Sigma Phi Omega

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National Board

The Sigma Phi Omega National Board was founded in May 1998 at the Third Annual Convention in San Diego, California.  The National Board was formed to serve as a governing body for all chapters in order to create a foundation that would further our internal strength, create an environment that would nurture leadership through sisterhood, and to lead the sorority into a bright future.

The National Board is comprised of both actives and alumni of Sigma Phi Omega.  Every active chapter is represented in the National Board by a National Ambassador.  The National Ambassador is an active member of the sorority who is chosen to serve as a liaison and representative for her chapter.  The executive cabinet consists of alumni who hold the positions of President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, California Governor, Texas Governor, and Philanthropy Chair.


Brittany Tom Sun - President

Hello there!  I'm currently a business consultant in the insurance industry, and I also coach competitive gymnastics part-time in the South Bay.  Originally from Sacramento, I moved to SoCal in 2011 to attend CSULB.  That same year, I crossed into Sigmas and it was one of the best decisions I've ever made.  In 2015, I graduated with my BA in Fashion Merchandising, and in 2017, I received my MBA from CSUDH.   At the chapter level, I've been President, Vice-President, and Secretary, just to name a few.  From 2015-2017, I was fortunate enough to serve as the National Board CA Governor. I was National Board President from 2017-2018, and I am beyond excited to continue in this role for 2018-2019.  One of the highlights of being part of this organization is seeing the girls' transformations from when they first join, to becoming confident, outgoing women.  Since joining, I've had a really rewarding experience as a Sigma, and I hope that others that join will also have the same positive experience that I did. 


Kimberly Long - Vice President

Hello! I joined Sigmas during the fall of 2014 and it has been an incredibly meaningful adventure that has given me memories and friends that I will cherish forever. I grew up in Los Angeles, California and graduated from the University of Southern California with a B.S. in Business Administration in 2017. I currently work in the in-flight entertainment industry as a metadata coordinator for on-demand media content for airlines. During college, I held positions such as New Member Educator, Service Chair, Sisterhood Chair, and Recruitment Chair for my chapter, as well as being VP of Scholarship on USC Asian Greek Council. Through this sisterhood, I have found a network of supportive, strong women that I am grateful to know I can turn to long after college. Not only did I find home away from home, but Sigmas also gave me incredible role models to look up to and friends that push me to always strive for more. Being a part of Sigmas has helped me find my voice and offered me opportunities to realize my potential as a leader. By serving on National Board, I hope to give back to this sisterhood by being a resource to girls all over the country and helping them grow as leaders and as women.


 Mary Kim - Secretary

Hello! I graduated from The University of Texas at Dallas in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and Systems. My full-time occupation is that I work for Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems as a functional IT Business Partner Lead. I also work part-time as an Advanced Repair Technician at Geek Squad, a subsidiary of Best Buy Co., Inc. During my sophomore year in college, I became one of the thirteen founding members who chartered the expansion of what is now currently the 10th chapter (Kappa) of SPO to UT Dallas - earning my beloved letters in the fall of 2013. Since my crossing, I’ve managed to hold chapter-level executive leadership positions such as President (2013-2014) and New Member Director (2016). I believe to consider myself lucky, as I owe much of my personal and professional successes to this sorority. The relationships I’ve made with the lessons that I’ve learned so far is a gift that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. I’m excited to serve as your new National Board Secretary, as we have many new and exciting future plans to come. Cheers!

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Emily Nguyen - Treasurer

ello! My name is Emily Nguyen and I crossed at the University of Houston, Fall 2012. I was a sophomore when I crossed and I couldn't have asked for a better time to join sigmas. I was active every year during my college career since joining; some positions that I've held include President ('15-16), Treasurer (Spring 15), and New Member Director (Spring 17). I was also President (Spring 15) of the governing council - Multicultural Greek Council. I graduated Spring 2017 with a Bachelor's in English. I owe it to Sigmas for helping me grow into the woman I am today. This is my first year on National Board and I'm super excited to be here. I know as a National Board executive I'll be able to continue learning and helping sisters grow into strong, confident women before me. 


