Addition of Delta Phi Omega Reinforces NAPA’s Commitment to South Asian Greek Community
APRIL 22, 2016 — The National APIA Panhellenic Association (NAPA) is proud to welcome its newest member, Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. With over 46 chapters and colonies nationwide, Delta Phi Omega joins NAPA as the Association’s 18th member organization.
“NAPA is excited to welcome Delta Phi Omega and the value they will bring to the organization. With the addition of DPO, this year has been an unprecedented year of growth for NAPA and reinforces our commitment to the South Asian Greek community,” said Hannah Seoh, Chair of NAPA. “We look forward to the collaborations to come.”
“Delta Phi Omega Sorority, Inc. is elated to be recognized by NAPA. This has been a long-term goal for us as we truly value the contribution and commitment NAPA has made to multicultural and Asian-Interest sororities and fraternities,” said Harini Morisetty, National President of Delta Phi Omega. “We look forward to new partnerships, networks, and opportunities as a member organization!”
Delta Phi Omega, founded at the University of Houston in 1998, is the nation’s largest South Asian-interest sorority. With over 2,000 sisters nationwide, Delta Phi Omega has committed to advancing children’s education and literacy as its national philanthropy. Its annual Literacy Through Unity Week has raised over $75,000 for philanthropies dedicated to addressing illiteracy, including CARE India and Pratham’s Second Chance Program.
Delta Phi Omega will be formally seated in NAPA on April 25th, 2016.
Founded in 2005, NAPA serves to advocate for the needs of its member organizations and provide a forum to share ideas and resources. NAPA supports the development of positive relations through open communication with interfraternal partners to enrich the fraternal experience.