I bring you greetings from Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Delta Mu Zeta Chapter, Manhattan.
Since our Sorority’s inception on the campus of Howard University in 1920, our members have been dedicated to serving our communities, displaying scholarship through educational endeavors, and honoring the highest levels of sisterhood while living the ideal of Finer Womanhood. Education being an entity which is lifelong,
Delta Mu Zeta Chapter stands tall in her commitment to provide scholarship opportunities to young women who want to attend college. We mentor and provide living examples through our over 70 members in the chapter, whose careers span from educators, financial advisors, attorneys, and health practitioners; many having earned advanced academic degrees. As our organization approaches our 100th anniversary, we are reminded of our Founders, who were collegiate women and understood fully the place which higher education holds, as it is essential to growth and enlightenment in our society. Delta Mu Zeta Chapter, a thread in the fabric of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated remains steadfast in our Founders’ principles to pay it forward. We are poised, as leaders in the 21st century to make sure the next generation has a seat at the table by earning their degree.
Dr. Michelle P. Steven, President
Valerie Hollingsworth Baker
Centennial International President
Gina M. Merritt-Epps, Esquire
Atlantic Regional Director
Amber D. Koiner, CPA
New York State Director
Delta Mu Zeta Chapter
Valerie Hollingsworth-Baker, International President
Gina Merritt-Epps, Esq., Atlantic Regional Director
Ayris B. Granby, NY State Director
Michelle P. Steven, Ed.D, Chapter President,
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated
Delta Mu Zeta Chapter Announces
Purple Reign Campaign in New York, NY
New York, NY, November 7, 2019-In response to the significant rise in premature births, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority chapters across the country are planning prematurity awareness events on during the month of November. Zeta members in more than 850 communities across America will conduct prematurity awareness activities in houses of worship. Attendees will learn more about the infant health crisis that nearly half a million families cope with each year. 2019 marks the 17th consecutive year of Zeta’s participation by leading this nationwide grassroots campaign.