 Dora Dianna Cuiriz - Philanthropy Chair

I graduated from San Diego State University with a B.A. in Psychology and received my Masters in CFT this past spring. I am also completing my hours for licensure as an MFT Trainee at a behavioral inpatient facility in San Diego.  I was active all four years of undergrad and have held a national board position in the past. I truly believe I wouldn't be where I am if it was not for the constant love, support, and motivation to thrive in my career and personal life that Sigmas has given me. I hope the girls and generations to come gain as much from this amazing sorority that I have as well.


 Sara Chen - California Governor

Hello, I'm Sara. I crossed Fall 2014, Beta Tau class. I am a recent graduate from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and an emphasis in Cinematic Arts. I was born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, so it comes as no surprise that I speak English with a Taiwanese accent. It was Sigmas that challenged me go beyond my limitations despite my background. Being a Sigma has helped me acknowledge my potential as a leader and as a person. I served as President, New Member Director, Academic Chair, Fundraising Chair, Historian, and Pin Captain during my four years in college. I am extremely honored to serve as the California Governor this upcoming year and privileged to work closely with each executive board member to further the goals of our sorority, all while upholding the values of Sigmas. It feels just like yesterday I was making the most meaningful decision during my time at USC when I chose to become a part of Sigmas. I had no idea that being part of Sigmas would provide me with boundless opportunities, unforgettable memories, and the truest of friendships, but now I couldn't imagine college or my life without it! I am forever grateful to be part of such a beautiful sorority, and I seize any opportunity for me to give back to Sigmas. I look forward to this upcoming year and to see Sigmas continue to build a stronger sisterhood.



 Victoria Nguyen - Texas Governor

I crossed Fall 2014, Alpha Class, at the University of Texas at Dallas, Kappa Chapter. I am from Wylie, TX and I graduated in May 2017 with a B.S. in Biochemistry. Then, I received my M.S. in Medical Sciences from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in May 2018. During my undergrad, I had the opportunities of serving as Philanthropy Chair, Graphics Chair, Recruitment Chair, and President.  This amazing sisterhood has become such an integral part of my life that not only helped me grow as a woman, but also gave me the greatest support system and relationships that continue to enrich my life. I love watching my sisters experience all the amazing things this strong and empowering sisterhood has to offer. I am indebted to the invaluable opportunities and experiences Sigma Phi Omega has provided me, which inspires me to continue giving back to this sorority in every way I can. I am excited to serve on National Board to help build a stronger community for my current and future sisters!


 Teresa Solano - Alumni Chair

Hi everyone, my name is Teresa Solano. I crossed SP 14 at Southern Methodist University. I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Applied Physiology and Sports Management. I currently work at Viverae a Wellness company located in the heart of Texas. I joined my junior year second semester, and even though I was super late in the game I am still very passionate about being a Sigma. You can see me going to local sister chapter and supporting their events. I even fly out to California to visit some of the chapters as well. I love Sigma Phi Omega and what it stands for and I want future generations to experience the wonderful adventures that come with being a Sigma. During my undergrad career as a Sigma, I held the positions of National Ambassador, New Member Director and President as well as being a delegate for the Multicultural Greek Council. Apart from Sigmas I was also involve with the Korean Student Association and the College Hispanic American Students. During my free time I love spending time with my cute, adorable super needy Border Collie named Princess Mimi.

Previous Executive Boards

2017 - 2018
President - Brittany Tom Sun
Vice President - Dora Dianna Cuiriz
Secretary - Mary Kim
Treasurer - Angie Zhou / Emily Nguyen
Philanthropy Chair - Teresa Solano
CA Governor - Kimberly Long
TX Governor - Victoria Nguyen
Alumnae Chair - Sonia Kwak / Shell Kaneshiro

2016 - 2017
President - Krissy Purdy
Vice President - Odette Tan
Secretary - May Nguyen
Treasurer - Ange Liu / Dora Dianna Cuiriz
Philanthropy Chair - Angie Zhou
CA Governor - Brittany Tom Sun
TX Governor -  Cynthia Nguyen
Alumnae Chair - Patricia Delgado Garcia

