Annabel Jones

International President 

Annabel Jones (Oklahoma) is Gamma Phi Beta’s International President, currently serving in her second two-year term in the role. Annabel is also a Gamma Phi Beta Foundation Trustee, and a member of the Sorority’s Bylaws, Extension, Finance and Governance Committees. A member of Gamma Phi Beta’s Psi Chapter, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from the University of Oklahoma and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma College of Law.

Annabel is a retired corporate attorney living in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She practiced law for more than 33 years, and her practice focused on corporate governance and transactions, finance, mergers and acquisitions, securities, risk management and human resources. Annabel is a National Association of Corporate Directors fellow and a member of the Society of Corporate Governance Professionals.

In her more than 30 years of volunteer service for Gamma Phi Beta, Annabel has served in a variety of roles, including regional team leader, collegiate chapter supervisor for our new chapter at the University of Central Florida and served as treasurer and president of the Tulsa Alumnae Chapter. Annabel has also served on International Council as Collegiate Vice President and Financial Vice President, in addition to serving as the first Chairwoman of the Facilities Management Company Board of Managers.

Outside of Gamma Phi Beta, Annabel enjoys giving back to her community. She is a member of the Board of Advocates of University of Oklahoma College of Arts and Sciences and chairwoman of the Junior League of Tulsa Facility Corporation Board in addition to serving on the Junior League of Tulsa Sustainer Steering Committee. Annabel is also a Reading Partners volunteer in Tulsa, helping young students become proud, confident readers excited about learning and ready for success.

An avid Oklahoma Sooners fan, Annabel enjoys traveling, reading and spending quality time with her two Gamma Phi Beta biological sisters, one brother, eight nieces and nephews and two great nephews – with one more on the way in 2018!

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