Convention 2024

Join your Gamma Phi Beta sisters from across North America at our 81st Convention in Chicago, Illinois, to commemorate our 150th anniversary in what promises to be our biggest, most exciting celebration of the year!

Convention will take place June 26-29, 2024, at the Marriott Marquis Chicago in McCormick Place. We will conduct Sorority business and commemorate our 150-year history while looking forward to our future as a relevant women’s organization. Attend all events or just a few, but don’t miss out on this milestone celebration of our sisterhood.

Come early or stay late to experience everything Chicago has to offer. Attendees will need to book hotel reservations directly with the Marriott Marquis Chicago. Click here to book your hotel reservations now.

Haven’t been involved in Gamma Phi Beta in a while? Our 150th Celebration is a wonderful reason to gather your chapter sisters together for a mini-reunion in Chicago to honor the organization that brought you together!

If you have any Convention-related questions, contact Conferences and Meetings Coordinator Karima Soliman or Director of Conferences and Meetings Page Adams. 

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Know Before you Go

Check out all the need-to-know information before traveling to Chicago this summer!

Collegiate and Alumnae Chapters - Important Information

Review important procedures and documents needed to fulfill delegate duties during Convention.

Who should go to Convention?

Anyone who loves Gamma Phi Beta is invited to join us for a fantastic celebration of sisterhood. All members, including collegiate and alumnae chapter officers, advisors and international volunteers, who want to connect or reconnect with our Sorority in meaningful ways are welcome. Every collegiate chapter and alumnae chapter is expected to send a voting delegate.

This year’s Convention and 150th Celebration is the perfect opportunity to commemorate and honor our past, present and future. If Gamma Phi Beta has impacted your life, we encourage you to join us in Chicago in what promises to be a Convention to remember.