Soror Julia Herring is originally from Fayetteville, N.C. She works as a registered nurse. She joined the Eta Mu Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated in Spring 2003 at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. She has held numerous positions throughout the organization and she is the current Basileus of the chapter as well as the Western Region Anti-Grammateus.
Anti-Basileus (Vice-President) / Rhoer Advisor
C. Lynn Willis
Soror C. Lynn Willis is the Anti-Basileus of Zeta Phi Sigma Alumnae Chapter. She spent 20+ years traveling the world and building Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority's brand. She joined Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority over 29 years ago to partner with powerful women to enhance the community. She firmly believes in sisterhood and growth of this illustrious organization.
Master's of Science in Educational Leadership with a major in the Foundations of Leadership from Troy University, Troy AL
Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, Cheyney, PA
Associate Degree in Logistics from Community College of the Air Force Maxwell AFB, AL
2nd Anti-Basileus (2nd Vice-President)
Soror Talia Euell is the current Grammateus and Philo Advisor of Zeta Phi Sigma Alumnae Chapter. She is a Michigan and Alabama native, a graduate of Austin Peay State University with a Bachelor of Science in Social Work and MBA from Bethel University.
Tailia chose Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. because this organization fits her like no other. It gives her an opportunity to help people around the community as she travels with the military and meet new people with multiple cultures. She feals so welcomed by the women in the sorority and aims to continue to make others feel the same for many more years.
Soror Joy Bryan is originally from Barbados where she had all of her formative education. She immigrated to the United States 30 plus years ago and joined the United States Air Force where she served over twenty years, all overseas. During that time, she traveled to both Europe and Asia. Besides traveling, she enjoys reading, cooking and gardening. She has an Associates Degree in Human Resource Management and Education, Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration and Certificate in Human Resource Management. She is the mother of a beautiful daughter. She is currently a travel agent, a Fl state Realtor and an author. She is the winner of the Silver Medal from the Florida Authors and Publisher’s Association in 2018 for her book, titled, “Transformation: An 80 day Journey of Redemption, Renewal and Reformation.”
She has a keen interest in assisting and serving others, in any way possible, and the Sorority Slogan of “Greater Service, Greater Progress” appeals to her because of the service to the community, especially women and youth in under served communities. She believes in giving a hand up, not a hand out because if you teach a person to fish, they will be able to eat and earn to improve their current experience in life.
Soror Jacina LaBoo is from Kent, WA. She joined the Pi Delta chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho in Spring 2001 at Washington State University. She has taught physical education for 16 years. Jacina currently lives in Covington, WA with her son Xavier. In her spare time she enjoys working out, traveling and watching sports with family and friends.
Soror Alicia Reed, is the current Epistoleus for Zeta Phi Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Prior to joining Zeta Phi Sigma, Soror Reed held office with Delta Psi Sigma Seattle Alumnae chapter as their 2nd Anti-Basileus; as well as the Basileus of her undergraduate chapter of Beta Epsilon in South Carolina. Soror Reed received her B.S. in Biology from Benedict College in Columbia, SC. Her goal as a member of Zeta Phi Sigma Alumnae Chapter is to leave a positive impact on Pierce County. There is so much to be done to help our community and she wants to help be a part of the change needed.
Soror Karen Watts-Jones is a native from Lexington, KY. She recently reactivated with the Zeta Phi Sigma Alumna Chapter, Tacoma, WA in effort to connect with professional and talented women that have a passion to give back to their community, but more importantly, the desire to be a positive influence to the youth of our community. She believes it is imperative that our youth see progressive professional women willing to invest in their future in addition to providing support and hope to the disenfranchised. She joined Sigma Gamma Rho over 35+years ago as a Chapter member of Eta Phi Chapter at Western KY, University. After serving her country and retiring, she is excited to be reunited with the Sorority and the dynamic women of Zeta Phi Sigma that have pride, purpose and a vision. Education:Bachelors of Science in Health Care and Community Health, from Western KY University, Bowling Green KY.
Soror Sylvia Cook was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and joined this beautiful sisterhood in the fall of 1989 at Cheyney University with three other young ladies. She is a former US Marine and recently relocated to Tacoma Washington in December 2018 from Douglasville, GA.
Soror Valencia Tapia is from Lawton, Okahoma, and moved to Washington State in 2014. She joined this Great Sorority Spring 2012 through the Iota Chapter at Langston University in Langston, Oklahoma, where she also received her Bachelors of Business Administration in Management. She currently resides in Puyallup, Washington, with her husband and son. She is currently the Assistant Marketing Director at South Hill Mall, but later plans to become an Entrepreneur. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family , watching Korean Dramas, and traveling as much as she can.
Soror Taylor joined the Omicron Gamma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., in Fall 2016. She Graduated from Georgia State University with a B.S. in Exercise Science and a Certification in Exercise Physiology. She is currently an Active Duty Officer in the United States Army, and pursuing a M.S. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
Soror Renee Walker chose Sigma Gamma Rho 27 years ago because I fell in love with the sisterhood and the community service. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in American Ethnic Studies. She is currently the Operation Administrator for Financial Design Group.
Soror King is a native of Toledo, Ohio. She joined Sigma Gamma Rho in 1992 through the Delta Phi Chapter, at The Ohio State University. She joined this wonderful collegiate organization working alongside women who are professional and have a desire to help strengthen communities with their talents. She moved to the Pacific Northwest in 2013 and has worked with numerous professional Sigma women here in the area. Soror King has a Master in Teaching and Business Adimistration as well as a B.S in Public Health.
Soror Natasha Myers is from Fayetteville, North Carolina and a true Southern belle at heart. Outside of being a single mother of three children, she is a full time Internal controls & investigations manager with the Department of Social & Health Services. While juggling being a mom and having a demanding career, she is also pursuing my bachelor's degree in Business Administration with concentration in Organizational Leadership. Natasha chose Sigma Gamma Rho because she fell in love with everything this organization stood for. Growing up, she wanted to join a sorority, but a preference never crossed her mind. At that time, it was all about "status" and not the true meaning behind joining a sisterhood. As she got older, that ship sailed until she met a Philo who introduced her to Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. From day one, she felt welcomed, comfortable and could see the love these women had for one another, the organization and their mission. The more she learned about Sigma Gamma Rho, she knew this was the organization for her. "This is a family of educated, loving, supportive women who selflessly give their time to community work, provides education in various ways and who are determined to be a positive influence to all they encounter". Being a member of this organization has encouraged and motivated her to be the best woman, mother, leader and Soror she can be. She is beyond blessed to belong to SGRHO and will do her part to continue the traditions of this great organization.