2015 - 2016
President - Krissy Purdy
Vice President - Odette Tan
Secretary - Jackie Liu
Treasurer - Tanzila Khorshed ('15)
Philanthropy Chair - Angie Zhou
CA Governor - Brittany Tom Sun
TX Governor - May Nguyen
Alumnae Chair - Yekki Song

2014 - 2015
President - Kimberly Holiday-Coleman
Vice President - Angela Lopez
Secretary - Evie Perez
Treasurer - Tanzila Khorshed
Philanthropy Chair - Hoyi Chan
CA Governor - Ann Luong
TX Governor - Angie Zhou
Alumnae Chair - Florianne Lew

2013 - 2014
President - Amy Lee Yoon
Vice President - Kimberly Holiday-Coleman
Secretary - Tiffany Hua
Treasurer - Angela Lopez
Philanthropy Chair - Tracy Luu
CA Governor - Jill McArthur
TX Governor - Hoyi Chan

2012 - 2013
President - Krissy Purdy
Vice President - Thao Nguyen ('12) & Amy Lee Yoon ('13)
Secretary - May Nguyen
Treasurer - Maylee Chang
Philanthropy Chair - Kristy Chan
CA Governor - Kristy Chan
TX Governor - Hoa Dieu

2011 - 2012
President - Krissy Purdy
Vice President - Andrea Mai-Tran
Secretary - May Nguyen
Treasurer - Connie Wong
Philanthropy Chair - Mellissa Sanchez
CA Governor - Cynthia Kadowaki
TX Governor - Judy Ngo

2010 - 2011
President - Krissy Purdy
Vice President - Liza Lhospital
Secretary - Tammy Tran
Treasurer - Francis Nguyen
Philanthropy Chair - Teri Pon Futaba
CA Governor - Phylicia Ruiz
TX Governor - Judy Ngo

2009 - 2010
President - Krissy Purdy
Vice President - Liza Lhospital
Secretary - Thao Nguyen
Treasurer - Teri Pon Futaba
Philanthropy Chair - Kristy Chan
CA Governor - Tiffany Hermawan
TX Governor - Rosa Nam

2008 - 2009
President - Amy Chen
Vice President - Teri Pon Futaba
Secretary - Esther Wong
Treasurer - Kim Le
Philanthropy Chair - Celia Tse
CA Governor - Krissy Pimanmas Purdy
TX Governor - Liza Agustin Lhospital

2007 - 2008
President - Odette Tan
Vice President - Teri Pon Futaba
Secretary - Jessica Chang
Treasurer - Liza Agustin
Philanthropy Chair - Amy Yoon
CA Governor - Krissy Pimanmas Purdy
TX Governor - Amy Chen 

2006 - 2007
President - Odette Tan
Vice President - Teri Pon Futaba
Secretary - Jessica Chang
Treasurer - Liza Agustin
Philanthropy Chair - Calista Wu
CA Governor - Teri Pon Futaba ('06) & Krissy Pimanmas Purdy ('07)
TX Governor - Hanny Pei ('06) & Amy Chen ('07)

2005 - 2006
President - Odette Tan
Vice President - Debbie Wang
Secretary - Linda Thai
Treasurer - Thu Phan
Philanthropy Chair - Susan Chung
CA Governor - Teri Pon Futaba
TX Governor - Hanny Pei

2004 - 2005
President - Eunhi Kim
Vice President - Debbie Wang
Secretary - Melissa Sanchez
Treasurer - Odette Tan
Philanthropy Chair - Susan Chung
CA Governor - Teri Pon Futaba
TX Governor - Hanny Pei

2002 - 2004
President - Cheryl Wong
Vice President - Emilie Tan
Secretary - Kathy Lee
Treasurer - Liz Supavong
Philanthropy Chair - Eunhi Kim
CA Governor - Joanne Rullan
TX Governor - Debbie Wang

2001 - 2002
President - Uyen Pham
Secretary - Kathy Lee

2000 - 2001
President - Uyen Pham
Secretary - Cheryl Wong
Treasurer - Kathy Lee

1999 - 2000
President - Uyen Pham
Secretary - Cheryl Wong
Treasurer - Kathy Lee

1998 - 1999
President - Uyen Pham
Secretary - Tammy Le
Treasurer - Kathy Lee