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Celebrating
104 Years
of
Scholarship, Service,
Sisterhood, and Finer Womanhood


 

JAN

16

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About Us
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Marquita Burrowes

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

President, Chi Eta Zeta Chapter

Message from our Chapter President

Greetings,

It is my distinct pleasure and honor to extend greetings to you on behalf of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., the Chi Eta Zeta Chapter. Chartered in 2008, our chapter has been serving the Cambridge community for over fifteen years. Today, Chi Eta Zeta Chapter consists of educated professional women from a wide array of backgrounds. 

 

More than fifteen years later, our chapter continues to enrich the lives of others through a variety of programs and services. With our chapter mission in mind, Chi Eta Zeta continues to build our community through unified sisterhood and leadership. We aim to uplift one another while actively and intentionally building the Greater Cambridge community.

 

As we enter our sisterhood's second century of service, we are excited to continue the work of Zeta with community leaders and builders, like you! We look forward to connecting with you soon.

Chi Eta Zeta Chapter

CAMBRIDGE, MA

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Chi Eta Zeta Chapter was chartered on June 23, 2008 in the great city of Cambridge, Massachusetts by eight phenomenal women:

Tara Axson

Marquita Burrowes

Sybil Bleus-Eversley

Genelle Fields

Shatara Grimsley

Shelly Hinds

Salesia Hughes-Hibbert

Nadine Joseph

 who sought to exemplify the founding principles of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated in the Greater Cambridge region. Our mission is to actively motivate and support the needs of our community through partnerships, programs, education and engagement for the advancement of the communities we serve.  

We believe in inspiring a culture of mental, physical, financial, and socio-economic well-being, with an emphasis on Black and Brown community members. We achieve this daily through our vision, which is exuding teamwork and transparency, and creating spaces for learning and enrichment. We remain dedicated in our daily work to promote social equality, as well as improve the overall quality of life of our community members.

 

Our Chapter's core values are:

(Click on a value below)

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Learn about our

Z-HOPE community service programs.

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Our Dr. Deborah Cannon P. Wolfe Scholarship continues to impact young women. Learn more. 

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Know a young lady that could benefit from mentorship? Check out our youth auxiliary groups.

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