First, I would like to extend a warm welcome to our beloved sorority of Gamma Phi Beta. My name is Georgia David, the President of the Epsilon Gamma Chapter of Gamma Phi Beta at the University of San Diego. Just a little about me; I am from McKinney, Texas which is north of Dallas, (Go Mavs!) and I am majoring in Marketing and Communication Studies. I am currently a senior and plan to enter the Sports Marketing world when I graduate in the spring.
It is with great enthusiasm, pleasure and honor that I welcome you to our organization that is committed to “fostering a nurturing environment that provides women the opportunity to achieve their potential through life-long commitment to intellectual growth, individual worth and service to humanity.” This phrase is an part of our international Gamma Phi Beta mission and it rings very true here at our chapter.
Joining Gamma Phi Beta is a commitment that our women make for a lifetime of sisterhood, service, support and friendship. It is truly an organization that offers endless opportunities for personal growth and benefits for our members. All of us are very proud to be a part of this sorority that aims to create the highest type of womanhood through implementing the four core values of love, labor, learning and loyalty.
As chapter president I am responsible for overseeing our eight departments: Administrative, Education, Financial, Membership, Public Relations, Chapter Relations, Panhellenic, and Health & Wellness, running our chapter meetings, as well as representing Gamma Phi Beta at USD, in our region, nationally, and internationally.
I can’t even express in words the amount of great support and love I have received from this organization. When you join Gamma Phi, you gain not only four years of sisterhood, fun and opportunities, but also a lifetime of connections and support.
What makes this chapter unique is the diversity of experiences, backgrounds and interests that are housed under our letters. The very first memory I have of Gamma Phi from recruitment is talking football with a member for the entire party and I knew from that moment, these weren’t one dimensional women. This chapter was special and I wanted to know more.
I still can’t tell you what the “GPhi spark” is but I can certainly say that in spending time with this group of incredible women, I feel it radiating from each and every one of them.
One of my greatest memories will forever be leading this chapter and being a part of such a forward thinking, intelligent, charismatic and all around fun collection of women who I am lucky enough to call my sisters.
Please don’t hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
With much love,
President, Epsilon Gamma Chapter
Gamma Phi Beta, University of San Diego