National Board of Directors

Irma Amparo “xibal” Ortiz
National President
Beta Chapter Alumna -

After 16 years in Gamma Phi Omega, I continue to be inspired by members within the organization; women who are establishing themselves as professionals and making a difference in our communities through service and mentorship. This makes me proud to be representing the sorority and serving in the role of National President.

Aleida “Bromista” Gonzalez
Vice President of Standards & Compliance
Epsilon Chapter Alumna -

Tiana “Sephora” Lugo
Vice President of Finance
Delta Chapter Alumna -

Luisa “XiDO” Sosa
Vice President of Community Engagement
Beta Chapter Alumna -

Gamma Phi Omega has played an important role in my educational, professional and personal development. It has allowed me to find a community of strong and motivated individuals to belong to and given me numerous professional development opportunities. I am inspired by many members within the organization. As VP of Community Engagement I hope to serve as a resource to elevate our sense of unity and engagement within our communities.

Nancy “Kitek” Salvador
Vice President of Membership Services
Theta Chapter Alumna -

Melina “JiiNX” Angeles
Director of Member Operations
Zeta Chapter Alumna -

Carolina “RoZinA” Gutierrez
Director of Intake
Eta Chapter Alumna -

Since becoming a sister in 2011, Gamma Phi Omega continues to be a very important part of my life, both personally and professionally. Seeing not only myself, but other sisters from undergrad to alumni, grow professionally keeps me motivated in wanting to see our sisterhood continue to grow. As Director of Intake, I look forward to supporting the growth of membership at our undergraduate, prospective, and alumnae entities.

Alexandra “Sabiduría” Maciel
Director of Expansion
Delta Chapter Alumna -

Cristina “Chaloris” Rodriguez
Director of Marketing
Epsilon Chapter Alumna -

Gamma Phi Omega has been, and continues to be, instrumental in my development as a person, as a professional, and as an engaged member of my community. The opportunities to grow and learn alongside fellow members were fundamental in shaping and enriching my college experience as a first generation, Latina student. Today, I am committed to ensuring that the Gamma Phi Omega experience continues to be an option for the next generation of women.