Soror Spotlight

Soror A. Davis hails from Saint Louis Missouri. She crossed into    Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. in Spring 17. Soror Davis brings several assets to the sorority in the form of sisterhood and service.

 
 
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Phi Nu Kappa

Sorority, Inc.

Soror’s Spotlight

 

Interviewed by:
Soror Q. Tompkins-Jackson
Supreme Grammateus 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We, the ladies of this Great Sisterhood take pride in shining the Spotlight on Soror Anita Davis , as she truly embodies the “Essence of Feminism” and is a True Kappa woman!!!
We sat down in an interview with Soror A. Davis and found her delightful when asked the following questions:
How did you find out about Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.?
I found out about Phi Nu Kappa Sorority after being invited to a Probate show in 2015 in Saint Louis Missouri. After attending I knew I wanted to be apart of Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. I saw the dedication and true sisterhood I wanted to be apart of it.
How have you grown within the organization?
I’ve grown within the organization by being active in my local chapter. I’ve been granted the honor of being Sigma Chapter’s Chaplain. A role for which fits very well because it’s my hearts desire to inspire and help others.
Which organizational event would you consider most enjoyable?
Any event where I can be with my sisters and help others is the most enjoyable.
What is your favorite Sorority “catch phrase”?
My favorite Sorority catch phrase would be "Did you die though?"
In your own words, encourage a young woman towards interest into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.
To those who would like to become a part of Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. I would advise that if it’s their hearts desire to embody the true essence of sisterhood and service Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc could be the place for them. But they have to really want it so much they would work for it. Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc is about working toward being the best you can be. It’s a true sisterhood.

Soror Spotlight

Soror Felicia "KoPIsetiK" McKinzy hails from Birmingham, AL.      She crossed into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. in Summer 2013.    Soror McKinzy brings several assets to the sorority in the form of Ministry, Leadership, Inspiration and All Inclusive Love.

 
 
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Phi Nu Kappa

Sorority, Inc.

Soror’s Spotlight

 

Interviewed by:
Soror Q. Tompkins-Jackson
Supreme Grammateus 2017

 
 
 
 

We, the ladies of this Great Sisterhood take pride in shining the Spotlight on Soror Felicia McKinzy, as she truly embodies the “Essence of Feminism” and is a True Kappa woman!!!
How did you find out about Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.?
I was actually searching for a Non Profit or Greek Organization to Join. I had always contemplated joining a D9 Organization while in college but joined the Military instead. I’ve always wanted to be a part of an organization that was doing something for the people and the community to help better it. I knew that I could make a small impact by myself but if I joined with an organization that had the same purpose then I would be able to be more impactful than ever. It was also important to be connected to an organization that I felt comfortable with and accepted. After much contemplation and consideration, Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. was my first choice.
How have you grown within the organization?
I have made so many strides within the organization since I crossed. It has truly been a transformation process for me. I have grown socially by being challenged to come out of my shell. I am extremely introverted but coming into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc has given me an opportunity to spread my wings and really grown in my purpose. I have been able to be vocal in my Ministry. I have been able to exercise my leadership skills as well as fine tune them. I have been honored with the opportunity to hold several positions including Elite Chaplain of Tau Kappa Phi, Inc and Supreme Chaplain of Phi Nu Kappa, Inc. I currently serve as Basileus of PI Chapter in Birmingham, AL and Grand Basileus of The South Atlantic Region -Region 1 of Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.
Which organizational event would you consider most enjoyable?
All of the Events where I get to interact with Sorors that I don’t see on a regular basis. The most enjoyable by far is the National Convention. I get to interact with the entire organization. It is a time when everyone can showcase their talents and we can get together to focus on our purpose as an organization. The interaction is so unbelievable. I am always in awe of different demographics that our organization encompasses.
What is your favorite Sorority “catch phrase”?
“Together with Pride in One Sisterhood” would be my favorite catch phrase, simply because it embodies the very essence of who we are, what we do and how we do it!
In your own words, encourage a young woman towards interest into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.
I would encourage young women by letting them know, if they are looking for a place to be grow internally, strengthen their talents, enhance their purpose and sharpen their vision then Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc would be the organization for them. Within the organization I have found a family that allows me to be the person I was born to be. A place to call home and a foundation and platform to live and breathe my purpose.

Chapter Spotlight

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Phi Nu Kappa

Sorority, Inc.

Chapter Spotlight

 

Interviewed by:
Soror Q. Tompkins-Jackson
Supreme Grammateus 2017

We, the ladies of this Great Sisterhood take pride in shining the Spotlight on Psi Colony, as they truly uphold the values of Sisterhood and dedicates themselves tirelessly to our great mission.
We sat down in an interview with Soror C. Moore, and found her delightful when asked the following questions:
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL Initiatives?
Some of our initiatives are HerStory/Vagina Monlogues, National MS Society MidAmerica, Boy’ Hope Girls, Hope We Believe in You (principle contributors), Pretty Camp Mentoring Program, as well as We the People
What community do you serve and how do you serve the community?
Our focus is communities of women and families. We serve women and families by providing opportunities of fellowship and filling gaps of necessities.
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL activities that promote Sisterhood?
Within the colony, we have regular “Wine & Wings” night, we video chat weekly and we talk daily. For sisterhood with the public, we have hosted HerStory/Vagina Monologues for 5 years. Also, we have hosted Sip and Paint (we are preparing for our next one right now) and Girls’ Night In: Game Night edition.
How does your chapter/colony/MAL contribute to Scholarship?
Annually, we adopt a family and a classroom to give school supplies.
What service to the community would your chapter/colony/MAL state was the most enjoyable?
We always enjoy completing service projects we have organized. It’s a beautiful sense of accomplishment to see ideas and visions manifest into tangible experiences.
Name one goal your chapter/colony/MAL hopes to accomplish in the upcoming year.
One of our major goals is to develop our neophytes to become effective and proficient leaders within the organization and beyond.

The Founder of Psi Colony is Soror Shatoya Bland.

Psi Colony was founded on December 16, 2005

Chapter/Colony/MAL Board and Members        

Shatoya Bland

Crystal Moore

Amanda Walker

ShaMicka Dawkins