On behalf of Sofrito For Your Soul's readers I would like to congratulate this organization of women on 20 years of commitment to the Latino community. Whether it be social, educational or service oriented, Omega Phi Beta has always raised the bar for what a sorority should be.
They were the first "Unsung Souls" on this site years ago for their extensive work in the war against HIV and AIDS.
I am looking forward to seeing this amazing sisterhood grow in numbers and people they touch.
As I am,
The Urban Jibaro
(and fellow Latino Greek)
Omega Phi Beta was founded on March 15, 1989 as a non-profit organization in the
State of New York. We are a latina-oriented sorority dedicated to serving our
community and providing a rich sisterhood. Our membership comprises of women
from various ancestries throughout the world including: Latin America and the
Caribbean, as well as parts in Africa, Europe and Asia. Our diversity is not
only limited to our ethnicity but also to the various characteristics and
talents that we bring as individuals that come together as a unit to make Omega
Phi Beta a successful, prosperous and advancing organization.
The mission of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated is to serve and educate
people of diverse backgrounds through sisterhood, leadership and guidance.
As positive role models, we promote unity of all cultures, focus on the
empowerment of our gender and raise the standards of excellence in our academic,
social, and personal endeavors.
colonies, and alumnae that span across the United States of America. Our central
governing body is the National Board of Directors, which also works cohesively
with our Alumni Association. As we continue to grow in the new millennium, our
loyalty and dedication lies within our motto, "Serving and Educating Through our