Spotted: A new player on the sorority scene! In 2020, Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Inc ® (ΗΡΣ) burst onto the scene in Vero Beach, Florida, and is already making waves as an international service organization. This exclusive non-collegiate business sorority is just what the doctor ordered for women founders and professionals looking to network and get ahead, and it was founded by two Black college-educated women and business owners who know a thing or two about success.
Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Inc. (ΗΡΣ), it's all about empowering Black Indigeous People of Color women in business. We're talking resources galore for personal and professional growth, a chance to network with some of the most powerful women in the game, and opportunities for community engagement that can't be beat. Our organization is all about inclusivity, equity, and social justice, and we work hard to promote these values in everything we do.
Want to join the ranks of the elite women who are taking over the business world? Then it's time to pledge your allegiance to Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Inc. Trust us, it's the smart move.
Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Inc.'s mission is to empower and support BIPOC women in business by providing a supportive network and resources for personal and professional growth. The sorority strives to foster an environment of sisterhood, leadership, and education, while also promoting community service and engagement. Through its programs and initiatives, Eta Rho Sigma Sorority aims to uplift and elevate its members and the wider community, with a particular focus on marginalized and underrepresented groups.
Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Inc. has a clear purpose: to motivate, encourage, and support our members in achieving their business education and professional goals. We believe that by providing education and mentorship opportunities, we can empower BIPOC women to reach their full potential and become leaders in their fields.
In addition to supporting individual members, our organization is dedicated to building a stronger community among BIPOC professional women. We recognize the importance of a supportive network in overcoming obstacles and achieving success in both personal and professional endeavors.
Philanthropy and volunteerism are also core values of Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Inc. We feel a responsibility to use our abilities and resources to make positive change in the world and support the communities in which we operate.
Our mission is to create a culture of giving and social responsibility while providing assistance and support to BIPOC women in business.
Our core of our mission lies a belief in the power of unity and collaboration to uplift and serve our community. Through our various initiatives and programs, we aim to inspire and empower our members to become leaders who can drive significant change in their personal and professional lives, as well as in their communities.
We envision a future where BIPOC women have access to the same opportunities and resources as their peers, enabling them to reach their full potential in their chosen fields. To achieve this, we are committed to fostering a culture of inclusivity, equity, and social responsibility, where our members are equipped and empowered to make a positive impact on the world.
Our ultimate goal is to inspire and equip BIPOC women in business to become agents of positive change, both within their own communities and beyond. With our support, we believe they can become powerful leaders capable of creating a more just and equitable world for all.
We're committed to creating innovative and impactful programs that support the personal and professional growth of BIPOC women in business.
Our programs are designed to promote the following core values:
Looking towards the future, Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Incorporated is setting its sights high with a philanthropic goal of donating over $25,000 to charitable causes that involve the remarkable Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green and the Ora Lee Smith Cancer Research Foundation. This is yet another example of our unwavering dedication to making a positive impact on the world, as we have already made significant donations to organizations like Habitat for Humanity Restore and Women of Color Leadership Coalition.
But we're not stopping there. Our organization will provide grants to support innovative programs that offer creative solutions to the evolving needs of African descent communities in various fields, including health, education, social services, and cultural and international affairs. By supporting these programs, we can make a meaningful contribution to the world and help build a better future for everyone.
Furthermore, we're actively working towards achieving non-profit corporation status under Section 501 (c)(3) of the tax code. This will allow us to continue our charitable and educational efforts for years to come. With these exciting plans in motion, the future looks bright for Eta Rho Sigma Sorority, Incorporated.
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