Phi Iota Alpha Recognized at NALFO's Fall Business Meeting
Tuesday, December 08, 2015
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Phi Iota Alpha Recognized During NALFO's Fall Business Meeting
Forth Worth, Texas - December 5, 2015
Individual members, chapters, alumni association and Phi Iota Alpha were recognized during the Fall business meeting of the National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO).
Bro. Kenneth S. Leon was awarded the Organizational Leadership Award in recognition of established leadership and development who embody the standards of the Latino Greek Community through their professional accomplishments and community involvement. Bro. Leon is currently a PhD student in Justice & Laws Studies at American University.
The Alpha Tau Chapter won Undergraduate Chapter of the Year in recognition of the chapters hard work and community dedication as embodied by the standards of the Latino Greek Community. The Alpha Tau Chapter had also won Undergraduate Chapter of the Year during our Annual National Convention this year in Chicago, Illinois during our awards banquet in July. We commend the Alpha Tau Chapter at the University of California, Santa Barbara for their ongoing leadership efforts.
The Alpha Psi Chapter was awarded the Philanthropic Excellence - Undergraduate Chapter in recognition of an undergraduate chapter who has demonstrated excellence in philanthropic and community service work to the Latino Community. The Alpha Psi Chapter at Rutgers University also won our Philanthropic Excellence Chapter of the Year during our Annual National Convention this year in Chicago, Illinois during our awards banquet in July.
Our Richmond Alumni Association was awarded the Alumni/Graduate Chapter of the Year Award in recognition of their involvement and community work to the Richmond community. The Richmond Alumni Association has demonstrated outstanding leadership and innovation towards the development in what we expect out of an alumni association.
Phi Iota Alpha also received the National Philanthropic Organization of the Year and Organization of the Year Award. Since 2011, Phi Iota Alpha has won the National Philanthropic Organization of the Year and Organization of the Year Award three times.
NALFO award winners are selected by an independent committee of Greek advisors from prestigious universities throughout the country scored organizations on the basis of Academic Achievement, Community Service, Organizational Integrity and Commitment to the Latino Greek Community.
About Phi Iota Alpha
The Phi Iota Alpha Latino Fraternity fosters a life-long commitment to the Latin American culture. With an emphasis on intellectual development, cultural consciousness, personal growth, personal achievement and social awareness, Phi Iota Alpha strives to instill in its members a Global Latino perspective. The fraternity strongly encourages scholarship through the pursuit of undergraduate degrees, advanced degrees, and the attainment of professional credentials that strengthen its individual members.