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The Northeast Greek Leaders Association (NGLA) Recognizes Amanda Riehl with Philippi Award

Phi Sigma Sigma, Inc. is pleased to share that Amanda Riehl, Epsilon Theta Chapter at Montclair State University, was awarded the 2023 Philippi Award at the 2023 NGLA Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Philippi Award recognizes a fraternity/sorority campus professional who has made significant contributions to the fraternity/sorority community within the Northeast region by modeling ethical leadership, encouraging positive change and challenging students to think critically.

“We are very proud to celebrate Amanda’s accomplishments and recognition by NGLA,” said Tess Stovall, Grand Archon of Phi Sigma Sigma. “Amanda’s dedication and commitment to the fraternity/sorority community is vital in ensuring the future perpetuity of our community and preparing the next generation of student leaders. Her recognition is well deserved, and I am proud to call her a sister.”

Amanda has over seven years of experience working in higher education and with the fraternity/sorority community. She currently serves as the Assistant Director for Student Involvement at Ramapo College of New Jersey. She is also an active member of Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA) and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).

NGLA’s annual awards program recognizes fraternity and sorority chapters, councils, communities and individuals for their outstanding accomplishments over the past year. Through innovative initiatives and commitment to the fraternal movement, everyone recognized has helped advance the mission of NGLA.


About Phi Sigma Sigma

Phi Sigma Sigma is an international philanthropic and social organization and the first non-sectarian fraternity for women. Founded in 1913 at Hunter College in New York City, Phi Sigma Sigma has over 70,000+ initiated members from almost one hundred collegiate chapters. Dedicated to the twin ideals of promoting the brotherhood of man and alleviation of the world's pain, Phi Sigma Sigma enhances members' personal development through lifelong learning, leadership and service opportunities. For more information, please visit

About the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA)

NGLA is a volunteer-driven nonprofit organization of dedicated individuals working to develop and educate students and professionals in the Northeast. We provide educational experiences and programming with the goal of helping the fraternal community align actions with values. We strive to promote learning, community building, values-based leadership, and overall well-being of students and professionals. For more information, visit


Michelle Ardern, Executive Director | 410-799-1224


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