Working Towards a Brighter Future
Based in the great District of Columbia, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Inc. - Gamma Chapter, strives to keep wellbeing at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfill their potential. Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change.
National Theme of the 23rd National President:
Dorothy M. White
"Business and Professional Women Building the Foundation for Generational Financial Empowerment."
We celebrate our past and future as we continue to fertilize and grow this branch of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Incorporated. I celebrate the members of Gamma for their undying commitment, unwavering support, and dedication as they continue to propel Iota Phi Lambda onward and upward through efficient service!
Cory Darden Milam
A MESSAGE FROM
On behalf of the sensational ladies of the Glamorous Gamma Chapter, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our chapter’s website!
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Inc. is the first African American business and professional women’s organization in America with a rich history spanning 86 years. We honor the mission and vision of our Charter Members Benetta Conway, E.C. Cuffey, Marguerite Harvey, Fannie Offut, Victoria Robinson, Florence K. Williamson and Ruth Williams.
Gamma Chapter has established itself as the statement chapter and holds a national reputation of leading with a growth mindset to achieve success! The vision of our Founders and Charter Members have been continuously nurtured and cultivated through the leadership of thirty-four visionary Past-Presidents of Gamma Chapter in Washington, DC.
GAMMA CHAPTER IN ACTION
Bringing Forth Change in Our Community
Your contribution will assist us in awarding deserving students with and providing quality programming in various areas within the community.
The Gamma Chapter awards merit and need-based scholarships to young women driven to earn degrees in business or related professional fields.
"The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don't have any."