In 1993, four determined collegiate women congregated with the common goal of establishing an organization at Arizona State University that would serve towards the advancement of Hispanics/Latinas, while promoting a quest for higher learning and volunteerism. These visionary young women saw the need to create a support system that would; encourage women to become actively involved with social issues and achieve educational excellence; serve as a motivational source for others; generate role models; eventually yield a considerable amount of leaders in the Latino/Hispano community. Their vision became a reality on January 25, 1993.
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