"Love and Leadership will be our Legacy." Tracy Ricard Aikens

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Tracy Ricard Aikens, Regional Director

Greetings Sorors...


Thank you for trusting me with the Farwest Region.  I am humbled, honored and excited to greet you in LOVE.  As we move through the next biennium, it is very important that we grow our sisterly bond while we continue the work of the Sorority.  We must work in LOVE while we display the LEADERSHIP required.  


My vision is clear for our region and I am confident we will be the example for others to follow:   We must have Healthy Chapters, Regional Growth, and Emerging Leaders in the Farwest Region.  To see this vision come to light we will set goals that include:  Training, Chartering/Reactivating Chapters, and Leadership Programs.


In partnership with our State Coordinators, State Facilitators, Chapter Presidents, and Advisors. I am committed to doing what is best for the Farwest Region while keeping you informed and engaged through various streams of communication (i.e: Social Media, Newsletters, and Emails), and sisterly interactions.  I ask that you connect with sorors in other chapters to partner on projects and learn best practices as we introduce additional training courses to inspire you to create new ideas.


Thank you to our sorors who are serving our country, and we invite any soror not affiliated with a chapter to use this website as a means to stay connected with us.  


My goal is to put Love in Action:

  • L = Learn something new
  • O = Obey the rules 
  • V = Voice your concerns
  • E = Encourage a Soror

In Love,

Tracy Ricard Aikens, Regional Director

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Christine O. Emuka, Regional Representative

Greetings Sorors of the Fierce and Fabulous Farwest Region,


Along with our exceptional Regional Director, Soror Tracy Ricard Aikens, I am extremely enthusiastic to start my journey to serve our dynamic region!


My goal for this biennium is to inspire our sorors to new levels of achievement. 

I hope to genuinely connect and work with collegiate members to showcase the amount of extraordinary leadership within our region. The power behind the work of collegiate chapters is tangible in the history of our endearing organization. I believe that together with Joy in Our Sisterhood, Power in Our Voice, and Service in Our Heart, we can cultivate a culture of change through our influence. 


I am eager to build upon the legacy and traditions established in our region; however, I am even more excited to work with every chapter and its members to strengthen our sisterly bond and enhance the service in our communities. With that, I look forward to ennobling communication within collegiate sorors, proliferating  participation in Regional Leadership, and fortifying the merit of our Social Action Initiatives. 


Sorors, there is much work to be done, but Soror Aikens and I are ready to serve you all with love and diligence.


Forever Sisterly,

Christine O. Emuka