OPBSI Awarded in 6 Categories as NALFO Announce Recipients of the 2015 NALFO Awards

Fort Worth, TXDecember 5, 2015

* For Immediate Release *


Francisco Lugo
Commissioner of Member Services, NALFO

During the 2015 National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations Winter Business meeting, 27 individuals and organizations were recognized for outstanding work and dedication.

Omega Phi Beta Sorority and its members were awarded in six (6) Sorority categories:

  • Organizational Leadership: Elizaveta Reyes-Tome, Omega Phi Beta
  • Rising Professional: Joannie Diaz, Omega Phi Beta
  • Professional of the Year: Jessica Saul, Omega Phi Beta
  • Philanthropic Excellence - Alumni/Graduate Chapter: Alpha Iota Chapter, Omega Phi Beta
  • National Philanthropic Organization of the Year: Omega Phi Beta
  • Organization of the Year: Omega Phi Beta

OPBSI is honored by these accolades and would like to thank NALFO and all member organizations for the continuous support. We would also like to congratulate all our fellow award recipients!

National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO) is the coalition of 17 Latina/o based sororities and fraternities in the United States. NALFO exists to unite and empower its Latino organizations and their communities through advocacy, cultural awareness, and organizational development while fostering positive inter fraternal relationships and collaborating on issues of mutual interest.

OPBSI_Crest_Small_Revised-2010-03-15Omega Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated is a Greek-lettered organization committed to spreading the Awareness of Violence Against Women. The mission of OPBSI is to serve and educate people of diverse backgrounds through sisterhood, leadership and guidance. As positive role models, we promote unity of all cultures, focus on the empowerment of our gender and raise the standards of excellence in our academic, social, and personal endeavors. OPBSI envisions a world without oppression, where empowered women celebrate the essence of womanhood and act as resources in the advancement of their communities. For more information visit: www.OmegaPhiBeta.org