Annually, Chi Upsilon Sigma holds an anniversary banquet to recognize its members for their continuous hard work and dedication through educating and servicing their communities. This year, an inaugural award entitled the “Heart of the Community” was presented to Senator Menendez of New Jersey, recognizing his efforts to advocate, represent and impact the Latino community.
Among this year’s national awards, our chapter celebrates the accomplishments of Alpha Zeta Chapter. Specifically, we congratulate Alpha Zeta Chapter for earning the Women of Wisdom award, which is presented to the chapter with the highest grade point average at the national level.
Their program, “Divided Nation”, which sought to educate the student body of the differences between the two primary political parties and encouraged attendees to not be afraid to go beyond the traditional party norms, earned them the Political Awareness award.
Even more exciting, Felisha Treviño was awarded the Triad Award (Sister of the Year), which recognizes an undergraduate sister for going above and beyond her call of duty. She is a chapter leader and supporter of others. “Felisha is mature, well spoken, detail oriented and highly motivated. She manages a 21 hour school load, with a nursing major, and as an Army ROTC Cadet, while maintaining a 4.0 semester GPA. She is a member Phi Sigma Iota – Foreign Language Honor Society, and member of Order of Omega,” said Founding Chapter Sister Lisa Cano.
Felisha joins four other sisters in the chapter who hold the title:
♥ 2006 Sister of the Year – Eugenia Redondo
♥ 2007 Sister of the Year – Erica Marez
♥ 2008 Sister of the Year – Narcely Ruiz
♥ 2009 Sister of the Year – Beatriz Gutierrez
Congratulations to Alpha Zeta Chapter and Felisha Treviño!