Kappa Psi Epsilon Crest Kappa Psi Epsilon Rush 2013

March 28, 1996
Chapter Establishment
August 11, 2001
Corner Stones
— Academics — Community Action — Culture — Sisterhood — Social Networking
"Find Your Inner Strength."
Burgundy, Gray, and White
Club President/Leadership
Danielle Olazo
Contact Email
Official Website: ΚΨΕ Gamma Chapter
Social Networks: ΚΨΕ Gamma Chapter


Forming a sisterhood that promotes Philippine culture had been a longtime dream for a group of women at the California State University, Long Beach. The dream turned into reality when one woman, Gayle Romasanta, took the initiative to unite these women. On March 28, 1996, Kappa Psi Epsilon was born. Twenty-four women formed the Founding Alpha class with the hopes of success and the desire for unity and friendship. Endless days of planning and organizing led to the beginning of a foundation set so strong that nothing could take their dreams away.

Since then, Kappa Psi Epsilon has expanded. Eleven aspiring women brought the sorority to the University of California, Davis. On August 11, 2001, UC Davis was officially declared the Gamma Chapter of Kappa Psi Epsilon. The Sisters of Kappa Psi Epsilon now long to share their experiences, their successes, as well as their struggles with you, hoping you will find the same treasure that they had found in being a part of herstory.

Mission Statement

Kappa Psi Epsilon was founded on the symbolism of the KA - an alibata symbol of the ancient Pilipino culture standing for resistance to oppression and the struggle for freedom. It is in this belief that Kappa Psi Epsilon is fully dedicated to studying and analyzing the Pilipino and Pilipino-American past, present, and future. In doing so, the Sisters of Kappa Psi Epsilon can learn from history and find their places in present and future struggles for freedom. However, before any type of revolution occurs, there must be revolution of self. Kappa Psi Epsilon cultivates this "revolution" through sisterhood, active listening/learning, and analyzation of individual and organizational successes and failures. Only in finding this revolutionary self can true inner strength emerge - thus a self that supports the meaning of the KA. Kappa Psi Epsilon is a unity of women that supports, as well as understands, the need resist oppression and to always struggle for freedom, be it within or externally.

From the Bay to L.A.!

Winter Conference 2014 hosted at UCLA

Kappa Psi Epsilon currently stands five chapters strong up and down sunny California.

Alpha Chapter — California State University: Long Beach — Est. March 28, 1996

Beta Chapter — San Francisco State University — Est. March 13, 1999

Gamma Chapter — University of California: Davis — Est. August 11, 2001

Delta Chapter — University of California: Los Angeles — Est. April 22, 2005

Epsilon Chapter — California State University: Sacramento — Est. May 11, 2011

Kappa Day of Service

Kappa Day of Service 2014""Raising Awareness on Hodgkin's Lymphoma

ΚΨΕ Active Board 2013-2014

Active Body 2013-2014 // *Missing Angeline Sales-Tabay

  • PRESIDENT: Ana Pascual
  • VICE PRESIDENT: Monica Carranza
  • SECRETARY: Marissa Dela Torre
  • TREASURER: Alyssa Baslisacan
  • SAA: Marissa Dela Torre
  • CO-PLEDGE MOM: Celeste Osife
  • CO-PLEDGE MOM: Monica Carranza
  • ACADEMICS: Minh-Han Nguyen
  • CO-COMMUNITY ACTION: Danielle Olazo
  • CO-COMMUNITY ACTION: Venice Santos
  • CULTURE: Tara Norwood
  • SISTERHOOD: Venice Santos
  • SOCIAL: Mellisa Escote Villacarte
  • ALUMNI: Niki Torneros
  • ASFC REP #1: Marissa Dela Torre
  • ASFC REP #2: Mellisa Estore Villacarte
  • ASFC REP #3: Kimberly Mae Cabahug
  • HERSTORIAN: Monica Rae Cortez
  • CO-FUNDRAISING: Alyssa Balisacan
  • CO-FUNDRAISING: Monica Rae Cortez
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS: Kimberly Mae Cabahug
  • CO-RUSH/FORMAL: Kaila Balancio
  • CO-RUSH/FORMAL: Danielle Olazo
  • ACTIVE: Sally Comande


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2014-02-20 01:03:35   Hi there. A lot of your content comes from http://www.freewebs.com/kpsiealpha/aboutus.html and I am wondering if it is possible to rewrite these paragraphs to be in your own words, rather than copy/pasting. Do you know who created the crest image you have uploaded and do you have their permission to use it? http://daviswiki.org/Copyrights Would you consider removing the 2013 Rush flyer and converting that information to a text "chapter history" section? —JudithTruman