President – Cynthia Chan *Tribute
Vice President – Holly Choi *Leone
Secretary – Victoria Thai *ShimmerStar
Treasurer – Meng Cao *Grandeur
Warden – Lin Haldeman *Maretti
Program Advisor Region 1: Upstate/ Northeast – Nina Yang *Paprika
Program Advisor Region 2: Tristate – Shelly Louie *Booyah!
Program Advisor Region 3: Midatlantic/South – DiemTrang Le *Regenesis
Program Advisor Region 4: Midwest – Krizzia Yanga *BAMF
Regional Consultant 1: Upstate/Northeast – Jenieve Guevarra *Joyride
Regional Consultant 2: Tristate – Belinda Chiu *G6
Regional Consultant 3: Midatlantic/South – Kimberly Truong *Passionate
Regional Consultant 4: Midwest – Moral Masuoka *Silvermist
Cultural Chair – Corinne Fukayama *Dulcina
Expansion Chair – Jocelyn Lo *Critical
Historian – Katherine Ng *Rumor
Public Relations Chair – Amy Lu *Rikku
Service Chair – Emily Shan *Riptide
President – Cynthia Chan *Tribute
The newest chapter of Kappa Phi Lambda – Alpha Beta Chapter at George Washington University!
School of the Year – Zeta Chapter at St. John’s University
Chapter of the Year – Delta Chapter at Stony Brook University
Colony of the Year – North Carolina State University Colony
Region 1 – School of the Year – Albany University
Region 2 – School of the Year – St. John’s University
Region 3 – School of the Year – Alpha Alpha Chapter at George Mason University
Region 4 – School of the Year – Omicron Chapter at The Ohio State University
Orchid Cultural Award – Sigma Chapter at the University of Connecticut
Most Philanthropic Award – Delta Chapter at Stony Brook University
Most Community Service Award – Upsilon Chapter at Albany University
Diamond Scholarship Winners:
1st – Joie Ha
2nd – Lena Tran
3rd – Haruka Konishi
Total Philanthropy Raised
Thanks to all the sisters that came!
The Diamond Scholarship is a cash award program sponsored by the National Board of Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. to honor and financially support three Sisters of Kappa Phi Lambda. These Sisters exemplify our three pillars of Sisterhood, Service, and Cultural Diversity while maintaining an excellent academic record. Applicants must be an Active Sister who is not graduating in Fall 2015 or earlier.
Please check your e-mail inboxes for further information on the scholarship requirements & criteria, along with the application form. All application materials are due by July 1, 2014. Winners will be announced at August Conference. Note, applicants are not required to be in attendance at August Conference.
Please email Angela Lei at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Thank you, and good luck!
For the past two years we have sponsored an active member to attend the Southeastern Greek Leadership Summit, this year we are proud to have had Maggie Li from the University of Connecticut as the Kappa Phi Lambda student representative at the summit. We also had one of our very own, Victoria Chan, an alumnae from Syracuse University host a presentation on #RealTalk, social media, and Angela Lei (National Vice President), and alumnae from St. John’s University help on the SEGLS planning committee as the Marketing Coordinator.
This entire weekend has been a great eye opening experience! From the keynote speakers, to the educational workshops, there is so much material I can take back to my chapter and council to become better and more unified.
My favorite workshop was the one held by Joshua Fredenburg, “Is your Greek Organization Built to Continue the Positive Legacy?” Every organization takes pride in their traditions and wishes to continue the legacy and traditions of their organization. However, as our generation is continuously changing, organizations should also be up for change. During this workshop, Josh challenged us to look at our vision, and the vision of our founders, or do we even have a vision or direction. Sometimes we lose ourselves in pride and traditions, that we lose our vision. Vision is needed to reach your fullest potential, to be a great leader. I learned to be a better leader, to make an impact; I need to rethink my goals and create a vision. I found this workshop very moving because we all have little goals that we would like to achieve, however if we don’t have a clear and concise vision of what we want to reach, our goals will never be accomplished.
I am excited to go back to my campus and use all the knowledge I have gained from this conference. It was a great reminder to work hard, and you’ll see your vision become reality, “if your work ethic doesn’t match you dream, then the only times you’ll see your dream is in your sleep”. I can’t wait for next year’s summit!