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EXECUTIVE BOARD

 I am so happy to take on the role of President this year and lead so many amazing, intelligent women. I’m excited to grow our community internally and externally and continue practicing our values of sisterhood, leadership, scholarship, and integrity

President
Amaris R.
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I am so beyond excited to be the VP of Operations this year for AEPhi. I am so honored to be a part of such an amazing organization which such strong and inspiring sisters. 

VP of Operations
Carly M.
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VP of Standards
Ava T.
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I am so excited and honored to be the VP of Programming for this semester. I am so excited to create events where sisters can bond and experience the true joys of sisterhood!

VP of Programming
Devin T.
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I am excited to be VP of Scholarship because I love school and helping others and I feel like this position really ties in the two! I am also AEPhi’s heritage Chair, so I am happy to promote Jewish scholarships and help out my Jewish sisters. 

VP of Scholarship
Phoebe C.
Sofia M. Eboard

i'm really looking forward to working with everyone on eboard to ensure we have the best year yet! i'm really excited to get more involved and take on an integral part within the structure of our sisterhood. i can't wait to put my spreadsheet skills to good use!

VP of Finance
Sofia M.
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I am so happy and honored to be VP Philanthropy this year. AEPhi has the kindest and most hardworking sisters and I can't wait to work with everyone of them to raise awareness, volunteer, and fundraise for causes that are close to each sister and the sorority as a whole!

VP of Philanthropy
Kyleigh D.
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i am so so so excited for the year ahead as vp of recruitment <3 i can’t wait to introduce a whole new group of incredible people to this amazing sisterhood and i’m so grateful to have such a supportive eboard and chapter working besides me!

VP of Recruitment
Maddy M.

I am so excited to bring in a a wonderful new class of sisters. This sorority has brought me so much joy and I cannot wait to show our newest sisters the wonderful joys of sisterhood <3

VP of New Member Education
Livy Burdo
 
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I am so excited to meet the newest additions to our sisterhood and welcome them in with open arms. Serving as NME is something I wanted to do ever since my process, and I can't wait to put my heart into the position and give the Mus the best experience possible!

VP of New Member Education
Sophie P.
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I'm beyond excited to be heading Beta Alpha's 20th annual Ribbons on the Runway! Not only does this event raise money for our philanthropy, Sharsheret, but it also helps Beta Alpha strengthen its bonds with Boston-based businesses. From local boutiques to (potentially) national sports teams, I am thrilled to bring together the best of Boston for the good of Sharsheret

VP of Ribbons on the Runway
Sam D.
A Note From the President

Hello and Welcome! 

Welcome to the website of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Phi here at Emerson College! I’m so honored to present to you our sisters, our values, our philanthropy, and every exciting event in between! I could not be more proud of our beautiful sisterhood, and I encourage you to look around the site and see the strong bonds we have built as you learn more about our chapter. 

Emerson College, located in the heart of Boston, MA is home to our chapter, currently with 75 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; including 5 others in Boston that we love! I am so grateful to be leading our chapter this year as we adjust back to normal life and embrace connection once again. Our group is made up of confident and ambitious sisters from all across the country and beyond. At Emerson College and within the Beta Alpha chapter we pride ourselves on creating an inclusive environment, for open minded and creative individuals to thrive in. 

Our sisters work hard at everything they do. From achieving the Dean's List semester after semester, to being student leaders in a wide variety of organizations on campus, we are always there to lend a hand and encourage each other. Before joining this sisterhood, I knew there would be opportunities for direct professional growth; however, I am blown away by the indirect personal growth and community engaged work I have been fortunate enough to have been a part of during the past three years. Last year we raised almost $6,000 for our philanthropy Sharsheret, at our annual fashion show philanthropy event, Ribbons On the Runway. Through a redesigned social media campaign, sisters were able to connect with Boston based businesses, select clothing, market the vision, and host a year-long virtual fashion show through relying on each other and working as a team. Despite the challenge of a virtual runway campaign, as opposed to a typical one day in-person fashion show, we were still extremely successful in our endeavor. Our chapter founded Ribbons On the Runway 18 years ago, and continues to thrive looking forward to raising funds 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. Each day I find myself more and more astonished by my sister's achievements: scholastically, professionally, and within the community. We take the core values of what it means to be a sister of Alpha Epsilon Phi very seriously, and we hope you will learn how these values have helped us to build and achieve our goals. Our motto, “Many Hearts, One Purpose” is evident on campus and beyond, in life long friendships and sisterhood wherever life takes us!

 

LML, 

Amaris Ramirez

amariskramirez@gmail.com / aephibetaalphapresident@gmail.com 

Beta Alpha Chapter President

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