In early 1992, Naomi Vasquez-Chapa, Patricia Banuelos and Jerra Villesca saw a need to bring a Hispanic women's organization to the University to Texas at Arlington campus  At the time, there were no sororities on campus that were geared toward the Latina population at the University of Texas at Arlington. Their idea was to bring the first Hispanic based sorority to campus.

Their Journey led them to Kappa Delta Chi. At the time, there were only four established chapters of Kappa Delta Chi- the Alpha, Beta, Gamma, and Delta Chapters. Naomi, Patricia and Jerra realized that Kappa Delta Chi displayed the values that they were seeking. They contacted Marlene Hernandez, Alpha Chapter Adviser and President of Alpha Chapter, Christina Arzola. They contacted Texas Tech's Dean of Students on January 29, 1992 and submitted their letter of intent to become a chapter at the University of Texas at Arlington. Once they received the information they needed to start a chapter, they proceeded to establish official organizational status at University of Texas at Arlington. During the next few months, they recruited other interested ladies who shared their vision.

On April 23, 1992, Kappa Delta Chi was recognized as an official organization at the University of Texas at Arlington. Over the next several months, the charter members continued to learn about Kappa Delta Chi and completed the requirements for a new chapter. On September 6, 1992, the Epsilon Chapter was inducted into the Kappa Delta Chi by Rebecca Aleman, Norma Madrid and Lisa Rascon of the Alpha Chapter. A weekend of learning and sharing evolved into a bond of sisterhood and the Epsilon Chapter was established.

"KDChi has influenced me in every area of life. it's taught me how to be a better friend, taught me what I deserve in a friend and given me the strength to let those people who aren't friends go. It's taught me to be more professional, how to deal with conflict and find resolutions. How to make business fun, while still being professional. It taught me alot about myself that i couldn't have possibly hoped to gain any other way. It helped me become an adult, without becoming boring. All in all, KDChi has made me a better person and I am both grateful and blessed to have had the  opportunity to be joined into the sisterhood of lifetime, Kappa Delta Chi."
Julia Landro.
New Member Educator

Officer            Emails
Victoria Louchery
Vice President
Standards  Gabriela
Service Graciela
New Member Educator Julia
TreasurerGriselda Bautista
Recording Secretary Melanie 
Historian         Evelyn Rangel
Council DelegatesMonica Bailey
Cynthia Estrada