Operations & Infrastructure
- Work toward digitization of all forms and tool kits.
- Develop the 1920 Marketplace in partnership with IHQ to activate a robust Zeta e-commerce boutique business to sell a wide variety of membership materials, apparel, jewelry and accessories online as both an added stream of income to the sorority and as a service to members.
- Facilitate the redesign of a more dynamic and functional International website to include:
- Digital chapter and asset locator for Zeta chapters across the country
- F.I.N.E.R. (Functional Internal Network to Engage Resources) Members Only Portal, a robust password protected digital community where sorors can ask questions and get problems solved.
Mobilize Zeta around urgent social/political issues affecting people of color including:
- Voting Rights
- Police Reform initiative
- Health & Healthy Living
In addition to current programs such as Zeta Prematurity Awareness, Zetas Have Heart and Mental Health Awareness, we will expand the health and healthy living initiatives to include physical fitness and self care and a focus on health disparities among Black women, including reproductive health and fertility.
Partnerships, Memberships & Alliances
Re-evaluate partnerships, memberships and alliances to determine feasibility, longevity and alignment with Zeta’s strategic plan. Determine how those partnerships can be leveraged programatically and financially and for the benefit of individual members.
Rituals & Observances
Address standardization, efficiency and standard of care with all non-MIP-related rituals and national observances.
Z-HOPE: Zetas Helping Other People Excel through Mind, Body and Spirit Reboot
Update the programmatic manual to reflect contemporary programming and updated incentivization and reporting system.
Stork’s Nest Re-imagined
Leverage the MOD partnership to explore expanded educational options related to fertility and other pre-pregnancy planning.
Women Who Win
Women-owned businesses is among the largest growth industry in the business sector. Unfortunately, businesses owned by women, particularly women of color are disproportionately underfunded and under supported. As the CEO of a small business, small business support is a passion project of Soror Grant. This will be her signature programmatic initiative.