or a masters. She joined dphie as a way to meet new people since she is so far from home but fell in love with the passion, drive, and kindness of her sisters.  


Brianna is absolutely thrilled to take on 2018 as VP of Housing Management! Living in the house in an amazing experience, she says, and she is grateful for the opportunity to help share this experience with others! Through DPhiE she has found a loving support system of strong women whom have taught her to see the best in others and in herself. Brianna is a sophomore majoring in communications studies. Whenever she has a free afternoon, you can find her reading comic books, practicing the banjo, or dancing like a fool around the house.


Laure FitzSimons is a sophomore health promotion major in the College of Public Health. She serves Delta Phi Epsilon as the member at large, over sisterhood, standards and ritual. Laure loves DPhiE because it has taught her how to be the best version of herself and surrounded her with sisters who love and support her in her growth. Laure loves to spend her time by the pool or ocean, watching entire seasons of “Are You The One?”, and as a camp counselor over the summer.