Military Appreciation Week: Saluting Soror Ernestine Carlisle

Today, we salute our stellar Soror Ernestine Carlisle. Soror Carlisle served in the United States Army from 1977-1980. Her stations included Fort Gordon, GA and Fort Richardson, AK. Soror Carlisle, whose son is also an Army veteran, served as a supply specialist.  She has fond memories of the security and structure military service provided as […]

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Sigma Omega Zeta Amarius Reed Who's Who in Black Atlanta

Soror Amarius Reed Included in Who’s Who in Black Atlanta

Sigma Omega Zeta chapter’s very own Soror Amarius Reed is included in the 19th edition of Who’s Who in Black Atlanta. Get to know our wonderful soror in this Q&A. Congratulations Soror Reed on being included in the 19th edition of Who’s Who in Black Atlanta.  How were you chosen for this great distinction? I was […]

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National Military Appreciation Week, Soror, Veronic Love of Sigma Omega Zeta chapter Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated

Military Appreciation Week: Saluting Soror Veronica Love

In Spring 2019, we welcomed a host of beautiful, finer women into the Sigma Omega Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated. One of these awesome women is Navy Veteran Soror Veronica Love. Women Veterans Rock, and we are honored to show our appreciation for Soror Love during Military Appreciation Week 2019. Soror Love […]

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Breast Cancer Survivor Soror Benzie Brinson

SOROR BENZIE BRINSON: FIGHTER. SURVIVOR. INSPIRATION.

SOROR BENZIE BRINSON: FIGHTER. SURVIVOR. INSPIRATION. Three of her mom’s seven sisters had breast cancer. Her cousin she was very close to her died of breast cancer in 2013. In 2014, Soror Benzie Brinson was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer. But, instead of seeing it as a death sentence, as many would, Soror Brinson […]

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Women Veterans Rock: We Salute Soror Arlene Grant!

“Friendship and Solidarity” by Soror Sibongile Lynch In 2014 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated became a leading advocate for the Women Veterans ROCK initiative. The program, through a ten-year commission by the Healthy Caregiver Community Foundation, supports women and girls in military families’ shift from serving in the military to serving in their communities. As […]

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