The Lambda Phi Epsilon Alumni Association is an international organization and network formed to promote and coordinate our fraternity’s alumni activities and communications. The Association’s duty is to continue to uphold the fine traditions and ideals of our brotherhood. They endeavor to assist and support both our members and our respective communities in whatever capacity deemed necessary or applicable. With each new infusion of graduating brothers into our network, the fraternity becomes larger and stronger. The University of Washington Lambda Phi Epsilon Alumni Association is the only Asian American interest fraternity established as a nonprofit corporation within the State of Washington. The Alumni Association rewards scholarships to undergraduate members who epitomize the ideals of Lambda Phi Epsilon. The Foundation also plays a role in organizing professional development workshops to connect active undergraduates with distinguished alumni in their industry of choice.
As the largest Asian interest fraternity in the world, the brothers of Lambda Phi Epsilon are granted unique opportunities during both their college years and in their future career endeavors. It has become a professionally structured and highly regarded networking channel. Productive young leaders and entrepreneurs of this generation are groomed from the fraternity’s programs, cultivating a perpetually strong alumni base. The close attention to its members makes Lambda Phi Epsilon the fastest rising influence in the Asian community. Consequently, Lambda Phi Epsilon has become one of the most sought after organizations due to growing demand for fraternal Asian representation on university campuses. As the fraternity continues to grow, it has made a commitment to maintain its integrity and standards that have come to be recognized worldwide.
The commitment of the brothers to the fraternity does not end with undergraduate study, but instead carries on for the rest of their lives. Its network reaches far and wide, with alumni populating cities all across the country, and even internationally, with alumni programs formed in regions of China, Korea, and Europe. Every major region or city features an alumni chapter whose membership is open to any brothers residing in the area, regardless of the chapter they originated. The growth, success, and stability of the fraternity’s college chapters has largely been due to the outstanding support of its alumni members. A tremendous wealth of knowledge and experience is offered to younger members in the form of mentorship opportunities, chapter advising, and interaction at fraternity events. Especially in terms of career building, the fraternity’s resources are powerful and vast. Lambda Phi Epsilon’s leaders have always aspired to greater endeavors upon graduation, and the organization has harbored countless brothers who stand as leaders in their respective industries. The opportunities for networking here are limitless, as you can be sure to find a Lambda nearly anywhere you go.
There are several ways you can enrich the educational experience for members of Alpha Zeta Chapter. All donations are tax deductible.
- Donate Online: You can donate money through Alpha Zeta Chapter’s Venmo account. Please specify how you would like to see your donation used (e.g., towards a chapter scholarship, house funds, philanthropic programming) and follow up with our chapter treasurer for a receipt of your donation. For a summary of donations from the previous fiscal year, please view the chapter’s “2014 Year in Review” page.
- Cash or Check: This is our preferred method for making a donation. Please mail your donation payable to UW Lambda Phi Epsilon Alumni Association at 7938 5th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106, ATTN: Mr. Jeffrey Wang, Foundation President.
- Corporate Matching Gifts: If your company has a charitable matching gift program, donations are an easy way to increase the impact of your personal contribution.
After graduating from the University of Washington, brothers have gone on to successful careers at numerous Fortune 500 companies; many others advance to high standings in the government, military, and nonprofit sectors. Our alumni have also gone on to graduate school to become doctors, engineers, lawyers, researchers, teachers, and administrators. Through professionalism and allegiance, brothers serve as mentors to those that come after them. The opportunities as a brother at the University of Washington are infinite. This continuous record of achievement is a testament to the hard work and dedication put forth from the brothers of Alpha Zeta Chapter, whose flame of civic and fraternal pride remain ignited even after the undergraduate years. It is no surprise that Lambdas are at the forefront of such organizations listed below, which display just a mere fraction of both the local and national connections you’ll have access to as a brother. The respective industries of actives and alumni employed from Alpha Zeta Chapter alone are in bold.
Lambda Lil Sis
A unique family support system
The Lambda Phi Epsilon Little Sister Program was created to become an extension of the Lambda Family ideal. This program offers young women the chance to experience and be apart of the Greek system without having to hold commitments on their part such as with pledging a sorority. The Lambda Lil Sis Program strives to create and strengthen bonds between women from all corners of campus and the Brothers of Lambda Phi Epsilon.
Lambda Lil Sis are always welcomed to our social and philanthropic events, as well as to exclusive nationwide networking events such as Convention. Our Little Sister Program grants invited women an opportunity to build and maintain meaningful relationships lasting throughout and after college with our active brothers, alumni, and other Lambda Lil Sis. The fraternity strives to function as a family for support and an alternative social group for its members. For those who may have never had a sister or a brother, this program was developed to help build those bonds of trust and family.
The founding mothers of αΚΔΦ at the University of California-Berkeley (1990) were Lambda Lil Sis prior to chartering our sister organization. Our Alpha Class of Lambda Lil Sis established ΧΣΑ at the University of Washington (2002).
Nickname: Theta Eclipse (Spring 2014)
Pledge Dad: Mr. Virak Mau
Nickname: Exquisite Epsilons (Spring 2009)
Pledge Dad: Mr. Joseph Lim
Nickname: Delta Dimes (Spring 2008)
Pledge Dad: Mr. Bruce Chung
Nickname: Graceful Gammas (Fall 2003)
Pledge Dad: Mr. Thomas Tae Kyung Kim
Nickname: Beta Brats (Winter 2003)
Pledge Dad: Mr. Si “Xuan” Duong
Nickname: Alpha Angels (Fall 2002)
Pledge Dad: Mr. John Chae
Support a winning fraternity
Thank you for your interest in partnering with Lambda Phi Epsilon, the oldest and largest Asian American interest fraternity established at the University of Washington. Recognized for the quality of our philanthropic service events and nationwide leadership conventions, our chapter can serve as a valuable liaison between your company and the students of University of Washington. We can help your company strengthen its presence at this university and assist in effectively finding a concentration of the most qualified candidates for employment. Our relationship with sponsors can begin with something as simple as prominently displaying your company link and logo on our website and t-shirts. We can even go as far as featuring your company in our recruitment sessions and co-hosting our quarterly venue parties that reach out to over thousands of students at Seattle. With our experience in a wide range of campus events, we can help you reach out to students through any method of your choice. To find out more information on forging a partnership with our chapter, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com. Become a sponsor of Lambda Phi Epsilon, today!