Sisterhood

About Us

Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority, Incorporated, was founded on November 8th, 1998, in Jester Basement of The University of Texas at Austin by 27 visionary women. It became America’s first women’s South Asian Greek-lettered organization. The sorority exemplifies the following eight principles that each member cherishes and lives by: Character, Leadership, Scholarship, Sisterhood, Service, Culture, Womanhood, Self. Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc.'s philanthropy is cancer awareness.

Fire & Ice Rose

Flower

Emerald

Stone

Royal Bengal Tiger

Mascot

Green, White, Black

Colors

Purpose

We, the Sisters of Kappa Phi Gamma Sorority, Inc., shall create a Sisterhood directed towards the advancement of women. Kappa Phi Gamma aims to instill integrity of character and trust as components of personality. The Sorority shall encourage bonding of women in order to strengthen Sisterhood. We shall render service to the community and the university, thus supporting the betterment and unification of society. The Sisterhood shall develop leadership skills and high academic standards that follow into the professional world. Kappa Phi Gamma shall promote pride of culture, womanhood, and self.

Founders

Sarah Nalini Mammen | Aisha Waliany | Mita Haldar | Reema Biswas

Jalpa Sheth | Samina Chowdhury | Sumita Sheth | Anushu Sawhney

Meena Gandhi | Sindhu Mariam Thomas | Bincy Jacob Puthenmadathil

Smitha Dawson | Leena Vasant Chaphekar | Anshu Motwani | Hirva Raj Doshi

Mitzi Chamakala Chollampel | Kaysha (Gopi) Patel | Jamie Anita Sunny

Miloni Shah | Teena Makil | Yogita Mathur | Bella Desai | Rekha Reddy

Jaya George-Abraham | Priscilla James | Roseleen Noorani | Divya Agrawal