top of page

Zeta Phi Beta's newest class of honorary members includes 3 gospel music singers!

Photo (l-to-r): Anita Wilson, Chrisette Michele, Ann Nesby

Zeta Phi Beta sorority just got a boost of gospel!

The historic sorority has announced their newest class of honorary members, and Chrisette Michele, Ann Nesby , and Anita Wilson are among the distinguished list.

Chrisette Michele is a Grammy Award winning R&B and gospel singer. She's known for her unique vocal sound and range.

Ann Nesby is a music icon. She is known as the lead vocalist for the group, Sounds of Blackness. She's appeared in a number of stage plays and in the hit musical, "Tina- The Tina Turner Musical."

Anita Wilson is a 3-time Grammy Award nominee. The gospel recording artist sung with gospel great Donald Lawrence for over a decade.

Honorary members are chosen for their career achievements and commitment to civic engagement, which is a core principle of Zeta Phi Beta.

Zeta Phi Beta is part of the nine historically Black Greek-letter organizations. It was founded on the campus of Howard University in 1920.

Other notable members of Zeta Phi Beta include Sheryl Underwood, Anita Hill, Vivica A. Fox, Syleena Johnson, Dionne Warwick, and Chaka Khan.

Congratulations to Chrisette Michele, Ann Nesby, and Anita Wilson!


bottom of page