The purpose of the Gamma Phi Beta Foundation is to support and inspire the lifelong development of women.
The Foundation was established in January 1959 as the fundraising arm of Gamma Phi Beta Sorority. The two are separate legal entities that support each other's missions, vision and values. Both are housed at International Headquarters in Centennial, Colorado.
Gamma Phi Beta Sorority was one of the first National Panhellenic Conference organizations to establish a foundation for educational fundraising. In the last 50 years, Gamma Phi Beta Foundation has distributed more than $12.5 million: $5.3 million for leadership education, $3.7 million for our chapters' philanthropic endeavors and $3.5 million in financial aid.
Foundation Board of Trustees
The 2017-18 Foundation Board of Trustees
Front Row (Left to Right): Kathy George (Indiana State), Cathy Griffin (Louisiana State) and Frances Griffin (Texas-Austin).
Second Row (Left to Right): Dr. Margaret Myers (Colorado College), Karen Kendall (Vanderbilt), Kitty L. deKieffer, International President Annabel M. Jones (Oklahoma), Alumnae Vice President Autumn L. Hansen (Idaho) and Karen Gamel Urette (Oklahoma).
Third Row (Left to Right): Rosemary Milew (California-Irvine), Jeannette “J.J” Stoll Kaelin (Colorado-Boulder), Gamma Phi Beta Executive Director Megan Wick (Washington State) and Foundation Chair Julie Dunn Eichenberg (Florida State).
Thank you to the Foundation Board of Trustees for volunteering your time and your tireless efforts to perpetuate the Foundation’s mission to support and inspire the lifelong development of women.