Chapter History

Chapter History

The Zeta Omega Sigma Chapter was chartered on March 6, 1988 by Soror Sandre E. Mitchell, the charter Basileus (President). The other charter members were;

- Kay Merrill

- Shelia Ferrell 

-Thelma Thompson 

-Lois Whitaker 

-Cheri Thomas

-Doris Cross

-Bernese Jones 

-Dr. Hattie Washington

-Valeriie Gunyard 

For 30 years, leading with class and serving with excellence has been a staple among Zeta Omega Sigma chapter members. We will forever continue to in the community through “Greater Service, Greater Progress“.  

As leaders within Baltimore County, Zeta Omega Sigma Sorors have been elected to local, regional, and international leadership roles. Outside of the sorority, Sorors also serve in civic, social, and religious positions within their community. With keeping the focus of the sorority’s national programs, the Zeta Omega Sigma chapter is active in the Baltimore County area with providing services such as toy drives, clothing and blanket collection,  voter registration, school supply collections, mentoring programs, and monetary support. Along with chapter members, these efforts, have been made possible in conjunction with the following partners: 

March of Dimes 

Randallstown Community Ceniter 

PNC Bank 

Panera Bread 

Innterim Housing Shelter

Baltimore county Public Schools 

DoubleTree Hilton

Marriott Hotel 

Green Turtle Restaurant 

Buffalo Wild Wings Restaurant 

Smart Steps Children’s Center 

NAMI 

American Cancer Society 

Susan G. Komen