Esteemed Sorors

Violette Anderson
Attorney – First African-American woman to practice law before the U.S. Supreme Court. spacer
Towanda Braxton
Singer of the Braxtons and sister to Toni Braxton

Grace Ann Bumbry
Opera Singer
Honorable Julia Carson

Algenita Scott Davis
Past National President, National Bar Association
Ja’Net DuBois
Actress (Wilona) from Good Times.

Judge Bernice Donald
First African-American woman elected to the Tennessee Judiciary Charlotte Spann Director, Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, U.S. Department of the Interior.
Syleena Johnson
Singer, songwriter, emerging soul siren. Daughter of famed singer Syl Johnson. She was originally a member of the Lambda Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. at Illinois State University.

Gail Gilmore
Opera Singer
Dr. Alyce Gullantee
Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker of “The Disabled Mind”

Zora Neale Hurston
Anthologist, Writer and Folklorist.
Thelma Duggin
Political Activist

Ms. Elizabeth Koontz
First African-American President of the National Education Association, former Director of the Women’s Bureau.
Versia Lindsay
First woman to graduate from the School of Sciences, Atlanta University

Clara McLaughlin
President and CEO, East Texas Television, First African-American woman to own and operate a television station.
Dr. Lucy Perez
Medical Director, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. upArrow

Honorable Yvonne Miller
Wendy Palmer
WNBA Basketball Player

Minnie Ripperton
Singer of “Loving You”
Esther Rolle
Actress (Florida) from Good Times

Dr. Myrtice Taylor
First African-American superintendent for curriculum and instruction – Atlanta Public Schools (and member of Epsilon Zeta)
Dr. Eunice Thomas
Presidential Appointee, Director of the Office of Community Service and Director of the Office of Public Liaison, Office of the Co-Chairman, Republican National Committee

Dr. Tonea Harris Stewart
Actress (Aunt Etta) from In Heat of the Night
Jackie Torrence
Griot – African Storyteller

Anita Turpeau
First woman on the debate team, Howard University
Sheryl Underwood
Renowned Comedienne

Sarah Vaughn
Internationally renowned jazz singer
DeMya Walker
WNBA Basketball Player

Dionne Warwick
Internationally renowned recording artist
Judge Willie Whiting
Circuit Court Judge of Cook County, Chicago, IL

Edythe White
First women to serve on the Jackson, AL City Council
Shelia Williams
First Black female news and public affairs director for two radio stations simultaneously.

Shelia Williams
First Black female news and public affairs director for two radio stations simultaneously.
Dr. Deborah Wolfe
Former US Education Chief, US House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor, and chairperson of the New Jersey Board of Higher Education.