Sigma Omicron Zeta Chapter (Gwinnett County) is pleased to announce our Pearls of Excellence Scholarship Recipients for 2018.
The Arizona Cleaver Stemons scholarship was awarded to Miss Olubusola Banjoh. Miss Banjoh graduated from Brookwood High School in Gwinnett County and will be enrolling in Harvard University this fall. The Myrtle Tyler Faithful scholarship was awarded to Miss Caroline Wirl. Miss Wirl graduated from Mountain View High School in Gwinnett County and will attend Georgia State University in the fall.
The Fannie Pettie Watts scholarship was awarded to Miss Ramona Deodath. Miss Deodath graduated from Central Gwinnett High School in Gwinnett County and will be attending the University of Georgia in the fall. Soror Dian Dames-Knight, Second Vice President of Sigma Omicron Zeta, presented the awards. All three young ladies exhibited excellence in scholarship and community service. We look forward to seeing the great things they will accomplish in the future.
“Welcome Home Doves”
Sigma Omicron Zeta excitedly welcomed six Sorors home to Zeta this Sororal year. We are proud that these Sorors decided to reclaim their memberships and recommit themselves to doing the work of Zeta. Sorors who reactivated their memberships include the following: Soror Tonya Mompoint, Lambda Nu - Georgia State University; Soror Sharyl White, Chi Theta - University of Delaware; Soror ShaMona Avery and Soror JoQuita Etchinson, Sigma Omicron Zeta - Gwinnett Co.; Soror Ericka Frazier, Delta Beta - Fort Valley State University; and Soror Brandi Wilson, Pi Zeta Zeta - Moreno Valley, CA.