Soror Spotlight

Soror PrimA Best hails from Washington DC and is a member of XquiSiTe Xi Colony. She crossed into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. in Fall 2016. Soror PrimA Best brings several assets to the sorority in the form Service, Education, Leadership and Sisterhood.

 
 
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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 PrimA Best , as she truly embodies the “Essence of Feminism” and is a True Kappa woman!!!
We sat down in an interview with Soror PrimA Best and found her delightful when asked the following questions:
How did you find out about Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.?
I found out about. Pnk with a friend that was joining at the time I did my own research and this is what I wanted to be part of something bigger than just me
How have you grown within the organization?
I grown a lot since I crossed this process made me a better women a better sister and friend I am so much more humble .
Which organizational event would you consider most enjoyable?
Winter ball because I met so many different people that I never met before and I really felt the love from everyone
What is your favorite Sorority “catch phrase”?
Our call lol Phiiiiiii Nu!!
In your own words, encourage a young woman towards interest into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.
I will tell her that joining pnk is just not about having fun and meeting new people but if you want a family that except you for you and will always love you , and if you enjoy giving back to your amazing community then this is for YOU!

Soror Spotlight

Soror Tamika Truitt hails from St. louis, MO. She crossed into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. in Summer 2005. Soror Truitt brings several assets to the sorority in the form of service, education, leadership, and sisterhood.

 
 
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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 Tamika Truitt, 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.?
Actually a friend told me about lgbt orgs. I researched a lot of orgs that were around at the time. Ultimately I felt PNK is where I belonged
How have you grown within the organization?
Well being in Phi Nu Kappa has taught me a lot about leadership. I was once afraid to talk to large crowds but after being in this org for 12 years I am more comfortable being around group groups and taking charge.
Which organizational event would you consider most enjoyable?
I absolutely love cabins.
What is your favorite Sorority “catch phrase”?
Business is never personal.
In your own words, encourage a young woman towards interest into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.
If you would like to do positive things in your community Phi Nu Kappa is where it all begins. I joined Phi Nu Kappa at 19 years old and I would say it's one of the best decisions I ever made in my life. To have sisters that became lifelong friends and that are always there no matter what means the world to me. The bonds you make will last forever. Just be ready to work on a better you and change the world one baby blue and lavender foot print at a time.

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 Lambda 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 Natt, and found her delightful when asked the following questions:
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL Initiatives?
Lambda has some great initiatives for this upcoming year. One of them is our prom makeover. We will be choosing four local schools here in Houston, Texas; this initiative is to make dreams come true for some young ladies whose parents may not be able to afford sending these amazing young ladies to the prom. The way the young ladies will be chosen is through the guidance counselor. The young ladies will be able to rent their prom look from our lovely donated prom dresses we have been collecting with their report.  We will make them up from head to toe for their exciting once in a lifetime experience. 
What community do you serve and how do you serve the community?
Harris County is our community but we not only service Harris county we give our helping hand to all counties here in Houston such as Fort Bend, Chambers and we have went as far as Rockport.  Our service includes feeding the community with hot meals, lunch sacks, personal hygiene items, clothes drives, adopt a grandparent,  rebuilding homes just to name a few. 
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL activities that promote Sisterhood?
Lambda promotes Sisterhood with our Lambda sleepovers, or just because paraphernalia making gifts night with sisters; also Lambda’s upcoming Sisterhood activity will be a skate night. This is just a few examples of how we promote Sisterhood.
How does your chapter/colony/MAL contribute to Scholarship?
Lambda Colony is working on a charitable baseball event that will contribute all proceeds to the scholarship fund. We are going to have this game in the next few months.
What service to the community would your chapter/colony/MAL state was the most enjoyable?
Lambda Colony will say all of our community  services was amazing but if we had to choose two out of the services that was done. Two of them stands out the most. When we started our amazing adopt a grandparent. That brought so many smiling faces on our newly grandparents that never received any visitors in a long time. The second will be when we went to Rockport to help rebuild from Hurricane Harvey. It was such an humbling experience to help families that lost everything except for the clothes on their back. It was heartbreaking but it also gave us the drive to continue giving back to our community.
Name one goal your chapter/colony/MAL hopes to accomplish in the upcoming year.
One of Lambdas goals are to create an initiative for the community that gets not just local Greeks involved but to include Houston as a whole that will bring a positive light not just to Lambda but to Phi Nu Kappa Sorority Incorporated as a whole.

The Founder of Lambda Colony is Soror Curtlynn Christmas. Lambda was founded on March 26, 2005

Basileus: Soror Dana Owens
Anti-Basileus: Soror Kwantessa Chambers
Tamiochus: Soror Charee Monique Baker
Grammateus: Soror Chitarra Natt
Historian: Soror Erica Josey
Guard: Soror Akila Williams

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 Gamma Chapter, as they truly uphold the values of Sisterhood and dedicates themselves tirelessly to our great mission.
We sat down in an interview with Soror A. Sparks, of Gamma Chapter, and found her delightful when asked the following questions:
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL Initiatives?
Gamma has created our own CS initiatives. We currently do Soup Sundays once a month for the homeless in the downtown Columbia area. Our biggest initiative is assisting with the homeless crisis here in the Columbia area. We do our Soup Sunday as well as assist with initiative at the local Shelter, Transitions.   
What community do you serve and how do you serve the community?
We are Gamma Chapter and we represent Columbia South Carolina and surrounding areas
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL activities that promote Sisterhood?
We promote our Sisterhood by enjoying one another doing social events. Our biggest bonding event Karaoke Night and Taco Tuesday. We enjoy fellowshipping with one another and even more spending time with our families.
How does your chapter/colony/MAL contribute to Scholarship?
Gamma Chapter has completed back to school drive on a National level. During that event we sponsored an entire classroom with back to school supplies.
What service to the community would your chapter/colony/MAL state was the most enjoyable?
I think we would all agree our recent Soup Sunday was one of our most enjoyable service projects. We got to fellowship with with our psisters & interests, as well as some of our homeless community. 
Name one goal your chapter/colony/MAL hopes to accomplish in the upcoming year.
To continue recruiting quality women to expand our sisterhood locally.   

Gamma Chapter of Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc is located in Columbia, S. Carolina and was founded on November 07, 2003 by Heartfelt Hail.

The members of Gamma Chapter are:

Chapter President -  Soror Alicia Sparks

Chapter Vice President - Felicia Roberts

Chapter Tamiochous - Kim Hamilton

Chapter Grammateus - Crystal Carter