Announcing New NAPA Volunteers for 2019

The NAPA Board welcomes four additional volunteers to advance the Association’s priorities for the 2019 calendar year!

Aman Kundlas (ΣΒΡ), Project Manager

“My skills as a project manager in a federal consulting company will provide a lot of structure and needed support to continue the growth of the NAPA organization and help out with ad hoc initiatives. Additionally, after attending the NAPA Annual Meeting, I felt that it is paramount to help serve the umbrella organization and support them in this capacity.”

Kristine Medina (ΔΦΛ), Webinar Manager

“I believe that through forward-thinking initiatives and collaborative efforts, APIDA fraternal members can further strive to connect and represent their communities across colleges and universities not only in the United States but around the world. This work should play an integral role in holding and moving society to a higher standard for all.”

Harini Morisetty (ΔΦΩ), Policy and Procedures Manager

“I believe NAPA can serve as an outlet to educate communities on relevant matters and be a voice for populations that may often be overlooked. My primary goal would be to create an easy to follow organizational method for any and all important NAPA documentation and make the necessary changes to documents specified by the NAPA Board.”

Huma Khursheed (ΔΦΩ), Social Media Manager

“I hope to grow our visibility and people’s awareness of our organizations and the role they play in their respective communities. I hope to highlight the service we do in our communities, and hopefully bring more awareness through the use of media and news outlets.”


About NAPA
NAPA organizations set the gold standard for Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) fraternities and sororities. In addition to meeting the association’s base standards, NAPA member organizations are exposed to resources and expertise to help them continually improve and be the best they can be. Universities, Greek Councils, and students want the best APIDA fraternities and sororities on campus and they can find them in NAPA.

Hannah Seoh, Chair
National APIDA Panhellenic Association

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