Today's Alpha Phi

  • Katelyn Sussli (Epsilon Beta-Butler) served as the Student Government Association President for Butler University.
  • Janice Bonsu (Zeta Omicron-Johns Hopkins) served as Executive President of the Student Government Association at The Johns Hopkins University.
  • Keizra Mecklai (Beta Nu-Duke) served as Duke Student Government President
  • Abby Grossman (Rho-Ohio State) served as the Undergraduate Student Government President for The Ohio State University.
  • Jessica Cushman (Theta Zeta-Florida Tech) served as the President of the Student Government Association at Florida Tech. She had served as Vice President for the past two years.
  • Jodi White (Xi-Toronto), former Chief of Staff to the Canadian Prime Minister, received the Frances E. Willard Award, Alpha Phi’s highest honor for an alumna.
  • Emily Anne Staples Tuttle (Epsilon-Minnesota), the first Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) woman elected to the Minnesota Senate, received the Frances E. Willard Award, Alpha Phi’s highest honor for an alumna.
  • Ugwechi Amadi (Zeta Phi-MIT) was named a Rhodes Scholar and is a recipient of Alpha Phi's Martha Foote Crowe Award, Alpha Phi's highest honor for a collegian.
  • Cynthia Diller Fields (Gamma Nu-Miami University) is the former CEO of The Limited and the Victoria’s Secret Catalog. She received the Frances E. Willard Award, Alpha Phi’s highest honor for an alumna.
  • Emily Briere (Beta Nu-Duke) was NASA’s youngest summer research associate at age 19. She is also the mission director and lead mechanical engineer on the Time Capsule to Mars project. She received the Martha Foote Crow Award of Achievement.
  • Kathleen S. Miller (Delta-Cornell) is among the highest ranking civilians in the military, currently serving as assistant deputy chief of staff, G-4. She received the Frances E. Willard Award, Alpha Phi’s highest honor for an alumna.
  • Jodi Brooks Allen (Iota-Wisconsin),a National Emmy award-winning journalist, received the Frances E. Willard Award, Alpha Phi’s highest honor for an alumna.
  • Alice Waters (Gamma Beta-UC/Santa Barbara) is the Executive Chef and Owner of Chez Panisse, a neighborhood bistro in Berkeley, CA. Waters has received many awards including Bon Appetit magazine's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000 and the James Beard Humanitarian Award in 1997.
  • Kim Kelleher (Iota-Wisconsin), former publisher of Self, Sports Illustrated and Time Magazine, and past President of Say Media, has been named VP-Publisher of Wired Magazine.
  • Deana Koonsman Gage (Gamma Iota-Texas Tech) was elected to serve the Fraternity as International President this biennium.
  • Kimberly Williams-Paisley (Beta-Northwestern) is featured on "Two and a Half Men." She is best known for her films According to Jim (2001), Father of the Bride (1991) and Father of the Bride Part II (1995), and the television show "Nashville."
  • Janet Murguía (Gamma Delta-Kansas) is President and CEO of National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the largest Hispanic advocacy organization in the US.
  • Tara Bansal (Beta Nu-Duke) was elected Duke Student Government President.