Haley M.
VP of Operations
Alea A.
VP of Standards
Maeve M.
VP of Scholarship
Emma G.
VP of Programming
Isa G.
VP of Finance
Tori S.
VP of Philanthropy
Ale D.
VP of Recruitment
Bri G.
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VP of New Member Education
Leah T.
VP of New Member Education
Madison G.
VP of Ribbons on the Runway
Maya S.
A note from the President



Welcome to the website of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi here at Emerson College! I’m so excited to present to you our sisters, our goals, and every fun event in between! I could not be more proud of our beautiful sisterhood, and I encourage you to look around the site and see our smiling faces as you learn more about our chapter. 


Emerson College, located in the heart of Boston, MA is home to our chapter, currently with 55 members. Our organization, Alpha Epsilon Phi was founded on October 24th, 1909 at Barnard College, by a group of driven young Jewish women looking for a place to call home. Over 100 years later, there are chapters all over the United States and Canada, and 5 others in Boston that we love! I could not be more grateful to be leading our chapter this year, through this pandemic and all of the other challenges. Our group is made up of confident and kind sisters from all different backgrounds of life. Emerson College and the Beta Alpha chapter pride themselves on creating an inclusive environment, for open minded and creative sisters to thrive in. 


Our sisters work hard at everything they do. From achieving the Dean's List semester after semester, and being involved in several organizations on campus, we are always there to lend a hand and encourage each other. Going into this sisterhood, I did not expect all of the leadership positions and real world work experience that this community provides. Last year we raised almost $10,000 for our philanthropy Sharsheret, at our annual fashion show philanthropy event, Ribbons On the Runway. Sisters were able to connect with local businesses, select clothing, market the event, and hold our fashion show through relying on each other and working as a team. Our chapter founded this event Ribbon On the Runway 17 years ago, and continues to thrive looking forward to raising money and awareness together with our Boston community each year. 


Whether you’re looking to get involved in the community, make lifelong friends, or create strong networking and leadership skills, I encourage you to come out for our chapter. I am still astonished every day at what I see my sisters achieving. We take the core values of what it means to be a sister of Alpha Epsilon Phi very seriously, and we hope you show what these values have helped us build and achieve. Our motto, Many Hearts, One Purpose is evident on campus and beyond, in life long friendships and sisterhood wherever life takes us!


Haley MacMillan

Beta Alpha Chapter President


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