Delta Gamma Fraternity Plans Return to Harvard University in Spring 2022

July 15, 2021
Delta Gamma Fraternity is pleased to announce its return to Harvard University in spring 2022. Fraternity leaders and staff have been diligently monitoring the campus climate to find the right time to reestablish its Zeta Phi-Cambridge Area chapter following closure in 2018. With the successful repeal of the Harvard’s sanctions against single sex organizations and the support of the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), we are confident in planning a campus return to offer women at Harvard a sense of community, ongoing personal development, avenues of service and unique leadership opportunities.
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Meet the Fraternity Nominating Committee

July 14, 2021
The nomination process for the 2022-2024 Fraternity Council began on July 1. We have received excellent candidate nominations thus far and look forward to many more between now and December 10, when nominations close. The Fraternity Nominating Committee wants to hear from YOU! Reach out, ask questions and introduce sister you think would impact meaningful change and ensure the future of our Do Good Sisterhood.
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Pride for my child and my sisterhood

June 16, 2021
Jessica Hammond-Brouwer, Beta Pi-Willamette shares her pride for her child and her sisterhood. She collaborates with her transfeminine daughter to share their family's story and steps to support the transgender community in the continued pursuit of doing good.
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My Asian-American Family History

May 25, 2021
Charlie Kovanda, Zeta Rho-Ohio, an alumna initiate and former Delta Gamma Foundation staff member, is currently a mother to a 2-year-old daughter alongside her full-time job as a Vice President in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for JPMorgan Chase & Co. Charlie considers herself a wine and cheese enthusiast and also enjoys running, reading and watching great Netflix shows. During Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, she wants to share her story in hopes to spread awareness, shed light on the needs of the AAPI community and encourage action from AAPI allies and sisters.
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Samara's Story: Reflecting on My Asian Identity

May 20, 2021
​Meet Samara Morris, Alpha Zeta-Lawrence! She is a senior studying music education and clarinet performance and recently served as her chapter president during the 2020-2021 academic year. This month we are celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and we are honored to be sharing stories from our members to provide members the opportunity to lean into our value of educational and cultural interests as outlined in Article II. Samara was adopted from China as an infant and she hopes to share this formative experience with other members of the Do Good Sisterhood.
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Getting to know Jan Yanehiro: Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

April 26, 2021
Jan Yanehiro, Gamma Lambda-Cal State, Fresno, is no stranger to breaking barriers. Jan was one of the first female native-born Japanese-American broadcast journalists, she is also an Emmy winner and Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award recipient, as well as an Academy of Television and Radio Hall of Fame inductee. As the long-time host of the "Evening Magazine" on KPIX TV-CBS5 in San Francisco she shared stories of extraordinary people with her work taking her all over the globe. Jan is currently the Director of the School of Communications and Media Technologies at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco, a role that she has held since 2008.
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Delta Gamma Fraternity Partners with Social Responsibility Speaks for Multi-Year Organizational Equity and Inclusivity Enhancement Effort

April 14, 2021
Delta Gamma Fraternity is proud to announce its new partner, Social Responsibility Speaks (SRS), which will aid the organization in developing and implementing strategies for cultivating a more inclusive and equitable membership experience at all levels of the organization, including staff. Founded on the belief that all humans have a social responsibility to care for one another, SRS works toward a more just society and endeavors to educate others to do the same. The individuals who lead SRS have professional experience as staff of higher education institutions, project work with nonprofits and volunteer-governed organizations and existing relationships with Delta Gamma and other National Panhellenic Conference groups.
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