Girls On The Run – February 21, 2023
Gamma Phi Beta’s philanthropic partner is Girls on the Run, an organization that inspires girls of all abilities to recognize their individual strengths while building a sense of connection in a team setting. Volunteer coaches facilitate lessons that blend physical activity with life skill development to enable girls to adapt to whatever comes their way. At the end of the season, the team completes a 5K together, which provides a tangible sense of accomplishment and sets a confident mindset into motion. Nina Lambert, a GOTR volunteer who has served in many roles, tells us more about this wonderful organization and how Eta Chapter members can help.
Girl Boss – October 24, 2022
This webinar’s topic is “Girl Boss” and we have two amazing sisters who will share their professional journeys, lessons learned along the way and advice for all of us.
Carolyn Lai Moore – Carolyn was key to helping companies like Yelp and Class Pass grow and go public and now focuses on empower women and BIPOC professionals expand their careers.
Jennifer Kurumada Chuang – Jen started in retail and later owner her own franchise and then pursued a path in early child development and now owns a multi-grade child care center and preschool. In addition, Jen has volunteered her time and extraordinary talent to her local school district, Gamma Phi Beta Sorority, and charities.
The Impact of Women in Law - September 24, 2020
This webinar was recorded on September 24, 2020. Three alumnae who work in the legal field were our panelists and shared their experiences and perspectives on their law careers and provided recommendations to those seeking to pursue this path.
Rachelle Chong, Leading Government/Regulatory Affairs Expert & Advocate in California
Rebecca Casterline, Assistant District Attorney at Denver District Attorney Office
Christine Roloff, Senior Staff Counsel at California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
COVID-19 and Its Impacts - August 6, 2020
Recorded on August 6, 2020, this webinar's topic is the COVID-19 pandemic and its impacts. Three alumnae who work in the medical and public health fields were our panelists and shared their experiences and perspectives.
Sandra McCoy, PhD, MPH, USC Associate Professor in Residence - Epidemiology and Biostatics
Nicole Gordon, MD, General Surgery Specialist, ER - Mt. Sinai Hospital
Teresa Long, MD, MPH, Ohio State University, Special Advisor - Community Engagement and Partnership