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In the Spirit of Sisterhood: The Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Celebrates Its 35th Biennial Grand Boulé in New Orleans

NEW ORLEANS — The 35th Biennial Grand Boulé celebration of Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated will convene in New Orleans, Louisiana from July 25th through 29th of July 2022 under the leadership of National President, Colette McCurdy-Jackson.

The year 2022 marks another special occasion for Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. as they also will be observing their 80th Anniversary. The theme for this year is “Continuing A Legacy of Education, Community Service, and Sisterhood.” The venue for this five-day conference will be the lush New Orleans Marriott Warehouse Arts District, located at 859 Convention Center Boulevard near the historical French Quarter. The venue will also provide hotel accommodations for Sorors and guests attending. This year’s Boulé is hosted by Eta Phi Beta Sorority’s Southern Region and the host city is the Nu Chapter. The Nu Chapter is located here in the city of New Orleans. The in-person 35th Biennial Grand Boulé truly is something the members have been looking forward to after the restrictions of the pandemic. There are also exciting activities that will be open to the public. In spite of the pandemic, their members have consistently given back to the community in the form of scholarship grants, volunteer service, and many hours of charitable activities. Indeed, the organization remains true to its motto, “Not for Ourselves, But for Others.”

Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was founded on October 4, 1942, by eleven courageous and visionary women who attended Lewis Business College in Detroit, Michigan. The vision of the Founders was to promote higher scholastic standards, personal growth, and career awareness and to provide opportunities for community service.

Today, Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., a business and professional women’s organization, is focused on community service and implementing programs through its many chapters in the United States and the United States Virgin Islands. All programs are consistent with the Sorority’s motto, “Not For Ourselves, But For Others.” The two major projects of Eta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. are Services for Children and working with the Intellectually and Developmentally Disabled citizens (IDD). Other programs include Breast Cancer Prevention and Awareness, Career Awareness Programs, Charitable Donations, Domestic Violence Prevention, Programs to Assist Businesses and Professional Women, Scholarships, and Youth Programs.

For more information, visit our website at or you may contact Soror Linda Dove McIntyre, our National Journalist through

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