New York, NY – It is with great excitement that the National Leadership Team of Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc announces Bridgewaters as the host of our 25th Annual Founders' Day Celebration: El Poder de las Señoritas: Ahora y Siempre (The Power of Women: Now and Always) on Saturday December 1, 2012.
Located in the heart of New York City's historic South Street Seaport, Bridgewaters was chosen for several reasons.
Karina Checo, Director of Programming states, "Only Bridgewaters exuded the elegance, charisma and poise of a Señorita at the first glance!" National President Mayra Espinoza states, "To honor our organizations establishment at Bridgewaters will be a profound testament to the innovative leadership our Founders created 25 years prior. At Bridgewaters we, as an Hermandad, will celebrate the vision four Binghamton University students pursued with unfaltering courage in 1987, one that on December 1, 2012, will have grown to include over 700 members across academic and professional disciplines globally."
Sisters of Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latinas Unidas Sorority, Inc, our partners, and our friends will gather from across the country to honor this profound moment in our history and celebrate twenty-five years of excellence, cultural enrichment and sisterhood. With spectacular views of the New York City skyline and impeccable indoor décor, we are certain Bridgewaters will set the stage for an evening of excellence and distinction.
Admission to attend the 25th Annual Founders' Day Celebration will be available starting August 4, 2012. Further information can be found on the official website: www.sigmalambdaupsilon.org/convention.
Sigma Lambda Upsilon/Señoritas Latina Unidas Sorority, Inc., founded on December 1, 1987 on the campus of Binghamton University, provides sisterhood and support while also promoting academic achievement, service to the community, leadership and cultural enrichment to college educated and professional women dedicated to uplifting traditionally marginalized communities. Since its establishment, the organization has expanded to over 35 schools across the country, touching the lives of more than 700 women.