The Basics

Executive Board

Tiffany Lam

Vice President:

Cara Ta

Kelley Gomez

Hali Mo

Philanthropy Chair:
Leena Yin

VP of
External Relations:

Niuniu Teo

VP of
Internal Relations:

Theo Chu
Kelsey Pian

Web Designer:
Angela Sy

Chae Uhm

Alumna Chair:
Angela Sy

Sigma Psi Zeta is a multicultural, Asian-Interest Greek Organization. SYZ was founded in 1994 and incorporated in 1996. It stands today as one of the largest and most distinguished Asian Interest sororities in the nation. SYZ promotes awareness of Asian/Asian American cultures through leadership, outreach, individual, community interaction, and most importantly, the bonds of sisterhood. Through a network of like-minded yet highly individualistic women, the sorority lends structure and support to sisters that share this vision. Nationally, regionally and individually, we strive to embody the ideals of Sigma Psi Zeta. 


Omicron Chapter

In Spring 2002, the seven founding sisters of the Omicron Chapter met with the hope of starting a group at Stanford University to foster the development and empowerment of Asian American women. As they talked, they felt a common bond: they were all looking for a new level of friendship and support in our goal-oriented, independent lives. They envisioned a family of sisters – one that exhibits dignity, leadership, ingenuity, and grace. The Omicron Chapter of Sigma Psi Zeta sorority is currently a family of over 30 active sisters.



We believe that sisterhood means something different to each person, and each sister draws and contributes something unique to the organization. To some, a group of girlfriends to spend Friday nights with watching movies, eating popcorn, and sharing stories and experiences is found. To others, sisterhood means being able to rely on and contribute to a powerful network of high-achieving alumnae. These women are useful to serve as mentors and as excellent resources. To all, Sigma Psi Zeta is a strong community of love, support, and intense mutual respect.