Who We Are


The women of Gamma Phi Beta are young women who strive for success in the classroom, on campus, and throughout the community. Whether it is through student organizations, study groups, or volunteer activities, these women find their passion and share it with one another. Each member knows there is always a sister there to rejoice with her in her triumphs and comfort her during setbacks.

Prominent Gamma Phi Betas

Linda Clarke-Anderson (Oklahoma)
 – founder of OU Crimson Club. Crimson Club was designed to preserve and promote the history, traditions, and overall excellence of the University of Oklahoma through collaboration with some of the University’s finest student leaders. These students share their knowledge with the University community, special groups, and visiting dignitaries. Dedicated in 1998, the Clarke-Anderson room in the Oklahoma Memorial Union honors Linda and D. Kent Anderson and their family.

Kristin Chenoweth (Oklahoma City)
 – Actress, singer and 1999 Tony Award winner for Best Featured Actress in a Musical (“You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”); 2009 Emmy winner for Best Supporting Actress (“Pushing Daisies”)

Alexandra “Alex” Wystrach Flanagan (Arizona)
 – Sports journalist for the NFL Network, sideline reporter for Notre Dame home football games; former sideline reporter for ESPN

Bailey Hanks (Coastal Carolina) – 
Broadway actress, Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde: The Musical”

Heather McDonald (Southern California) – Comedian on “Chelsea Lately,” actress, author

Sarah Richardson (Western Ontario) 
- Star of the HGTV design shows: “Room Service,” “Design Inc.,” “Sarah’s House,” “Sarah 101” and “Sarah’s Cottage”

 
Our Founding

Our Founding

November 11, 1874
Syracuse University
Syracuse, New York

Our Flower

Our Flower

Pink Carnation
Lasting and enduring flower

Our Formal Colors

Our Formal Colors

Light and Dark Brown

Our Badge

Our Badge