Phi Delta Theta is excited to announce Emily Wolfzorn as its new director of chapter support. In her new role, Emily will support the Fraternity’s undergraduate chapters and members as they work to become the greatest version of themselves. She will also be responsible for the success of several initiatives proposed within the Phi Delt 2030 strategic plan.
Emily has worked at General Headquarters since 2021 as a chapter support coordinator. In that position, she worked directly with chapters and volunteers as chapters began to emerge from the pandemic and re-establish chapter operations.
As the director of chapter support, Emily will execute Phi Delt 2030 support strategies to further aid the Fraternity’s chapters, members, and volunteers. In addition to operational support, she will manage the conduct process on behalf of the chapter support team while directly overseeing the chapter support coordinators.
“I have enjoyed my year working with Phi Delta Theta and look forward to continuing with the Fraternity in this new role. We have an incredibly strong team working to support our chapters, and I am excited to continue the progress that has been made in recent years.”
Originally from Cincinnati, Ohio, Emily is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi and a 2019 graduate of Miami University. She went on to earn her master of education in higher education and student affairs from the University of South Carolina. At USC, Emily adjudicated incidents of individual and organizational misconduct related to alcohol and drugs, hazing, and other misconduct. She trained and oversaw the university hearing board and served on the hazing prevention and education committee while working with fraternity and sorority life, athletics, and student organizations to foster positive new member experiences.