It is an honor and a privilege to greet you as the current president of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated’s “Outstanding” Omicron Gamma Zeta Chapter (OGZ). Thank you for visiting our website. Since 1990, OGZ has been servicing the Clear Lake and surrounding communities which are in the metropolitan area of Houston, Texas. OGZ is comprised of collegiate women who assist in carrying the legacy of our Sorority’s Five Founders by upholding the principles of
Scholarship, Service, Finer Womanhood, and Sisterhood.
With Zeta Phi Beta being a community conscious action-oriented organization, OGZ has worked fervently in our communities through programs and initiatives by which we support a local women’s shelter, our adopted school, mentor youth, and raise awareness to autism and mental health, prematurity births and women’s health, domestic violence, human trafficking, and social action. We also support our Sorority’s national partnerships such as The March of Dimes. Annually, OGZ awards scholarships to qualifying youth in the community to aid in their pursuit of higher education.
OGZ has a strong presence in our community and it is our goal to continue to capitalize on the relationships we have built with our community partners as well as create new ones and to contribute to meeting the needs of the community. Feel free to connect with us on Facebook and Instagram or check back here for updates. If you would like information on collaborating with us in the community, feel free to contact us here.
Humbly In Service,
Kenisha B. Solomon, Chapter President
Kenisha Solomon became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated on the campus of University of Houston-Downtown, Beta Lambda Chapter, Fall 2004. She has been with Omicron Gamma Zeta for 15 years and served the membership in four previous administrations in various board positions.