In the Fall of 1999, thirteen admirable women at Rutgers University embarked upon a challenging yet rewarding journey towards sisterhood. These 13 strong, ambitious, and hardworking pioneers, Irene Chan. Sophia Chan. Gina Coquia, Ruth Ding, Jennifer Jose, Denise Lai. Debra Louie. Michelle Quon, Yen Quan. Jaymee Racho, Valerie Seto. Patty Tsai, and Amy Wong, worked to bring a unique and diverse organization to Rutgers University. Throughout their arduous journey, the charters experienced many trials and hardships, yet they remained adamant on conquering their goal. Through the process. they developed strong, irreplaceable sisterly bonds and still remain close today… and on November 7, 1999, Kappa Phi Lambda became the first Asian Interest Sorority in New Jersey. Hand in hand, Kappa Phi Lambda as a sisterhood. strive for community involvement and philanthropy. Each year our sisterhood flourishes and prospers. Each year we work to ensure our community grows along with us, never leaving it behind. We lend our hands to help others as much as we n. We manage our time to volunteer at different organizations, and we open our hearts to provide hope. understanding, and strength to our community.