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About Us

We are the sisters of Kappa Phi Lambda at St. John's University 

Kappa Phi Lambda is one of the fastest growing Asian-interest sorority across

the nation, with over 4,000 sisters. We thrive under the pillars of sisterhood,

service, and cultural diversity. 


Seven extraordinary women came together to establish
Kappa Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. at Binghamton University on March 9, 1995. These seven founders: Elizabeth Choi, Karen Eng, Rei Hirasawa, Hee Cho Moon, Chae Yoo Park, Samantha Somchanhmavong, and Connie Yang united 
with a single vision of providing women with the chance to use their pride in their heritage to become leaders of society. Kappa Phi Lambda is a cultural and service-based Asian American
but not Asian exclusive interest sorority in the United States within 29 colleges in the Northeast, Midwest, Midatlantic and South. Kappa Phi Lambda is one of the fastest expanding Asian American interest
sororities in the United States.

Zeta Chapter

Kappa Phi Lambda's Zeta Chapter was founded
on January 10th, 1998 at St. John's University
by TWO amazing women: Kimberly Ng and Lisa Ho.
Now, ONE HUNDRED and NINETY sisters strong, it continues to flourish as the LARGEST
Asian-interest sorority on campus.


We, the sisters of Kappa Phi Lambda
Sorority, Incorporated, strive to strengthen
Sisterhood amongst women by
providing service and promoting cultural
diversity to our members and our community,
thus securing the bond of kinship for posterity.
Kappa Phi Lambda exists to further educate
individuals about Pan-Asian culture,
while keeping our own identities.
We aim for academic excellence, keeping in
mind the importance of education
and learning as the key to strength,
awareness, and fulfillment. 

General Information

Creed:  Sisterhood, Service, Cultural Diversity.
Colors: Red, White, Heather Grey 
Mascot: Phoenix
Flower: Orchid
Gem: Diamond
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