About Delta Phi Epsilon
Delta Phi Epsilon Pi Sorority is a professional foreign service sorority chartered at American University in Washington, D.C. DPE is a sisterhood of highly-motived young individu committed to professionalism, global citizenship and female empowerment. The sisterhood is comprised of nearly 60 undergraduate students pursuing careers in various fields, all with the common theme of service. We are committed to fostering an interest in international affairs and professional development within out sorority.
The mission of Delta Phi Epsilon is to promote good fellowship among persons studying or engaged in foreign service. An irrefutable desire to travel the world, experience new cultures and serve the global community unite the sister of Delta Phi Epsilon.
Our sisterhood began at Georgetown University in 1973. Delta Phi Epsilon now has chapters at Georgetown University, George Washington University, New York University, University of California at Berkeley, and our chapter at American University. Notable sisters of the sorority include former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright. An essential aspect of this sorority is the strong sense of community we strive to achieve. Not only are we a tight-knit group of women that support and encourage each other, we also believe in giving back to the larger community. Sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon serve the AU, Washington, DC, and global community.
The sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon Pi Chapter are professional women dedicated to life-long learning united by a passion to make the world around us a better place.
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