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SIGMA GAMMA RHO SORORITY, INC.

Gamma Tau Sigma

ALUMNAE CHAPTER

LONG BEACH, CA

SISTERHOOD | SCHOLARSHIP | SERVICE

Welcome

to the official website of the GlamoRHOus Gamma Tau Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. located in Long Beach, CA.  Our chapter's purpose is to enhance the community through public service, leadership development and education of youth.  On this website you will find information on upcoming community service projects and events, our National Programs, sorority history, and much more!

Thank you for visiting.

ALUMNAE

Alumnae

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UNDERGRADS

Undergrads

AFFILIATES

Affiliates

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About Us

About

Gamma Tau Sigma, an Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., was chartered on December 26, 1964 in Long Beach, California under the leadership of Soror Zephyr Gill, former Western Region Syntaktes.  Gamma Tau Sigma (GTS) was chartered by 10 sorors: Shirley Addison, Gervice Brown, Ethledra Claxton, Arnette Deering, Brenda Hicks, Claudia Hyman, Barbara Keesee, Merry Miles, Rosalind Mills, and Barbara L. Smith.  Gamma Tau Sigma was formed to serve as the advising chapter for the undergraduate chapter, Gamma Kappa, at California State University, Long Beach which GTS still advises today.  We have recently taken over the advisement of the undergraduate chapter, Omicron Rho, at California State University, Dominguez Hills.  Additionally, GTS serves over 60 young women and girls continuously throughout the year through our Rhoer and Rhosebud Affiliates.  Currently, GTS has an active membership of over 45 sorors and continues to grow in membership. The chapter has received a number of awards and honors including Western Region Chapter of the Year in 2019/20 and Outstanding Chapter Performance in 2022/23. 

Sisterhood

can be hard to find.

We get it.

That's why for nearly 60 years, we've been cultivating bonds with like-minded women, just like you, who are ready for something greater

 

The beauty of being in a chapter so diverse in age, backgrounds, and experience, is that the opportunities for learning never cease. I realize that as technology continues to advance, we must take time to enlighten our elders. At the same time, as new members join, we must constantly mentor and guide them on this journey. There is always learning going on within my chapter and learning equates to growth, and growth equates to progress. This is truly a gift.

Chantel Vaultz, 1st Anti-Basileus (Vice President)

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Greater World

GREATER WOMEN

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