Finer Womanhood is one of the four principles of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. During the last week of February and the entire month of March, members hold events in observance of this principal. Every year the ladies of Gamma Omicron Zeta Graduate Chapter hav a luncheon to honor an exemplary members of our chapter, exemplary members of the community and honor the principal of scholarship by giving scholarships the top graduating female seniors of local high schools.
This year we honored
Zeta of the Year
Kenya I. Pace
Kenya I. Pace joined the Lambda Lambda Zeta Graduate Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. in 2005 while attending graduate school at Clarion University of Pennsylvania. In 2006, she transferred to Gamma Omicron Zeta Graduate Chapter and has served as the chapters 2nd Vice President, Secretary and chairperson of several committees. She currently serves as the Chairperson for the chapter’s Stork’s Nest program, which is a partnership between the Sorority and the March of Dimes.
Woman of the Year
Wincey Terry-Bryant is a professional narrator, author, international singer and Newark, NJ native. Wincey is also a producer of two educational CDs, one cartoon DVD and a book on bullying. Ms. Terry-Bryant is also CEO of the publishing company, Winceycobooks. Through partnerships and Nanababies, the non-profit performing arts troupe, Ms. Terry-Bryant has made the arts and art education accessible for more than 10,000 children in Essex County in underserved areas over the past two decades.
Man of the Year
Councilman Ted Green, a member of the East Orange Third Ward Democratic Municipal County Committee, has been active in the city’s political and civic affairs for over sixteen years. He is a former Aide to New Jersey State Senator Richard J. Codey and currently serves as Council Chairman of the Housing, Licensing and Inspection Committee. He volunteers in a variety of youth oriented activities and has received numerous citations for his exemplary commitment and dedication to community service.
In addition to awards we also had an inspirational dance by sister Fiona Best and honored our youth and auxiliary members.