Emily Wolfzorn serves as the director of chapter support. In her role, Emily supports the Fraternity’s undergraduate chapters and members as they work to become the greatest version of themselves. She is also responsible for the success of several initiatives proposed within the Phi Delt 2030 strategic plan to further aid the Fraternity’s chapters, members, and volunteers. In addition, she manages the conduct process on behalf of the chapter support team while directly overseeing the chapter support coordinators.
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.
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.
Emily is from southwest Ohio and attended Miami University where she earned a bachelor of science in education. She is a member of the Alpha Omicron Pi fraternity. Wolfzorn then continued her education at the University of South Carolina where she earned her master of education in higher education and student affairs.
Emily was very active during her college experience, serving as the president of the Panhellenic Council Association at Miami. Her diverse experience brings a great perspective to the membership development and support team.
Why did you decide to work for Phi Delta Theta?
I wanted to work with fraternities because I have seen in my roles both as a student and professional the way a positive and safe fraternity can enhance college students’ experiences and shape the overall campus culture. I was drawn to Phi Delta Theta specifically because they are leading the way in building these experiences and challenging the way things have historically been done.