Brandon Krapf has 18 years in the international security field in various capacities, including service as a decorated combat veteran. Brandon holds a B.A. in International Studies from The American University in Washington, DC and was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Pi Chapter’s founding 9th Line. Brandon also founded American University’s Student Veterans of America chapter & is a member of The Delta Chi Fraternity. Brandon studied Arabic in Yemen and has traveled, lived or worked in over 60 countries. Brandon is currently living and working in the Middle East.
Amanda Silva is a D.C. community leader and grassroots organizer. She believes that communities are built by our willingness to serve others. Amanda is an alumna and Past President of the Pi Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon at American University. She is the immediate Past President for the community-based Rotaract Club of Washington, DC and Board Member of Partnering for Peace: Friends of Rotary and Peace Corps. She serves the greater DC community as a member of Community Emergency Response Team DC and DC Local Ambassadors.
As 2017 Elite Miss District of Columbia for Miss Earth United States, Amanda's platform was focused on civic engagement, volunteerism and community building. Amanda has served in Peace Corps Indonesia as an English Education and Youth Development Volunteer. Prior to Peace Corps, Amanda lived in Australia and Sri Lanka. Amanda currently works in Digital Supporter Engagement and Innovation at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Her background is in development, communications, and corporate partnerships. She graduated with a Bachelor's in Studio Art: Multimedia and minor in International Development from American University.
Louis Laverone is an alumnus of the Eta Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon at George Washington University. He currently serves as an attorney at the Financial Integrity Network, a counterterrorism and anti-money laundering consulting firm in Washington, D.C. Prior to joining FIN, Louis was a fellow at the National Association of Attorneys General, worked in the Office of General Counsel at CARE USA, and served as Director of the Emory Law School Supreme Court Advocacy Program.
Louis received a B.A. in International Affairs from George Washington University and a J.D. from the Emory University School of Law. He has written for Foreign Affairs and volunteers with the Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Project and DC Bar Pro Bono Center.
Lee Winkler is a 2018 Masters in Public Policy graduate of the George Washington University Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, where he also attained his undergraduate degree. Lee concentrated in economic development policy and boasts professional experience in the field via the public sector and as a researcher. Lee was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon’s Eta Chapter’s 70th line.