Evelyn served as Kappa's fourth Grand President from 1890-1892. She represented her chapter at the 1890 Convention, winning over Kappa sisters with her award-worthy orating ability. The following year, she represented Kappa at the first Panhellenic Convention in Boston, and was elected Panhellenic president soon after. She was the very first Dean of Women in the country and Stanford University, where she earned a B.A. In 1946, she was elected Grand President and Fraternity Ritualist.