National History 

On December 10, 1998, at St. Johns University in New York, ten astounding women came together to form Sigma Sigma Rho, making it the first South Asian Interest Sorority on the East Coast.

On this date, our founding mothers established the humble beginnings of an organization that many sisters have since come to embrace and love. These women instilled the organization a sense of strength and purity.

They are the voice with a successful entrepreneurial endeavor that sisters will never cease to hear. They echo in Sigma Sigma Rho’s past and help to shape the organization’s future.

The vision of the founders remains in effect, as sisters build on their dreams and principles to create everlasting sisterhood and perpetual organization that is strong enough to test time.

 

The 10 Distinguished women that paved the way for all of our Sisters:

  • Tejal Kundaiker

  • Payal (Suchdev) Walsh

  • Rinku (Sachdeva) Thomas

  • Priya Sahani Sood

  • Vandana Kakwani-Pathak

  • Sonia (Sharma) Wadhwa

  • Nisha (Rana) Diler

  • Minna (John) Lam

  • Lovleen (Kandhari) Sharma

  • Eshna (Firoz) Kalam

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Philanthropy

Flower

Symbols & Tradition

Principles

Crest

Colors

Motto

Mann, Atman, Dharam. Together they are one. We will not fall. Forever we are one….Qayamat Tak.”

Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention

Sisterhood, Society, Remembrance

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Epsilon Chapter History

‚ÄčOn January 27, 2007, FIVE women came together to establish Sigma Sigma Rho at the University of Georgia.

  • Mrs. Melissa Patel

  • Mrs. Pallak Manocha

  • Ms. Felicia Boodram

  • Ms. Nirali Naik

  • Mrs. Bina Duggal

On June 15, 2010, the University of Georgia Colony officially recognized as the Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc.

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