NALFO Community Education & Planning Award (2001) - For the outstanding success of its Sigma Lambda PEARLS Program, a mentoring program launched in March 2000.
NALFO Alumni Chapter of the Year (2001) – Theta Beta Graduate Professional Chapter (Providence, RI) - Theta Beta’s accomplishments include the mentoring and establishment of 4 new chapters for the organization and its relief efforts for the many natural disasters that occurred in 2000.
NALFO Academic Excellence Award – Graduate (2001) – Liliana Polo (Theta Beta Graduate Professional Chapter)- Liliana obtained a Master’s in Education from Brown University, where she also obtained her Bachelor of Arts in African-American Studies in 2000.
NALFO Alumni of the Year Award (2001) – Rosann Santos (Eta Chapter, Syracuse University) - Rosann graduated from Syracuse University in 1994 with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Math. Rosann obtained her Masters and Ph.D of History with a concentration in gender and society in Latin America and the Caribbean at the University at Albany, State University of New York.
NALFO Undergraduate of the Year Award (2004)- Christine Morillo (Psi Chapter, Rochester, NY) – Christine received recognition for her continuing success in academics, her commitment to the community and her promotion of cultural awareness and sisterhood. Christine has been president of her chapter, a member of the national judiciary board of the Sorority, a youth counselor for Puerto Rican Youth Development, and an executive board member of her college’s (St. John Fisher College) Latino Student Union.
NALFO Philanthropic Excellence by an Alumni Chapter Award (2005) – Theta Epsilon Graduate Professional Chapter (Buffalo, NY & Rochester, NY) - The Theta Epsilon Graduate/Professional Chapter was the founding chapter of the Sigma Lambda LADYS program. The program promotes sisterhood, cultural pride, academic excellence and service to the community within its participants. The program also offers college and career preparation, emphasizing its importance. The Sigma Lambda LADYS are paired with an Hermana from the chapter, who acts as a mentor to the young woman. Each of the Sigma Lambda LADYS participates in group activities as well as individual meetings with their mentor to ensure team work and one-on-one attention that is needed.
NALFO Campus Leadership Excellence Award (2006) – Dayanna Torres (Eta Chapter, Syracuse University) – Dayanna demonstrated her commitment to the organization, her college campus, and the Latino Greek community through service in leadership positions within the Sorority, the Syracuse University campus, and the Latino Greek system.
NALFO Undergraduate Chapter of the Year (2006) - Alpha Delta Chapter (State University of New York at Stony Brook) – Alpha Delta demonstrated excellence in academic achievement, leadership, community service, chapter integrity, and commitment to the Latino Greek community.
NALFO Philanthropic Excellence by an Alumni Chapter Award (2009) – Theta Alpha Graduate Professional Chapter (New York City) – Theta Alpha partnered with the East Harlem Tutorial Program, New York Regional Office of the Census Bureau, and Ryan NENA Health Center to name a few. They also collaborated with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Alumni Association, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, the Junior Achievements Program, and the Latino College Expo. In addition, they continued serving as mentors to Sigma Lambda LADYS (Leadership Advancement and Development for Our Young Sisters), a program for young women at Vanguard High School and West Brooklyn High School.