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 (AFA), the Fraternity Executives Association (FEA) and the Executive Directors Association (EDA). She has held numerous leadership positions in these, and other organizations, including serving as president of FEA, EDA and FIPG, Inc. She also served on the board of the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) for almost 20 years. She continues to volunteer for these organizations and is currently treasurer of the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee.
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 where she has served as president and is currently treasurer. She lives in Danbury, CT with her husband, Alan, and son, Ryan, her most favorite pastimes.
DIRECTOR OF CHAPTER SERVICES
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.
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. Linda handles AEPhi’s bookkeeping, the processing of chapter initiation requests and other general office management responsibilities.
Traveling Educational Consultant
Alpha Mu, University of Maryland
Jessica Sirota is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, where she earned a B.A. in communication with a minor in leadership studies. Jessica joined Alpha Mu Chapter during her freshmen year. Jessica has since grown to love the diverse women of her chapter, and appreciate the many leadership opportunities that AEPhi has given her.
During her sophomore year, Jessica served as the vice president of diversity and inclusion on the Panhellenic Association’s executive board. The experience deepened her passion for meeting people from all walks of life which inspired her to study abroad the following year halfway across the world in Cape Town, South Africa.
A New York City native, Jessica has grown up with a love of sleep away camp. She’s spent 13 consecutive summers at Starlight in Pennsylvania where she served as Assistant Division Leader for young girls the past two summers. In her spare time Jessica enjoys babysitting the dozens of children she’s met through building her own caregiving empire in Manhattan’s Upper East Side