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Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. denounces hate, intimidation, and oppression


Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. denounces hate, intimidation, and oppression

For Immediate Release August 13, 2017                               
Contact: Alicia Bustillos, Vice President of Public Affairs 
[email protected]
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. sends our thoughts and prayers to those who have been impacted by the tragedy in Charlottesville, Virginia.  We vehemently denounce actions of hate, intimidation, and oppression.  It is in these times of turmoil that we must come together as a sisterhood.  We will continue to lead through our foundational values of unity, honesty, integrity, and leadership across the country as we strive to empower sisters to serve and be agents of change in our communities.
“Love one another warmly as brothers and sisters in Christ, and be eager to show respect for one another.” Romans 12:10

Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. is a Latina founded, 501 c 7, national sorority who aims to achieve professional development, academic excellence, and graduation of all its members; an organization dedicated to community service to their local university communities with an emphasis on the Hispanic/Latino population.

Official statement from Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc. on the recent tragedies

For Immediate Release: July 9, 2016
Official statement from Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc. on the recent tragedies:
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Community and friends:
In our distress at the fatal shootings recently, we must once again ask ourselves, how do we respond? How can we work together for justice and peace when we find ourselves so deeply divided? How do we overcome violence and racism when tragedy upon tragedy reopens our own deepest wounds?
As the leaders of a multicultural family, we offer one word: Solidarity.
Solidarity with our Black sisters
Solidarity with our Afro-Latina sisters
Solidarity with our mixed-raced sisters
Solidarity with our sisters who are police officers and mourn their blue blood families
Solidarity with all of our neighbors and loved ones who are enduring the emotional toil that violence brings
In solidarity, we recognize our shared humanity in all of its joys, hopes and sufferings. In solidarity, we strive to bear each other’s dreams and each other's wounds. Our common humanity, our desire to live in peace, and our basic human needs all bind us together. In solidarity, we walk together on the path of peace.
Let us remember there are no right answers or immediate solutions that our words alone can provide. Let's not forget we are family and we need to respect all of our sisters, backgrounds, beliefs and emotions at this time.
KDChi's National President, Melanie Rodriguez shares the following words as she tries to absorb and respond to the violence that has erupted.
"As I read the news of the horrific events that have plagued our country in the last few days I am deeply saddened. In many ways I feel helpless. However, I also see a shift in the words I read from others. If there is one thing that has resonated with me it’s that social media is an outlet for people to vent and express their feelings about what has happened. But the real work comes offline. Where we as individuals take those emotions and reactions and put them into action. In my mind there is no one answer. There is no one leader of one movement that will change the world. Change begins with each and every one of us. No matter how big or small every action that we take has an impact on someone, somewhere."
We encourage those who need help or who are feeling distressed to seek help using the following resource American Psychological Association or other similar resources in your local community.
Kappa Delta Chi Sorority Inc. stands in solidarity and sends prayers to the family and victims of all of those who've lost their lives or been affected by these tragedies.


For Immediate Release Jan. 11, 2016                               

Contact: Gina Garcia, Vice President of Public Affairs 

[email protected]

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 For Immediate Release Dec 18, 2015                               

Contact: Gina Garcia, Vice President of Public Affairs 


The ladies of Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, INC announce a partnership with Affinity Consultants to protect our national organizations branding assets.

Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has contracted Affinity Consultants for its branding and trademark needs. Licenses can be granted to companies interested and that currently manufacture merchandise bearing the name “Kappa Delta Chi", the Greek letters, the shield, the logo, and other items from time to time including nicknames and symbols.

Kappa Delta Chi is the exclusive owner of its trademarks.  In order to safeguard the appropriate use of our federally registered trademarks and to guarantee quality products, Kappa Delta Chi is one of 103 fraternal organizations that have entered into a trademark licensing agreement with Affinity Consultants. 

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KDChi Natl President Mary Gonzalez

Sisters and friends,

Get to know KDChi's National President, Mary Gonzalez of KDChi's Pi Chapter at The University of Texas at Austin.
Not only is she a TX State Representative, but did you know she knows how to milk a cow, loves to dance bachata and can't live without her big hoop earrings?! Her job as National President is to make sure all VP's have the support they need, she's the go between for the National Officers and the BOD and the Foundation, and she leads all of our national conference calls and assists VP's with all aspects of KDChi!
Not bad for someone who works, teaches and is finishing up her PhD.
Way to go Mary, we love you and are thankful for your dedication to the sisterhood!

Newly Elected KDChi Natl Officers!

Congratulations to the newly elected 2013-2014 Kappa Delta Chi Sorority National Board! Thank you, sisters, for the time and energy you volunteer to sustain and grow our sisterhood nationwide! We appreciate you and all that you do.

National Administrative Council

Mary Gonzalez: National President

Paula Martinez: VP of Standards

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We have a full force cabinet ladies!


This is to update the last post with the additional 4 positions that have been filled...

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KDChi introduces newest National Cabinet members

KDChi introduces newest National Cabinet members

Congratulations to the Newest National Cabinet Officers! They've submitted their applications and were elected  for the 2010 National Cabinet. With more votes than ever before, drum roll please...

Communications Officer—Yvette Garza

Alumnae Communications Officer—Vanessa Ferniza

Leadership Convention Officer—Cristina Colunga

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Board of Directors seeks new members

Kappa Delta Chi's Board of Directors is in search of a few good members.  There are currently two vacant positions, At-Large position 1 and Vice-chair of Finance - both of whose terms would conclude at the 2010 Convention.  We strongly urge all interested members to contact Ruby R. Alvarado Hernandez, Chair at [email protected] with any questions.   Please send all applications to [email protected]  The Board of Directors is responsible for the strategic planning and oversight of Kappa Delta Chi as a whole.  Please see below for a more detailed description of the positions and what application requirements are necessary. All applications are due no later than 11:50 PM PST, November 15, 2008. Download BOD applications requirements.

2007 National Officers Announced

National Officers Announced

Dr. Laura Murillo has been named the President & Chief Executive Officer of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Theta Chapter Honorary Member, Dr. Laura Murillo has been named the President & Chief Executive Officer of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, effective March 1st, 2007. You can view the press release here.