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Service, Scholarship, Sisterly Love, and Finer Womanhood.
Founded in 1920 at Howard University

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Epsilon Zeta

Epsilon Zeta Chapter was organized in 1923 as an outgrowth of the Beta Chapter on Morris Brown College Campus. The Epsilon Zeta Chapter which is the fifth graduate chapter in Zetadom was organized by Sorors Venitia Nichols, Jean Childs, Grace Bradley, Lois Divine, and Alice D. Cary. Epsilon Zeta Chapter has participated in numerous activities on the national, state, and local levels including having our National Program, Stork’s Nest, developed by Soror Evelyn Brown in 1971. As well as Finer Womanhood Week being introduced by Soror Jean Childs. The Chapter has been a dynamic force since the turn of the 20th Century and has provided immense leadership while establishing a solid place in African-American and Women’s history. Currently, Epsilon Zeta serves as the Graduate Advisor to the “Lovely” Lambda Nu Chapter, Georgia State University, founded on December 16, 1986. 

Kappa Iota Zeta

Kappa Iota Zeta Chapter was chartered on September 15, 1980, in Atlanta, Georgia.  For over 40 years our chapter has served throughout the Atlanta Metro area, bringing extensive training, experience, and research to benefit local communities. We honor our charter members and our past presidents for their vision, commitment, and leadership. Today, we are committed to continue the legacy of those who came before us through scholarship, service, sisterhood and finer womanhood.  Hence, we are "One Zeta" meeting the needs of communities. During these unprecedented times of COVID-19 and social distancing, we remain committed to serving our community.  Our innovative ideas and advanced technologies allow us to serve our community and stay connected.

Shield- Alpha Phi Alpha
Shield- Alpha Kappa Alpha
Shield- Kappa Alpha Psi
Shield- Omega Psi Phi
Shield- Delta Sigma Theta
Shield- Phi Beta Sigma
Shield- Zeta Phi Beta
Shield- Sigma Gamma Rho
Shield- Iota Phi Theta
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