About the Chapter:
President: Jennifer Haworth, email@example.com
Recruitment Contact: Jenna Barbiere, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter Website: https://www.marylandalphaphi.com/
National Website: alphaphi.org
National Founding Date: October 10, 1872, Syracuse University
Maryland Founding Date: 1961
Philanthropy: The Alpha Phi Foundation
Colors: Silver and Bordeaux
Symbol: Ivy Leaf and Phi Bear
Flower: Lily of the Valley and the Blue and Gold Forget-Me-Not
Chapter House: 7402 Princeton Avenue
GPA Requirement: 2.8
Facebook: Alpha Phi, University of Maryland
Kimberly Williams-Paisley--Actress, "Father of the Bride," "According to Jim"
Georgia Neese Gray--First woman treasurer of the United States
Marion Roper--Olympic bronze medal-winning American diver
Alpha Phi was the first women's society to use Greek letters as an emblem!
Alpha Phi is pronounced Alpha "fee" (long "e") not "fie," because a Syracuse Greek professor informed the founding sisters that it was the correct Greek pronunciation!
Decorate bears instead of paddles because their symbol is the Phi Bear!