Sister Spotlight

National Award Winners 2013-2014

Chapter of the Year - Theta Chapter
Colony of the Year - Rutgers Newark Colony
Regional Director of the Year - Patricia Lim-Pardo, Nu Chapter
Alumnae of the Year - Atisha Patel, George Mason University Colony
Revival of Passion - Nina Nguyen, Nu Chapter
Fundraising Award - Nu Chapter
Service Award - Theta Chapter  
Website - Omicron Chapter
National Display - Lambda Chapter 
President of the Year - Rikita Patel, Rho Chapter
Vice President of the Year - Neha Patel, Rho Chapter
Secretary of the Year - Kushboo Patel, Rutgers New Brunswick Colony
Treasurer of the Year - Nikita Kumar, Omicron Chapter 
Sister of the Year - Anjali Patel, UNC Colony
New Member of the Year - Theodora Violet Bekedermo, Theta Chapter 
Historian of the Year - Kusbhu Purohit, Rutgers New Brunswick Colony
Sisterhood of the Year - Shagun Kukreja, Rutgers New Brunswick Colony
Fundraising Chair of the Year - Leanna Abraham, Lambda Chapter
Social Chairs of the Year - Dharmi Shah & Ana Qamaruddin, Rho Chapter
Service Chair of the Year - Priya Patel, Theta Chapter 
Most Talented Sister - Puja Rudra, Lambda Chapter
Highest GPA - Komal Rajani, Tau Chapter 


GSU Sisters Raise $12K+ at Atlanta India Run for Hope

Two Delta Phi Omega sisters from Georgia State University Colony, Krupal Morjaria and Bindi Bhakta, devoted their summers to coordinating the 8th annual Atlanta India Run for Hope. The 5K took place last Saturday September 7th at Georgia Tech and all of the Multicultural Greek organizations at GSU came out to volunteer and support. They raised $12,003, 100% of which will be put towards cervical cancer screenings for women in India. The $12,003 they raised will fund over 50,000 screenings and will help detect cancer and save lives. To learn more about India Run for Hope and how to get involved in your city visit their facebook page here.


National Founding Mother Helps Injured Dog Find Home

An injured yellow lab that wandered into a Houston fire station in August and has now received the medical care she needs, thanks to a caring firefighter and dog-loving community in Houston, including Delta Phi Omega's National Founding Mother Arati Shah.

The lab was discovered by a firefighter with a severely broken leg, several cuts and scratches but no one knew what happened to her. The firefighter took photos of the injured dog and them on social media.

When Shah saw the photo on Facebook she took the lab to the First Colony Veterinary Clinic in Sugar Land, where she underwent surgery on her leg. Shah is a regular Purple Paws Rescue volunteer


"Sincerity of conviction and purity of motive will surely gain the day, and even a small minority, armed with these is surely Destined to Prevail against all Odds." 

-Swami Vivekananda