Gamma Phi Beta Celebrates 150 Years of Sisterhood
In 2024, Gamma Phi Beta will celebrate 150 years of True and Constant sisterhood.
150 years of memories made with sisters we love.
150 years of building confident women of character.
150 year of making a difference in the world around us.
We are pulling out all the stops for this momentous year.
Be on the lookout for more information on all the ways we are honoring our amazing sisterhood.
GET READY TO CELEBRATE
We couldn’t recognize this milestone in just one way! Check out how we plan to celebrate our sesquicentennial. More information will be shared as we get closer to 2024! Until then, follow us on social media and complete the form below to receive 150th Celebration updates.
You can show your excitement for this momentous occasion by financially supporting these initiatives.
Your gifts will be used as a direct pass-through donation to the Sorority to successfully develop the activities chosen to honor our 150th anniversary. Please note that donations to Gamma Phi Beta’s 150th Celebration are not tax-deductible.
We’re bringing the celebration to you! Beginning January 2024, we will host nine events in cities across North America that will culminate with a very special Founders Day event in Syracuse, NY on November 11, 2024.
This is your chance to see our historical artifacts up close and in person! We will select the most treasured and meaningful items from our Sorority archives to travel the continent during 2024. With stops at Convention in Chicago and select regional receptions, this is a can-not-miss opportunity!
150 Reasons to Celebrate Gamma Phi Beta
Sisters from around the globe will celebrate 150 years of Gamma Phi Beta in unique and exciting ways! This video collection and collaborative initiative allows members to highlight how and why they are celebrating.
Party In a Box
Can’t attend one of our receptions? Don’t worry, we’ll bring the party to you! Gather up your best Gamma Phi sisters because this uniquely curated box of supplies and exclusive items will be just what you need to host your own 150th celebration!
Getting Back to Gamma Phi Beta
Our membership in Gamma Phi Beta is True and Constant. No matter where you are in your life, sometimes, you just need someone to reach out and say “Hi! How are you doing?” Sisters will reconnect through phone conversations and visits to celebrate our values that tie us together as members.
The True and Constant Podcast
Get ready to press play on your new favorite podcast! Each episode will highlight our incredible members and their stories of Gamma Phi Beta sisterhood.
SHOW YOUR GAMMA PHI BETA PRIDE
Let the whole world know you are ready for the 150th with these special items from Crescent Corner.
THE 150TH LOGO
Our anniversary logo mirrors our values as confident women of character with lifelong bonds of sisterhood and celebrates all that is Gamma Phi Beta in our current color palette.
The image features a cherished Sorority image – the pink carnation. Our flower symbolizes sisterly love and gratitude; it has the distinction of being the longest lasting flower, a symbol of the beauty of our enduring sisterhood.
The logo is elegant and timeless, just like our Sorority that is celebrating its landmark birthday and looking forward to the next 150 years.
150TH CELEBRATION COMMITTEE
Thank you to these sisters for dedicating their time to make the 150th celebration one to remember!
- Chairwoman Krista Davis (Bowling Green)
- Vice Chairwoman Megan Smiley Wick (Washington State)
- Rev. Dr. Lillian Lammers (Denver)
- Julie Eichenberg (Florida State)
- Carly Foerster (Chapman)
- Autumn Hansen (Idaho)
- Amanda Hart (Iowa)
- Linda Johnson (Vanderbilt)
- Mary Knaup (California State-Fullerton)
- Megan Krueger (Indiana)
- Katherine Pezzella (Colgate)
- Shauna Wilson (Washington State)
- Harriett Cogan (Indiana State) – Gamma Phi Beta Foundation Trustee representative
- Mindy Sutton (Southern Methodist) – Facilities Management Company (FMC) Board of Managers representative
- Staff Liaisons: Page Adams (Indiana), Tara Foristal and Elizabeth Vaughn