Alpha Alpha Chi Zeta Chapter
Serving Monmouth and Ocean Counties

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is a national partner with several service organizations:

  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Refuge System)
  • American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)
  • March of Dimes
  • American Cancer Society
  • St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
  • Women Veterans Rock


Alpha Alpha Chi Zeta Chapter is a local supporter of these organizations in addition to our national partners:

  • The Center in Asbury Park
  • Monmouth Care Center
  • 180 Turning Lives Around

Recent Projects

Chapter History

Z-H.O.P.E., or Zetas Helping Other People Excel, is an outreach service program 

The objectives are:


  • To provide information and perform activities to the communities we serve.
  • To foster collaborative partnerships with community organizations who share our goals.
  • To promote the opportunities for expansion of Stork’s Nests (our prematurity prevention program.
  • To facilitate community service and mentorship opportunities for members of the organization.

What We’re Doing

Alpha Alpha Chi Zeta Chapter was established as the 13th graduate chapter in New Jersey under the 13th State Director on July 21, 2015.  The chapter functioned under the name Monmouth County Graduate Chapter until the chartering ceremony on August 22, 2015, where the actual chapter name was shared. The chartering ceremony was performed by Valerie Hollingsworth (Baker), National First Vice President; Janet Y. Bivins, Esq. Atlantic Regional Director and Gina Merritt Epps, Esq., New Jersey State Director. It is the first four letter graduate chapter in the State of New Jersey and has the largest number of charter members.


​Alpha Alpha Chi Zeta Chapter was chartered by Chasity McDonald, Tiffany Cox, Pamela Felder, Sandra Rodriguez, Kenya Pace, Stephanie Chapman, Tracy Lynn Davidson-Durham, Nehemiah Smith, Karen Odom, Dawn Joi Durant, Alisha Garner-Dickerson, Kimberly Hinnant-Logan, Esq, Iyeshia Jefferson, Shemea Marshall, Sadjah Muhammad, Shalonda Tanner, Kimberly Tetterton and Patricia Thomas who were later self-proclaimed “The Great 18”.