2019 AEPhi Convention was held June 19-23, 2019 at the Renaissance Sea World in Orlando, FL.
Training for Collegians, alumnae and volunteers
Election and installation of 2019-2021 National Council
AEPhi Foundation’s Shabbat Dinner with announcement of scholarship, chapter and individual awards
Gala Final Banquet
AEPhi’s 44th Biennial Convention was a wonderful four days and four nights where we were Notorious AEPhi! We paid homage to our famous phi sister Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Thank you to all who joined us for learning, sharing and celebrating at the luxurious the Renaissance Sea World Orlando, FL.
Please join us for our 45th Biennial Convention June 23-27, 2021 in Memphis, Tennessee at The Guest House at Graceland. Additional details coming soon.
Alpha Epsilon Phi’s Summer Leadership Conference was held June 29-July 1, 2018 at the Westin DFW in Dallas, TX. This past summer’s program was developed with the framework of sustainability, responsibility, and accountability for new member educators and alumnae.
The Alpha Epsilon Phi Presidents Academy is an intensive, three-day workshop for the women who lead our chapters. Every chapter and colony is represented, and this cutting-edge training is led by some of the best minds and leaders from both AEPhi and the interfraternal world.
While the curriculum is evaluated and updated annually, the information covered in the program stays consistent. Participants are welcomed at a Shabbat dinner and spend the first evening in icebreakers and small group meetings. Another constant is the Katz Leadership Symposium, funded by the Alpha Epsilon Phi Foundation’s Katz Leadership Development Fund. Symposium speakers have included nationally known leadership organizational development speakers.
Throughout the weekend, presentations address a wide range of topics, including:
Roles and responsibilities of a president
Leading as exemplary women
Effective goal setting and strategic planning
Utilizing executive boards, delegating, and encouraging accountability
How to run a meeting
Balancing leadership and friendship
Time and stress management
Overcoming chapter apathy
Living our ritual
Working with the National Office and chapter support teams
Identifying emerging leaders
Utilizing campus resources for ongoing leadership training
Building action plans
The classroom sessions are complemented by small group discussions, team meetings, social activities, one-on-one meetings with the chapter/colony presidents and the National President, and unstructured free time in which presidents can get to know and learn from each other.
Presidents Academy is made possible by the generous funding of the AEPhi Foundation and their donors. The Alpha Epsilon Phi Foundation supports the development of ethics, intellect and leadership, and enriches our members individually and our chapters collectively, through scholarships, educational programming and lifetime giving opportunities. Foundation felt there was no better way to develop leadership than by supporting an annual President Academy. To learn more about how to contribute to Foundation to support this program in the future, click here