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Name The Core Values
- Life Long Learning
- Leadership through service
What did Mary Kay Ash Say about Sales
"Pretend everyone around you has a sign around their neck that says,'make me feel important' not only will you succeed in sales but you will succeed in life."
When and Where was Phi Sigma Sigma founded?
November 26th, 1913 Hunter College New York
Who were the founders?
Lillian Gordon, Ethel Gordon, Josephine Ellison, Shirley Cohen, Fay Chertkoff, Claire Wunder, Estell Melnick, Rose Sher, Jeanette Lipka, Gwen Zaliels
What are the twin ideals?
The brotherhood of mankind and alleviation of the world's pain
What is the mission statement?
To inspire personal development of each sister and perpetuate the advancement of womanhood
What is the Vision Statement?
Phi Sigma Sigam is a dynamic sisterhood of powerful women fostering uncomprimising principles, igniting positive change and embracing individuality
What is our Flower?
American Beauty Rose
What is our Motto?
Diokete Hupsala- Aim High
What are our colors?
King Blue and Gold
What is our stone?
What is our official Hymn
What is our Symbol?
What is the Mission Statement of the Foundation?
To generate funds for the educational and philanthropic activities of the Fraternity. Encourage life-long learning, and engage in charitable endeavors
What is the Vision Statement of the Foundation?
The advancement of womanhood through personal growth, intellectual development, and selfless giving
Who are the Board of Directors and their positions
- Katie Hershchede- President
- Marianne Cohen- VP
- Kim Hildred- Past gran archon, Secretary
- Judith Slater- Treasurer
- Judith Distler- Past GA, Director
- Pamela Downey- Grand Archon, Director
- Aggie Malter- Director
- Elizabeth Rodriguez- Director
- Melissa Ricketts- Development Officer
- Erin Leahey- Director of Development
- Michelle Soucy- Foundation Consultant
How does the foundation help chapters?
By offering a number of scholarships, fund leadership programming, provide resources for philanthropic and service oriented events
What Does the ACHIEVE Program stand for?
Aspire Challenge Honor Integrity Engage Value Excellence