Zeta Omega Chapter (Kennesaw State)
Zeta Omega Chapter was installed at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, on April 26, 2008.
With help from members of Delta Upsilon Chapter (Georgia), International President Linda Daniel Johnson (Vanderbilt) Director of Ritual Margaret West Pape (Oklahoma), 87 women took the membership oath.
An installation reception was held later in the day. More than 200 supporters, including parents, family, friends and administrators witnessed as Linda presented the chapter's charter and the president's badge to Collegiate Chapter President Danica Lempert.
"I'm very impressed by their leadership," Jamie Shultz said, a former collegiate leadership consultant (CLC) who worked with the colony. "They quickly picked up on their responsibilities and are proactive in making Gamma Phi Beta great on their campus. I noticed their poise and how they really bonded in sisterhood in a very short time."
"They have amazing, strong leaders who are active both on campus and in the Sorority," said CLC Rachel Christiansen. "They're very mature and dedicated."
Excerpt from the summer 2008 issue of The Crescent, page 9.
Zeta Omega Chapter charter members, 2008.