About the Coalition

About the Coalition

The Coalition for Collegiate Women’s Leadership, formerly the Southeastern Panhellenic Association (SEPA), began with the first meeting of the Southeastern Panhellenic Conference (SEPC) more than 60 years ago.

Today, the Coalition continues to bring collegiate women together with the goal of education, support and connection. Thousands have taken part in our annual conference, a three-day event including education on leadership and pressing topics in the collegiate and fraternal community. Connections made at each event have created a unique and powerful network of female leaders, encouraging generations of women to rise as problem solvers in their chapters, campuses and communities. We believe that, together, women can change the world. We seek to give women the resources, programs and community they need to spark conversation and make positive impacts.

Our team is dedicated to advancing our cause of empowering the next generations of leaders while ensuring they have exceptional experiences with the Coalition.

Board of Directors
  • Alison Bartel Keller

    Alison is the Director of the Center for Student Involvement at the University of Richmond. Her degrees are from East Carolina University and the University of South Carolina, earning a B.A. in Community Arts Management and a M.S. in Higher Education Administration in Student Personnel Services respectively. Alison has served as the Executive Director of…

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  • Betty Mulkey

    After earning both her Bachelors degree and a Masters in Counselor Education with an emphasis in Student Development from the University of Cincinnati, she began working at Northern Kentucky University.  She recently retired from NKU after 27 years, serving most recently as the Director of Student Engagement. Betty has served at the national leadership team…

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  • Cameron Smith

    Cameron currently resides in Raleigh, NC where she is a Campus Recruiter for EY (Ernst & Young, LLP). In her role, she recruits top talent to begin careers at EY in business – including accounting, technology, and business consulting positions. Cameron holds a master’s degree in counselor education with an emphasis in student affairs from…

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  • Christian Wiggins

    Christian Wiggins graduated from Elon University in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. He serves as the Chief Operating Officer of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Prior, he worked for Harrah’s Entertainment in Hotel Operations and Revenue Management. He stays involved in multiple professional and national nonprofits, including as a member of the board…

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  • Diana Coyle

    Diana Coyle graduated from North Carolina State University in 2003 with a BA in Communication. After graduation, Diana went on to work at Chi Omega Executive Headquarters in Memphis as Program Coordinator for 2 ½ years, where she provided support for extension and leadership programs.  Diana then decided to pursue her Master’s of Education in Higher…

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  • Gabby Leon

    Gabby Leon has been a volunteer with SEPC since 2006, when she was a student on the Conference Committee. This year, she is managing the Silent Auction and Exhibitor Fair. Gabby currently works at Spanx, the women’s undergarment company.  Prior to Spanx, she was the Director of Alumnae Engagement at Phi Mu Fraternity, and began her career as Vice…

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  • Jasmine Horne

    Jasmine Horne attended SEPC for the first time in 2012 as an undergrad and has continued to come back each year since. In 2015, Jasmine was a student coordinator on the conference planning committee and is now leading our year-round social media presence and technology for the website and general sessions during the conference. Jasmine…

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  • Michelle M. Castro

    Michelle M. Castro graduated from Florida International University in 2001 with a BA in International Relations. Upon graduation, Michelle served as a leadership consultant for Phi Sigma Sigma traveling the Midwest and the Northeast.  Following her time on the road, Michelle decided to pursue a Masters Degree.  Michelle graduated from Bowling Green State University in 2004…

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  • Robyn Brock

    Robyn is the current Associate Director of the Oglesby Union at Florida State University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication from the University of Tennessee and her master’s degree in higher education from Florida State University. Robyn is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma where she worked as a leadership consultant, Province Director of…

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  • Tavianna Williams

    Tavianna currently serves as the Associate Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life at Virginia Tech. In her role, she advises the National Pan-Hellenic Council and oversees community development for entire interfraternal community. Tavianna holds a master’s degree in counselor education with an emphasis in student affairs from Clemson University and a bachelor’s degree in strategic…

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