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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


Harmony is a senior studying Political Science and Global Poverty and Practice. Her main interests are the intersection between law and politics, specifically international and human rights law. Outside of school she enjoys collecting succulents and mastering guitar hero.

President
Harmony Loftus Bulloch

Dylan Gervasio is a third year at UC Berkeley double majoring in Global Studies and Portuguese. His academic interests include education policy and indigenous rights, with a regional emphasis in Latin America. On campus, Dylan is involved with Berkeley United In Literacy Development (BUILD), a reading program in which UC Berkeley student mentors provide one-to-one literacy support to youth in Oakland and Berkeley. He is also involved with Latin American Leadership Society, which is a student-run organization that aims on raising awareness on issues that affect Latin America to the general public. In his free time, Dylan enjoys making Tostilocos, cheering on LAFC, and jamming out to reggaeton and funk carioca.

External VP
Eric Furth

Estelle Rai is a third-year majoring in Political Science with a minor in Political Economy. Her academic interests include South Asian politics, political theory, and corporate compliance. When she's not studying, she enjoys painting and playing Cooking Mama on her Nintendo DS.

Internal VP
Estelle Rai


Liam is a sophomore and an intended Global Studies Major with a focus Peace & Conflict studies and Europe Russia. A graduate of a governor’s school for the arts, his interests fall all over the academic spectrum— ranging from fashion design to international relations to domestic politics. Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, Delta Phi Epsilon is Liam's home away from home. As AVP he plans to give back to the fraternity that has already provided me with professional training, leadership experience, and friends he will keep for a lifetime.

Membership VP
Liam Mayer

Danielle is a first-year majoring in Political Economy and double minoring in Global Studies and German. Her academic interests include political economics of Europe, specifically with the European Union and the political and economic trends shaping the European region as a whole. Outside of school, she loves to hike, read, binge netflix shows like the Crown, and go to Trader Joes.

Membership VP
Danielle Kappler


Rohan is a senior studying South Asian Political Economy and Development. He joined DPhiE in Fall 2017, his first semester at Cal, and has grown a lot both personally and professionally thanks to the fraternity and its members. He has worked in the affordable housing and startup sector, the diplomatic sector including at the Indian Consulate in Atlanta and the Embassy of Afghanistan in Washington, D.C., the think tank space, and most recently for the Carter Center, a development nonprofit.

Professional Development VP
Rohan Narendra

Gamin is a junior who is majoring in Political Science and minoring in Public Policy and Data Science. She was born in South Korea but considers Los Angeles and Berkeley to be places she can call home. Her interest areas are East Asian politics and the impact of tech towards security issues. Apart from DPhiE, Gamin is also involved in Model UN, on-campus research, and enjoys cooking, hiking, and watching anime with her boyfriend during her free time.

Administrative VP
Gamin Kim


CHAIRS


Gamin is a junior who is majoring in Political Science and minoring in Public Policy and Data Science. She was born in South Korea but considers Los Angeles and Berkeley to be places she can call home. Her interest areas are East Asian politics and the impact of tech towards security issues. Apart from DPhiE, Gamin is also involved in Model UN, on-campus research, and enjoys cooking, hiking, and watching anime with her boyfriend during her free time.

Philanthropy Chair
Gamin Kim

Kyra is a sophomore studying Politics, Philosophy & Economics at the University of Otago in New Zealand (She was an exchange student at Berkeley in Spring 2020). She is passionate about women's rights in LEDCs and environmental sustainability. She was born and raised in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and loves writing poetry and doing HIIT workouts.

Philanthropy Chair
Kyra Shahana Butt

Dylan Gervasio is a third year at UC Berkeley double majoring in Global Studies and Portuguese. His academic interests include education policy and indigenous rights, with a regional emphasis in Latin America. On campus, Dylan is involved with Berkeley United In Literacy Development (BUILD), a reading program in which UC Berkeley student mentors provide one-to-one literacy support to youth in Oakland and Berkeley. He is also involved with Latin American Leadership Society, which is a student-run organization that aims on raising awareness on issues that affect Latin America to the general public. In his free time, Dylan enjoys making Tostilocos, cheering on LAFC, and jamming out to reggaeton and funk carioca.

Active Chair
Dylan Gervaiso


Judy is a senior studying political science and public policy. Her interests are in Latin America, terrorism, and war. She is excited to hopefully work for the State Department. She is from Long Beach, California. Her favorite things to do are to eat at trendy restaurants and travel.

Rush/Publicity Chair
Judy Blancaflor

Oscar Murillo is a third year majoring in Global Studies with a focus on global development in the Midde East & North Africa region. He is passionate about rentier states in the Gulf and how they are adapting in a world that is becoming seemingly less reliant on oil. Outside of Delta Phi Epsilon Oscar is involved with Cal ACLU and serves as the Assistant Immigration Director for the Immigration Committee. He is also an intern for the ACLU in their Summer Advocacy Program. Oscar is originally from Davis, CA and loves to spend time with friends and with his dog named Buddy.

Rush/Publicity Chair
Oscar Murillo

Jean is a senior studying Political Science and Computer Science. She is passionate about all things cyber, with a specific emphasis on its impact on US-China relations. Outside of DPhiE, Jean works with the Human Rights Center and Robert Reich. In her spare time, she can be found sipping a matcha latte, writing screenplays, and wondering when she'll pet her next dog.

Alumni Chair
Jean Li


Duaa is a third year at Cal, majoring in Political Science and minoring in Human Rights. While originally from Pakistan, Duaa lives in Qatar when she's not at Berkeley. Her interests include women's and children's rights in the Middle East and South Asia and war and conflict. She hopes to eventually work toward legal reform initiatives in developing countries. Besides that, she loves Yosemite, dogs, and roasted potatoes.

Social Chair
Duaa Khan

Jackson is a junior majoring in Global Studies with a focus in Development Latin America and a minor in French and Spanish. He is interested in the United State’s role in the economies of Latin America, local farming practices, and critiquing neoliberalism. He is from a small town called Valley Springs, California and enjoys being in nature.”

Social Chair
Jackson Tafoya

Sam is a 4th year studying Political Science and Computer Science. He grew up in Arlington, Virginia with stints in Ukraine, Romania and France. His interests include local government, hybrid regimes and AI. Around Berkeley, you can usually find him at Imm Thai, Willard Park or Nabolom Bakery.

Webmaster
Samuel Taplin

Isabel is a Sophomore at UC Berkeley with an intended major in Political Economy and a minor in Human Rights. She is interested in IR theory and the idea of sovereignty along with the real-world conflicts that stateless individuals face. She advocates for climate justice, workers’ rights, and other human rights issues. She is part of the grassroots international human rights group By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, as has served as a Climate Reality Leader during her time at Berkeley. She rushed Delta Phi Epsilon in Spring 2020.

Sustainability Chair
Isabel Penman

Maya Basha is a third-year at UC Berkeley majoring in Political Economy with a minor in Human Rights. Her academic interests include economic diversification in the Gulf States, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, counterterrorism campaigns in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and racial hegemonies in the United States. In her free time, Maya enjoys reading New York Times articles on Mohammed bin Salman and talking nonstop about her hometown, Washington D.C.

Media Chair
Maya Basha



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Fall 2020