Lambda Hill Day Pilot Participants

The Political Education Initiative (PEI) is actively organizing a pilot program for Lambda Hill Day in partnership with Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity, Inc. The two-day advocacy program will take place April 27-28, 2017 in Washington D.C. and serves as a direct opportunity for our members to meet with elected officials and advocate for our communities. Earlier this year, chapters were provided an opportunity to select the priority issue that will form the core of our meetings on Capitol Hill. Of the chapters that participated in the poll, 58% selected immigration as the top issue.

We are extremely proud to share that the committee received 34 applications from sisters interested in participating in the pilot program. Due to space limitations, only nine applicants were selected to join the six-member planning committee. The following sisters will attend meetings with members of Congress to share their personal stories concerning immigration.


Rosy Arroyo (PEI)
Rho Chapter Alumna
Spring 2005
Cherry Hill, NJ

Jessica Colotl
Epsilon Alpha Chapter Alumna
Spring 2009
Norcross, GA

Monica Gibbs (PEI Chair)
Upsilon Chapter Alumna
Spring 2003
Los Angeles,CA

Rubi Jaimes
Epsilon Phi Chapter Undergraduate
Spring 2016
Charlotte, NC

Liz Lizama (BOD)
Upsilon Chapter Alumna
Spring 2004
Bethesda, MD

Alejandra Martinez (PEI)
Delta Epsilon Alumna
Fall 2014
Chantilly, VA

Carmen Morales
Nu Chapter Alumna
Lifetime Member
Fall 1997
Newark, NJ

Yahaira (Pamela) Morales Castro
Gamma Chi Chapter Undergraduate
Fall 2015
Austin, TX

Leydi Restrepo
Alpha Upsilon Alumnae Chapter
Spring 2015
Orlando, FL

Faline Rojas (PEI)
Upsilon Chapter Undergraduate
Spring 2016
Hyattsville, MD

Luisa Ruiz
Alpha Epsilon Alumnae Chapter
Spring 2015
Middle Village, NY

Dulce Segura
Gamma Rho Chapter Alumna
Spring 2014
Carrollton, TX

Ashley Sharp (PEI)
Upsilon Chapter Alumna
Spring 2012
Bowie, MD

Stephanie Terezon
Alpha Xi Alumnae Chapter
Spring 2016
Woodbridge, VA

Tania Valencia
Zeta Alpha Chapter Alumna
Spring 2013
Clinton, MD

Earlier this month, participating sisters joined members of Lambda Theta Phi for a virtual briefing and were tasked with calling their elected officials to schedule meetings on the Hill. A more in-depth training will be held next week in preparation for the event. With this partnership, we hope to serve as a voice for the Latino community and demonstrate the immense power that lies within our organizations. For more information on Lambda Hill Day, please contact