Alumnae Board - Coming Soon!
Zeta Phi is forming an alumnae board to help coordinate with our wonderful alums all over the world. This exciting project will facilitate relations between current members and alums, and help alumnae keep in contact with the chapter as they head off around the world to do their amazing work.
We are still determining the members of this board. If you are interested in being a part of this initiative, please contact email@example.com for more information.
Jessica O. Matthews, '10
Harvard Foundation 2012 Scientist of the Year
Jessica O. Matthews, Harvard class of 2010 and Zeta Phi alumna, has been named the 2012 Scientist of the Year by the Harvard Foundation for Race and Intercultural Relations. Jessica received the award with her classmate and business partner, Julia Silverman, for their invention of SOCCKET, a soccer ball that stores kinetic energy that can later be used to provide electrical energy. This novel toy, intended to provide play and power in impoverished areas all over the world, will be distributed in countries including Haiti and Nigeria in the coming year. Zeta Phi is proud of the innovative accomplishments of our wonderful sister.