Soror Spotlight

Soror Jennifer Porter hails from St. Louis, MO. She crossed into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. in Fall 2017. Soror Porter’s tenacity and innovativeness has landed her the opportunity of being selected as Sigma’s interim Grammateus shortly after crossing the Baby Blue Sands, in May 2018. She has been and will continue to be an asset to her Chapter and Phi Nu Kappa Sorority Inc.

 
 
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Phi Nu Kappa

Sorority, Inc.

Soror’s Spotlight

 

Interviewed by:
Soror Q. Tompkins-Jackson
Supreme Grammateus 2018-2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We, the ladies of this Great Sisterhood take pride in shining the Spotlight on Soror Jennifer Porter , as she truly embodies the “Essence of Feminism” and is a True Kappa woman!!!
We sat down in an interview with Soror J. Porter and found her delightful when asked the following questions:
How did you find out about Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.?
My longtime neighbor and friend, Soror S. Muhammed.
How have you grown within the organization?
I have put to use my organizational skills and became Sigma Chapter’s Interim Grammateus in May 2018. Shortly after, I was given the honor of being elected by my fellow chapter sisters, to continue to serve as the grammateus in November 2018. I have also continued on the Artemis’ Dream committee and joined the History and Traditions committee. Inspired by my chapter sisters, I developed creative ideas for out chapter display table, and provided event games for our annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Which organizational event would you consider most enjoyable?
Sigma Chapter’s Easter Egg Hunt is by far my favorite! This is an annual, free event for the public. Sigma Chapter has put on this event every year, in hopes that the youths of St. Louis area know that we are here to support them and the surrounding community.
What is your favorite Sorority “catch phrase”?
My favorite statement is, “I am my sister’s keeper!” This statement reminds me why I joined this organization. In hopes to continue to become a better person, sister, and friend.
In your own words, encourage a young woman towards interest into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.
This organization will help guide you to become the person you envision yourself being. It will bring you a sense of accomplishment, while also humbling you as an individual to be around great, like-minded women. If you want to give back to the community and surround yourself with positive female role models, Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. is the place for you!

Soror Spotlight

Soror J. Green hails from Oakland, CA.  but lives in Colorado. She crossed into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc. in Fall 2005.  Soror Green brings several assets to the sorority.

 
 
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Phi Nu Kappa

Sorority, Inc.

Soror’s Spotlight

 

Interviewed by:
Soror Q. Tompkins-Jackson
Supreme Grammateus 2018 - 2020

 
 
 
 

We, the ladies of this Great Sisterhood take pride in shining the Spotlight on Soror J. Green, 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 first found about Phi Nu Kappa in 2004 from a friend , but life was so busy that I didn't have the time to go through the process. A year later another friend of mine told me about the organization and I just knew it was meant to be.
How have you grown within the organization?
I have grown tremendously. I see growth within myself because of my sisters. They each have something amazing that has helped me throughout my years in this wonderful sisterhood. I have grown into a better person in all aspects of my life because of my sisters. Everytime I think about how much I've changed and grown since I crossed in 2005, I always get teary eyed because I am truly blessed to have such amazing, powerful, loving, intelligent, go getters, bosses, beautiful, business women in my life that I call family. It's an amazing feeling.
Which organizational event would you consider most enjoyable?
I believe conclave is the most enjoyable event for me right now because not only do I get to see my amazing sisters, but I also get to spend time with all of our TKPhi Family and it warms my heart.
What is your favorite Sorority “catch phrase”?
Ply (fly) PhiNu and True Essence of Feminism
In your own words, encourage a young woman towards interest into Phi Nu Kappa Sorority, Inc.
Young lady, if you've ever wanted to be apart of something that would be nourishing to your soul, light in your darkest hour, the start of a better you, a sisterhood that not only loves each other, but loves their community and a family that would love and welcome you with open arms, look no further. You have found your forever family.

Chapter Spotlight

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Phi Nu Kappa

Sorority, Inc.

Chapter Spotlight

 

Interviewed by:
Soror Q. Tompkins-Jackson
Supreme Grammateus 2018 - 2020

We, the ladies of this Great Sisterhood take pride in shining the Spotlight on CHI Colony of Chicago Illinois, as they truly uphold the values of Sisterhood and dedicates themselves tirelessly to our great mission.
We sat down in an interview with Soror T. Jamison, and found her delightful when asked the following questions:
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL Initiatives?
Chi Colony participates in the Greek Unity Community Service Initiative
What community do you serve and how do you serve the community?
Chi Colony serves many communities. The biggest community we serve is the homeless community. How do we serve this community? Well, Chi Colony provides the homeless with basic toiletries and clothing.
What are some of your chapter/colony/MAL activities that promote Sisterhood?
Chi Colony is working on having sister dates.
How does your chapter/colony/MAL contribute to Scholarship?
We have contributed to Phi Nu Kappas National Scholarship fund for high school students
What service to the community would your chapter/colony/MAL state was the most enjoyable?
I would have to say the Greek Unity CS initiative. Uniting with all the lgbtq orgs in the city for community service.
Name one goal your chapter/colony/MAL hopes to accomplish in the upcoming year.
Chi Colony is hoping to start a Kappa Sapphire mentoring program for Chicago.

The Founder of CHI Colony is Soror L. McMillian.

CHI Colony was founded on December 16, 2005

Chapter/Colony/MAL Board and Members        

Soror T. Jamison - Basileus

Soror B. Artist - Anti Basileus

Soror N. Miller