Members

Founders Reynolds and Wallace Beta Pi Sigma Sorority, Inc. is a business and professional organization, organized in February 1945, in Los Angeles, California, by Sarah P. Reynolds and Thelma L. Wallace, and incorporated under the laws of the State of California in April 1945.

The purpose of the Sorority is to stimulate civic, educational and cultural interest in its members by promoting tangible projects for the betterment of the community or communities wherein this corporation exist. Beta Pi Sigma Sorority provides scholarships to worthy students to further their education in the business and professional world.

The Sorority is a non-profit, non-partisan organization open to women regardless of race, creed or national origin. The organization is supported by the dues and gifts of its members.

Since its inception, the Sorority has expanded to encompass more than twenty (22) active chapters. These chapters are located throughout the continental United States and are organized into four regions.

North Eastern Region: Illinois
South Eastern Region: Louisiana, Georgia
Northern Region: Northern California, Washington

Southern Region: Southern California, Nevada

Local
Chapters and Year Established

Alpha

Los Angeles, CA

1945

 

Sigma

Hayward, CA

1988

Beta

Berkeley, CA

1956

Tau
Long
Beach, CA
1990

Delta

San Francisco, CA

1958

Phi Pittsburg,
CA
1991

Epsilon

Los Angeles, CA

1961

Chi Chicago,
IL
1992

Zeta

Pacomia, CA

1962

Alpha
Beta
Daly City, CA 1995

Theta

Coastal Regional, CA

1974

Alpha Gamma Carson,
CA
1995

Iota

San Pablo, CA

1962

Alpha Delta Santa Ana, CA
City, CA
1998

Lambda

Lompoc, CA

1974

Alpha Epsilon Las Vegas,
NV
2004

Mu *

San Diego, CA

1990

Alpha
Zeta
New
Orleans, LA
2005

Nu 

Chicago, IL

1976

Alpha
Theta
Flossmoor,
IL
2007
* Chapter Reactivated

 

Through our commitment, and dedication to our youth, Beta Pi Sigma
Sorority has established a relationship within the communities of our
chapters that will last a lifetime! For more information e-mail
BPSSI.