Women of Color

From Teenage Troublemaker to Fulbright Scholar

From Teenage Troublemaker to Fulbright Scholar

From Teenage Troublemaker to Fulbright Scholar Former National Officer and BOT Trustee, Dr. Cassandra St Vil featured in Buffalo State's newsletter talking about her professional achievements: Click Here As a teenager, Cassandra St. Vil, ’05 (pictured at left), was a troublemaker who ran away from home. She graduated from...

Featured as a Tech professional

Featured as a Tech professional

Featured as a Tech Professional Jessica Matos, who was initiated in Spring 14 at Xi Chapter, was featured in JopWell.  The article titled Day In The Life: Meet AdRoll Operations Specialist Jessica Matos, goes in detail of what a normal day for Jessica would be like. 9:00am: I arrive...

Blog by women of color

Blog by women of color

Rita Phetmixay: Not So Ivory Tower Blog Rita Phetmixay, one of the founding sister of the Beta Lambda Chapter at UNC Chapel Hill, has been featured in a blog focused on women of color. Rita is an outspoken advocate for the advancement of the Lao American community. Her work focuses...

Meet Our ROHW 2016 Beneficiary: Meet AF3IRM

Meet Our ROHW 2016 Beneficiary: Meet AF3IRM

Power in Sisterhood - AF3IRM and the Ray of Hope Walk! What does the phrase “a woman’s place is at the head of the struggle” mean? Check out this must-see interview with Ivy Quicho, National Organizing Director for the Ray of Hope Walk's Beneficiary: AF3IRM. Our 2016 Ray...

Soror featured in BuzzFeed’s Body Positivity Week

Soror featured in BuzzFeed’s Body Positivity Week

:: Our Sister Discusses Living with Disease in BuzzFeed's Body Positivity Week Feature :: We couldn't be prouder of our sorority sister, Jenice Diaz, who talked to BuzzFeed this week about what it's like to live with Crohn's disease as part of their Body Positivity series. Although her...