National Staff

Executive DirectorExecutive Director

Bonnie Rubenstein Wunsch
Epsilon Eta Chapter, Emory University

Bonnie joined the Alpha Epsilon Phi staff in 1988.  Prior to becoming executive director, she served the organization in several capacities including convention local arrangements coordinator, director of new member education, province director and one year on National Council as vice president-collegiate chapters. 

Bonnie is our representative to many interfraternal organizations.  She is a member of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors and the board of the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA).  She continues to be active in several organizations of which she has been president including the Executive Directors Association, the Fraternity Executives Association and FIPG, Inc.

Bonnie’s chief areas of responsibility are overseeing our daily business operations including working with our legal counsel and our accountants; staff management; risk management; event planning; media relations and serving as development director for the Alpha Epsilon Phi Foundation. 

In her free time, and when not traveling for AEPhi, Bonnie is active in her synagogue and the National Council of Jewish Women currently serving on the boards of both groups and having previously served as president of each.  She lives in Danbury, CT with her husband, Alan, and son, Ryan, her most favorite pastimes.

Director of Chapter Services

Hannah Rowley
Nu, University of Pittsburgh

Hannah is the director of chapter services for Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority. In this role, Hannah is responsible for the Traveling Education Consultant (TEC) program, digital communication initiatives, and chapter management and operational support. 

Prior to being on staff with Alpha Epsilon Phi, Hannah was a staffing manager specializing in administrative and professional positions and was an account director for a corporate business consulting company.  Hannah volunteered her time as an alumna as advisor for Epsilon Theta Chapter at American University and Beta Nu Chapter at Towson University. As an undergraduate at Nu Chapter at the University of Pittsburgh, Hannah was vice president-recruitment and held chair positions including sisterhood chair while pursuing her bachelor degree in communications. Hannah was also a member of the student activities board at Pitt as arts director.

In her spare time, Hannah is active in her synagogue in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, teaching both Sunday School and Hebrew School.  She also participates in the synagogue’s women's group and young adult group.  She is also passionate about her dog, Louie, and animals, in general.

LindaOffice Manager

Linda Payne-DiSarro
Iota Alpha Chapter, Alumna Initiate

Linda Payne-DiSarro has been the voice at the other end of the phone in the National Office since September 2006.  She came to Alpha Epsilon Phi from Danbury Schools and Business Collaborative (DABC) where her supervisor was the former executive director of another NPC member group.  Prior to working at DABC, Linda had worked in several medical offices and had taken time off to raise her sons Matt and Tyler.

Linda handles AEPhi’s bookkeeping, the processing of chapter initiation requests and other general office management responsibilities.  Linda was honored that one of the initiations she processed during AEPhi’s centennial year was her own; Linda became an alumna initiate during the Centennial Convention in June 2009.

Traveling Educational Consultants

Zoë Smith

Rho, Ohio State University

Zoë is thrilled to be back on the road with the TEC team and continue working with women from Atlantic to Pacific. A member of Rho Chapter, Zoë received her bachelor’s degree in 2016 from The Ohio State University in art history, and a minor in leadership studies. As an undergraduate she served two terms on Panhellenic, as well as, Greek Programing Board. Zoë served as both director of recruitment logistics and vice president of community development for Panhellenic and vice president logistics and vice president of standards of excellence for the Greek Programming Board. As vice president of community development Zoë launched the first 53 Blue Balloon Program to raise awareness for educational inequalities, as well as raised over $8,000 to be put towards building a school in underdeveloped countries. Outside of her involvement with Greek life, Zoë has engaged with leadership development at Ohio State at the LeaderShape Institute and facilitating various retreats. In the future Zoë hopes to continue her passion of working with, developing, and supporting college students with a focus on supporting the needs of Jewish college students on today’s college campuses.

Stephanie Blitzer
Epsilon Theta, American University

Stephanie is a recent graduate of American University with a bachelor’s degree in international studies, concentrating in international development and global health. She quickly became involved with her chapter. Stephanie was her chapter’s heritage chair and helped bring cultural pieces of Judaism to her chapter. She also served as her chapter’s vice president-new member education in her final year of college. Outside of AEPhi, Stephanie helped found her campus’ chapter of Challah for Hunger. She was a casual attendee to Hillel and Chabad Friday night dinners. In addition to these activities, Stephanie interned with various organizations that focused on supporting vulnerable and marginalized populations around the world. She was also an advisor for a Jewish teen philanthropy program in the DC area. Stephanie enjoys checking out local coffee shops, sights, and bites to eat in her free time. Stephanie is thrilled to begin her journey as a TEC and is excited to meet sisters around the country. Following her time as a TEC, Stephanie plans to return to East Africa (while on a gap year in Israel, she spent a month in Rwanda) and work on projects that deal with international development and global health. When she isn’t traveling, Stephanie can be found searching for her dream puppy, watching Netflix, cuddling with her rabbits, or enjoying time with her friends.

Abigail Ross
Epsilon Theta, American University

Abby is a recent graduate of American University with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a minor in public administration and policy. She joined AEPhi as a freshman and notes this as one of the best decisions of her college career. Abby is originally from Los Angeles, CA, so AEPhi really helped make her new city of DC feel like home. Early on in her time in AEPhi she served as alumnae chair, planning and coordinating a brunch for chapter alumnae still in the DC area. Abby’s involvement only grew as she served on her chapter’s executive board as vice president-recruitment for the 2017 year. Getting the opportunity to work with other members of the executive board, recruitment board, and the Panhellenic community in order to plan and execute a successful recruitment is one of her fondest memories of her time in her chapter. Outside of AEPhi, Abby worked as a religious school teacher at a local synagogue. She loves working with kids and teaching them about Jewish values in fun and innovative ways. Abby is a huge fan of sports (particularly the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Dodgers) and sushi! After her time as a TEC, her plan is to work for a non-profit making legislative change for social justice causes. Abby is excited to travel the country meeting sisters from Atlantic to Pacific!

Delaney Becker
Beta Xi, Texas A&M University

Delaney is a recent graduate of Texas A&M University and received a bachelor's degree in allied health.  As a freshman, Delaney became very involved with a then local on-campus sorority which blossomed into the beautiful new Beta Xi Chapter. Delaney spearheaded that transition, with a goal of making the colony a home for as many women across campus as possible. As a collegian, she served as president, ritualist and sisterhood chair. Along with her dedication to AEPhi, Delaney also served as president of Chabad Jewish Student Group and captain of her intramural soccer team. She was involved in many other on-campus organizations as well, including the Pre-Medical Society, Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society, Order of Omega, and the sorority intramural team, as well as being a regular volunteer at the local animal shelter. In appreciation of her work in the community, Delaney was honored by the mayor of College Station, an AEPhi alumna, with the naming May 3, 2015, "Delaney Becker Day." Delaney is very proud of her accomplishments within her chapter, and is very excited to begin her journey as a TEC to help other chapters and colonies from Atlantic to Pacific! Delaney is hoping to attend nursing school after her time as a TEC and to help impact as many people in her community as she can. When Delaney is not traveling, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, crafting, watching movies, and playing soccer.