8 Principles27 Founders$91,000+16 Chapters & Colonies1 Sisterhood

8 Principles

Character, Leadership, Scholarship, Sisterhood, Service, Culture, Womanhood, Self

27 Founders

From a myriad of South Asian backgrounds

$91,000+

Raised for Cancer awareness during C.A.R.E. Week

16 Chapters & Colonies

From Texas to New York

1 Sisterhood

The Phirst and The Phinest

Scholarship

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Pursuing academic excellence is an integral part…

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Alumnae Spotlight – May 2016
June 1, 2016 | No Comments

Mays Alumnae Spotlight highlights some of the amazing things our soror, Mrinmayee Takle is upto! Read through about her story & advice that she has to…

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Alumnae Spotlight – April 2016
May 3, 2016 | No Comments

Aprils Alumnae Spotlight highlights some of the amazing things our soror, Jotie Dhillon is upto! Read through about her story & advice that she has to…

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Alumnae Spotlight – March 2016
March 30, 2016 | No Comments

Marchs Alumnae Spotlight highlights some of the amazing things our soror, Niti Ajmeri is upto! Read through about her story & advice that she has to…

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Alumnae Spotlight – February 2016
February 29, 2016 | No Comments

Februarys Alumnae Spotlight highlights some of the amazing things our soror, Chandni Mistry is upto! Read through about her story & advice that she…

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Ayesha Kazim, 30, of Orange, who works for the Walt Disney Travel Company, is a cancer survivor who was an early recipient of a wish to visit Walt Disney World 24 years ago from the Make-A-Wish Foundation, when they thought she had only six months to live. Now she is helping others with Make-A-Wish and more. She is pictured in front of Dumbo, the Flying Elephant at Disneyland. It was the ride she wanted to ride the most with her father during their visit to WDW when she was ill. She has vowed not to ride it again until her father visits and ride it with him, just like 24 years ago.


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Facing death, she got her Make-a-Wish from Disney; 23 years later, she’ll help grant other kids’ wishes
February 19, 2016 | No Comments

Her goal in life is to grant wishes like a princess in a fairy tale.

What better way…

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AFLV Central Conference
February 13, 2016 | No Comments

Last weekend, two of our Sorors from Theta Chapter, Kinjal Thakkar and Herleen Mokha, attended the Association of Fraternal Leadership &…

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Alumnae Spotlight! Brown Girl Magazine Feature: 7 Tips for Becoming a Confident, Professional Brown Girl
January 8, 2016 | No Comments

This Alumnae Spotlight is a #flashbackfriday to Brown Girl Magazine‘s article “7 Tips for Becoming a Confident, Professional Brown Girl” featuring tips from two amazing Kappa…

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