Lambda Eta Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated has a broad knowledge base of nursing expertise. The chapter consist of educators, clinicians, advance practice nurses, neonatal, obstetrics/gynecology, entrepreneurs as well as nurses in the corporate arena. The chapter’s broad nursing knowledge base and expertise in minority health allows Lambda Eta to skillfully and enthusiastically implement the chapter’s mission and vision. It also allows the chapter to implement Chi Eta Phi Sorority’s motto: “Service for Humanity”. We are a co-ed professional nursing organization for registered nurses and nursing students representing many cultures and diverse ethnic backgrounds.
Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated is an international nonprofit service organization. The organization was chartered in 1932 in Washington, D. C. The chapters are grouped into five regions according to geographic location. Lambda Eta Chapter is located in the Middlesouth Region. The states located in the Middlesouth Region are, Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas.
Carol Kelly, a registered nurse from Nashville, Tennessee was interested in organizing a chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated in the Dallas -Fort Worth area. Carol met with Glenda Daniels, and the two began planning to recruit other registered nurses to discuss the sorority and forming a chapter. On October 11, 1986, twelve registered nurses completed the requirements of forming a chapter and chartered, Lambda Eta Chapter, Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas.
Lambda Eta Alpha Beta- History
Lambda Eta Alpha Beta was chartered on December 1, 2012 on the campus of Texas Christian University (TCU) as the second undergraduate chapter of Lambda Eta (Dallas/Fort Worth). Membership includes current undergraduate nursing students and recent graduates. The undergraduate chapter works closely with the graduate chapter for programs projects, and fundraising. In 2011, Marisol Sigala, a junior at Texas Christian University received an undergraduate scholarship from the Lambda Eta Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. during its annual Glenda Daniels’ Scholarship and Awards Banquet. After hearing about the sorority’s history, mission, and activities, Ms. Sigala voiced interest to Undergraduate Sponsors, Traci Murray and Glenda Daniels, about joining the chapter. It was decided to pursue establishing an undergraduate chapter. By the summer of 2012, information sessions were completed and required paperwork submitted. On October 16, 2012, the Undergraduate Sponsors, Dr. Janie Robinson and Dr. Glenda Daniels met with the interested young ladies and the charter applications were completed. Thirteen young ladies were able to complete all requirements for membership and chartering. They are committed to the mission of the Sorority and the motto “Service for Humanity.”