Today the extraordinary women, sisters, youth groups and Friends of Zeta phi beta celebrate 100 years of excellence! For an entire century, the great women of the Zeta Phi Beta sisterhood have been grooming young ladies and giving back to the community in countless ways!
This esteemed African-American women's service organization has been in existence since 1920, founded on the campus of Howard University and is headquartered in Washington DC. It holds a diverse membership of more than 125,000 college-educated women with more than 850 chapters in Worldwide. The Zetas were even the first greek-letter organization to charter a chapter in Africa (Monrovia, Liberia).
Among the Zetas, there are countless notable musicians, such as Minnie Ripperton, Syleena Johnson, Dionne Warwick, Traci & Towanda Braxton, Rhona Bennett, and more!
For more information on this international, historically black greek-lettered sorority check out their home website below!
Zeta Phi Beta Homepage