Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated
 Lambda Mu Chapter

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Current Chapter Members

I'm Adrienne Sutton. I'm a senior studying Math Education and I'm from from Gastonia, NC. The reason I wanted to become a Zeta is because I wanted to be a part of something that was bigger than myself. I was also attracted to Zeta because one of their principles is Finer Womanhood, which to me means to uplift and empower all women. During my time in this sorority I've learned what it means to put others before myself, gained many life-long friendships, and I have grown as both a woman and a leader. Becoming a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is definitely one of the best decisions I've made in college!
(Chapter President)
Hey y'all! My name is Keyuna Patterson. I'm from the small town of Littleton, NC. Here at ECU I'm a senior majoring in Public Health with a concentration in worksite health promotion. I'm the treasurer of the Lambda Mu chapter for the 2015-2016 school year. Zeta was an obvious choice for me because the values, ideals, and national programs are things I truly believe in. I wanted to be a part of and organization that is well represented worldwide. I love the women of Zeta because they always go above and beyond in making a difference. Finer Womanhood has offered me various opportunities, memories and sisters that I'll cherish for a lifetime. Becoming a member of Zeta Phi Beta has been one of the best decisions I've ever made.

My name is Kayla Simone' Simmons and I am 20 years old from: Bailey, NC. My

major is Industrial Engineering. I became a Zeta because I wanted to join an organization that would help me grow as a person, present me with different opportunities, and offer me life long friendships. I knew that upon joining this sorority I would be around women that were like minded and goal oriented. Being a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. has given me everything that I've wanted and more. Becoming a Zeta has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. (Historian)

Hi, my name is Chynna Foster. I am a Sophomore Communication concentration in Journalism major. Growing up in a household with mostly all boys my whole life I wanted to be apart of a sisterhood that supported each other and finds education as important as I do. Being apart of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated has helped me become more organized and responsible as a student, that will go along with me forever. Being involved in service through out my community has taught me more than I ever imagine. These lessons are making me grow as a person and I will be forever grateful.

Hey! My name is Desiree Jones. I am a current Junior and I major in Chemistry with a minor in biology. I chosed Zeta because it is everything I was looking for in an organization. I got to meet so many great people who i now call my sisters. I get to go out and help the community. I love helping people! And academics is taking very seriously with us which is a great thing. Also Zeta has made me a FINER woman.

Hello! My name is Nakia Legette and I am sophomore here at ECU. Currently I am  pursing a career in Middle Grades Education with a Concentration in Social Studies and Language Arts. I decided to become a Zeta because of one principle that is like no other. That principle was finer womanhood. Many young women in todays society strive to be a better women. To everyday attain new goals and determined to be a influence. To hear the way the Zeta's before me talked about being that leader, I knew it was my calling. Sisterhood , Scholarship and Service was already goals I knew well to describe me, but a Finer Woman is what I aspire to be.
Faith Alexander Senior Psychology, minor in Hispanic studies I chose Zeta because of the sisterhood. This organization is more of an international family. I can go anywhere in the world and find a sister of Zeta that will embrace me as my own biological sister.

I wanted to become a Zeta because the principles exemplify what I believe it takes to be successful. What attracted me most to Lambda Mu was how open the sisters were and how you could see that they instilled those principles in their everyday lives. It is rare to find like minded individuals who share similar goals, but have very different personalities; who can still come together to make a great and comforting sisterhood. I saw this in Zeta and that it was something I wanted to be apart of. 

Tameshya (Danielle) Dockery
Raleigh, NC
Biology - psychology double major

My reason for choosing Zeta:  I participated in the Blue Revue hosted by Zeta Phi Beta back in high school.  That was when being a finer Young lady in my case back then came about. The way I carried myself and the way I saw others changed. I realized that finer womanhood was something bigger than myself That i wanted to take part in. Being an only child, I didn't get the sisterhood experience and so I've been longing for something more ever since then. Coming to ECU I met quite a few Zeta's and was able to get close to one in particular who treated our friendship as a sisterhood. Seeing how these ladies carried themselves and cared for others helped me solidify my decision.  Zeta was the only way I would go. (NPHC President)

I'm Jonai Paul and from Wilmington,NC.I am a senior and majoring in Physical Education.  I currently serve as First Vice President. The reason I wanted to join Zeta Phi Beta was because I admire  the finer womanhood values it exemplifies. From what I have witnessed of the women of Zeta Phi Beta carry themselves with class and confidence. Another thing is that the sorority is Christian based.  Coming from a very spiritual family, it is important that I not only recognize God in my life, but that I also honor God in the things I choose to be a part of as well.In addition to those, I enjoyed seeing the sisters interact with one another. Unlike other sororities, the sisters of Zeta Phi Beta actually showed their love for one another. Sisterhood is another aspect that I seen in Zeta and that was important to me as well. Zeta Phi Beta shows great leadership and offers great opportunities to make a difference in the community.  It is a great honor to be a part of something that will not only enhance me as an individual, but will also allow me to make an impact in the community.‚Äč

My names is Destiny Lane' Sanders and I'm from Clayton, NC. I'm a Junior at East Carolina and I am an intending Nursing major. I chose Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. because I believe in the principles of the organizationScholarship is very important to me, and I take my academics seriously. I joined Zeta to give back to the community and further develop my leadership qualities. To be a role model to others, build confidence, and prove that I do have something to offer. Being a part of a sisterhood has been a rewarding experience. The ladies of the Lambda Mu chapter are all unique and we are all able to combine our diversities to make this organization stronger. Lastly, I chose Zeta Phi Beta, because of the concept of Finer Womanhood. This principle distinguishes Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. from other organizations, and it is something that I will strive for in the years ahead. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is all about growth in all aspects of life. Overall, being a new member has given me the opportunity to be a part of something greater than myself. (2nd Vice President )

My name is Khiana Gray Wyatt. I am from Wilson, North Carolina and graduated from Hunt High School in 2012. Currently I am a Senior majoring in Family and Community services with a concentration in early intervention. I was awarded the CDFR scholarship  and Vonta Leach scholarship in Spring 2015.I choose to become a Zeta because I value the principles of scholarship and service. Being a  member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated allows me to share my passion with others.Through sisterhood I have shared my passion  with them and acquired parts of theirs. I aspire to become a finer women everyday and with them I know I can accomplish that goal.
Hello! My name is Ebbony Hanson. I'm from Tarboro, NC. I'm a junior and an Intended Nursing major. I chose Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. because I saw the impact that Zeta as a whole had on campus and the sisterly love they shared among each other. I wanted to join something that was bigger than myself and that would surround me with finer women that would help and push me to succeed in every way possible. The main principle that drawn me to Zeta was Sisterhood. Having the opportunity to become a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. has served me well and I love the fact that I'm surrounded by wonderful ladies that all bring something different to the table but everyone have all of Zeta's principles in mind.

Hello! My name is Iyesha Chin and I am a graduating senior who is to be receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology this Spring. I am a Resident Advisor at Fletcher Hall and was graced to become a FINER WOMAN April 7, 2015. In Zeta Land, I have learned to become fearless and independent. I became a Zeta because the principles that Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was founded on Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood, and Finer Womanhood, are what I strive to be daily. Knowing that I have a support system like my sisters, gives me peace of mind and I will forever be thankful to be apart of this organization.