The Phi Upsilon Zeta Chapter

Chapter History

Although Loudoun County, Virginia had been considered one of the richest counties in America for many years, there was still a large population of the community that remained underserved.  Many Sorors lived and or worked in Loudoun County, but there was no Zeta chapter in the county. There were many meetings and discussions about chartering a chapter in Loudoun County for years, but it never came to fruition. Finally, on Sunday, April 8, 2008, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., Phi Upsilon Zeta Chapter was chartered. The chartering ceremony took place on the campus of Broad Run High School, in Ashburn, Virginia, and was presided over by Sorors Bettye Murchison, Eastern Regional Director and Marian Barnwell, Virginia State Director. 


Upon its chartering, Phi Upsilon Zeta became the first National Pan Hellenic Council organization to charter a chapter in Loudoun County, Virginia, and in 2013, the chapter became a charter member of the Loudoun County National Pan Hellenic Council.

Charter Members

 -Kendra Glover | Eta Theta Chapter | Virginia Commonwealth University;

 -Bertha Sloan, | Rho Alpha Chapter | Hampton University; 

 -Suzanne Volpe | Alpha Phi Zeta Chapter | Richmond, Virginia;

 -Constance Willingham | Kappa Lambda Zeta | Lexington, Kentucky;

 -Pamela Jacobs | Omega Chapter | Winston Salem State University;

 -Ericka Williams | Chi Kappa Chapter | University of Missouri, Columbia

Chapter Officers

Peggy Tatum


Lorrie Sinclair-Taylor

1st Anti-Basileus


Shakela Brown

  2nd Anti-Basileus

Staci Miles


Ayanna Tweedy






Phi Upsilon Zeta Chapter Members

Lolita Jamison



Kadeen Shaw

  Tamias Grammateus


Taunysha Bailey    Grammateus

Sarah Simmons


Marijia S. Bailey


Glenda Baul

Kendra Barlett

Antoinette Carr


Shirley Chambers


Kendra Glover

Tamiko Graves


Jade Morman

Phyllis Thaggard

Linda Deans


Shana Caldwell


Nicolette Johnson

Nyaka Johnson


Kadeen Shaw

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