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The Zeta 100 has been Revamped!! Its  FREE, you can sign up in 60 seconds and you'll be eligible to purchase The Zeta 100  Profession specific Pin.  As we Journey to Centennial let's celebrate all the professional  members of our Sisterhood. Check out the 25 Professions and Learn more at http://zphib2020.com/thezeta100/
We are now accepting applications for our $100,000 Centennial Scholarship. The scholarship is open to female high school seniors.  Apply today http://zphib1920.org/centennialscholarship  
Deadline January 16th, 2020
The Pacific Region of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was able to donate over 30,000 personal hygiene items and financially donate $2,180 to aid in the contribution and growth of the "Little Bag Ladies" organization!
The aim of the "Little Bag Ladies" organization is "to provide unused, unopened personal hygiene supplies discreetly and inexpensively to homeless women and girls in the community utilizing recycled hand bags and purses filled with supplies acquired from donations."
To learn more about the efforts of these remarkable young ladies, visit: https://www.littlebagladies.com/the-project.
Delta Delta Zeta Chapter has a Day in San Francisco, CA!
To see and learn more about this wonderful achievement, visit https://www.facebook.com/ZPhiBDDZ/.

Zeta Finer Womanhood


Congratulations to Dr. April Clay, from Phi Mu Zeta chapter. Her company, Clay Counseling Solutions not only has opened a wellness center in San Bernardino aiming to help address mental wellness, but has also been contracted with San Bernardino County school districts. Check out the article in the San Bernardino Sun.


Zeta Phi Beta Soror, Tiffany Latrice (Gamma Lambda) featured in Forbes Magazine as part of the Change Makers Series produced by Cole Haan and Forbes.


Angelica Perkins, 89th Miss Univ. of Arkansas at Pine Bluff 


89th Miss UAPB gets top spot in EBONY Magazine competition

New Zeta Historical Achievement!


Zeta Filmmaker Chinonye Chukwu just became the first Black woman to win the Sundance Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for her U.S. Dramatic entry, Clemency.

Soror Krystle McClain

Meet Environmental Engineer Krystle McClain (read more)...


 Zeta and March of Dimes Partnership

Congratulations to Soror Angela Jones of Pi Xi Zeta chapter. Soror Jones is now the CEO of Washington STEM. 



The role combined Jones' passions for education, equity and sustaining communities, so she the took the position across the Cascades and started Aug. 1. Jones now heads the 19-person organization that creates opportunities for students to embrace science, technology, engineering and math, commonly referred to as STEM.

Founded in 2011, Washington STEM particularly focuses on programming for young girls, students of color, students living in poverty and students living in rural areas to address the wage gap for those populations through education. This fall, Jones said the organization will roll out a “STEM by the Numbers” regional dashboard to help educators and employers strategize using data.



Article can be found at: https://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/news/2019/08/08/new-washington-stem-ceo-to-help-disadvantaged.html

Northern California Director Desiree St. Louis and her graduate chapter, Delta Delta Zeta, are recognized by MOD for lighting up San Francisco City Hall for Prematurity Awareness Day Nov. 17!

Southern California Director Shamar Walker and her graduate chapter, Beta Alpha Gamma Zeta, are recognized by MOD and Antelope Valley Hospital for supporting families in NICU! 

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