In honor of Kappa Phi Lambda's 20th Anniversary in 2015, the National Alumnae Board created the inaugural Diamond Circle to highlight and recognize Alumnae Sisters who have been outstanding role models for our organization.
Each year the previous years' Diamond Circle honorees review nominations and induct a select number of deserving Sisters into the Diamond Circle. Diamond Circle sisters have made significant contributions to the sorority as an Alumna, demonstrated the values of our three pillars, Sisterhood, Service, and Cultural Diversity, and exemplifies the characteristics of a model sister.
This year, we inducted 3 Sisters into the 2018 Diamond Circle.
Congratulations to our deserving inductees!
Catherine Angwin aeterna*
Catherine is a dedicated Sister of KPL who crossed at George Washington University in Spring 2011. She has been an indispensable part of National Board for the past few years, and has now been elected to be the upcoming President of National Board. What she loves about KPL is the opportunity to improve herself, her fellow Sisters and future Sisters to become better citizens in their respective communities. She is described by her nominator as "a leader who does not fall under pressure" and who "brings about an inclusive and positive environment".
Sandra Choi *Emma*
Sandra is an experienced Sister who helped establish the Board of Directors (BOD) in its early years. She is a Charter at the University at Buffalo and is described by her nominator as a "truly admirable human being" who "thinks about others' well being whenever she gives advice".
Tina Toijee Fong *Zephyr*
Tina crossed in Winter 2005 at THE Ohio State University and she has been a dedicated Alumna, serving as a Chapter Advisor for six years and as National Historian these past three years. What she loves about Kappa Phi Lambda is bonding with fellow Alumnae over Sisterhood experiences, and sharing stories/ providing guidance to Active Sisters as they carry on the sorority legacy. She is described by her nominator as "an exemplary model of what an involved Alum can look like"
Find out more about the Diamond Circle here!
Know of any deserving Alumna Sisters? Look out for 2019 nominations for next year!