Pi Beta Phi
Mission and Vision Statement
The mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
The vision of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to be recognized as a premier organization for women by providing lifelong enrichment to its members and contributing to the betterment of society.
Pi Beta Phi was founded nationally on April 28th, 1867. The Oregon Gamma chapter of Pi Beta Phi was founded at Willamette University on June 3rd, 1944.
The official symbol is the Arrow and the unofficial symbol is the Angel. The colors are Wine and Silver Blue.
Pi Beta Phi's values are: Integrity, Lifelong Commitment, Honor and Respect, Philanthropic Service to Others, Personal and Intellectual Growth, and Sincere Friendship.
Dues for New members are $740, dues for current chapter members living in the house are $315 and living out of the house are $365 per semester.
PhilanthropyOur philanthropy is literacy and our national partner is First Book. This is a foundation that gives children their first book to promote the importance of literacy at a young age. In our chapter, we are beginning to work with Grant Elementary in their before and after school programs to help teach children to read and with any other homework needs. In our organization we believe that literacy is often taken for granted and we set out to raise funds and awareness about this issue.
Chapter President: Sabrina Kragness
VP Member Development: Cristina Avila
VP Fraternity Development: Hadley Jackson
VP Finance: Anel Venegas
VP Housing: Anastasia Fedorova
VP Membership: Elise Derby
VP Administration: Jaide Farr
VP Communications: Lizzie Kubitz
VP Philanthropy: Krista Leonard
VP Event Planning: Lexi Hamersly
New Member Coordinator: Melika Kasner
Alumni Contact: Lauren Smith, email@example.com