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Zeta Phi Beta "THE BEGINNING...... " FIVE PEARLS" .
We are delighted that you have taken this opportunity to visit us in our virtual home! Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority would be remiss not to pay homage to the first women who believed in the need for a new and different type of Greek-lettered organization and acted upon that need. To these women, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority was more than an organization, it was a movement, a belief system that reflected, at its core, the desire to provide true Service, to embrace Scholarship, to set a standard for Sisterly Love and to define the noble concept of Finer Womanhood..
Born 1898 in Pike County, Missouri. She was educated in the public schools of Hannibal, Missouri. She attended Howard University and Pennsylvania School of Social Work for her Graduate Studies and Post graduate studies.
Born 1899 in Perry, Georgia. She attended the public schools in Savannah, Georgia. She then went on and continued her formal training at Georgia State College. She graduated from Howard University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education Post-graduate studies in Social Work & Housing were pursued at New York University.
Born 1899 in Flushing, Ohio. Upon receiving her high school diploma, she matriculated at Howard University. She graduated from Howard University with a teaching degree and taught in Smithville, North Carolina. She also served as the Assistant Principal at the Cambridge High School in Cambridge, Maryland.
Blood sister to Viola Tyler, was born 1901in Flushing, Ohio. Upon receiving her high school diploma, she matriculated at Howard University. An Ohio teacher of mathematics and English for several years. She taught at the Annapolis High School in Maryland. She gave up teaching when she married Ross Faithful and raised two daughters, both of whom are Zetas.
Born 1900 in Charlotte, North Carolina. She excelled in music. Attended the Lincoln Academy in King's Mountain, North Carolina. She earned a Degree in Music at Howard University Earned her Master's Degree in Music from Columbia University (New York) in 1938, becoming the first black woman in the state to earn this degree. She chose a career in the field of Education.
Welcome to the website of the Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Seventy-four years ago two women had a vision and desire to bring the ideals of the sorority to the Jacksonville Florida area, making it the first chapter in the state of Florida. Like other successful organizations Beta Alpha Zeta has sustained its legacy and has steadily grown by adhering to its goals and consistently formulating its programs and services… Read More