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About Delta Mu Zeta

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, founded January 16, 1920 on the campus of Howard University,

is a Community-Conscious, Action-Oriented organization.

Delta Mu Zeta Chapter has served the Manhattan, NY community for over 70 years.

On June 30, 1950, in the home of Soror Willa Goode, Atlantic Regional Director Evelyn Hunt presided over the chartering of Delta Mu Zeta Chapter. Twenty-eight women, formerly members of the undergraduate chapter Epsilon, rose to charter this graduate chapter. These women blazed the path that Delta Mu Zeta Chapter would make in Zeta Phi Beta, the Manhattan community, and the world.

Isabelle Fleuranges-Brown
First President of Delta Mu Zeta Chapter
Delta Mu Zeta Chapter members at
The Children’s Village community food pantry

Today, Delta Mu Zeta Chapter retains its zeal for Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood, and Finer Womanhood in person as well as virtually. A few of Delta Mu Zeta Chapter’s service highlights include handing out blankets to the homeless, making PPE kits for families in need, distributing food at a local pantry, raising over $6,500 for the March of Dimes, and hosting a webinar about the COVID-19 vaccines with chapter member Dr. Robin Hunter-Buskey.

Zeta Phi Beta 18th International President

Dr. Edith V. Francis

Covid-19 Talk: Answering Your Vaccine Questions