From astronauts to actresses, doctors to senators, many prominent women in American history and pop culture are sorority alumnae. These women have made significant contributions to society in many different ways and serve as role models to some. Here are only a few sorority alumnae who have made a difference:
AP Photo, Laura Bush

Laura Welch Bush, First Lady of the United States and a prominent advocate for children’s literacy, teacher education and early childhood preparation for learning, is a KAPPA ALPHA THETA alumna of the Beta Sigma chapter at Southern Methodist University.
AP Photo, Ashley Judd

Ashley Judd , an actress whose credits include A Time to Kill, 1996, Kiss the Girls, 1997 and Double Jeopardy, 1999, is a KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA alumna of the Beta Chi chapter at the University of Kentucky.
AP Photo, Harper Lee

Nell Harper Lee, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of To Kill a Mockingbird, is a CHI OMEGA alumna of the Nu Beta chapter at the University of Alabama.
AP Photo, Joan Lunden

Joan Lunden, a television journalist, author and the national spokesperson for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, is a DELTA GAMMA alumna of the Eta chapter at California State University, Sacramento.
AP Photo, Georgia O'Keeffe

Georgia O'Keeffe, famed artist and recipient of the nation's highest civilian honor, the Medal of Freedom, is a KAPPA DELTA alumna of the Beta chapter of the Chatham Episcopal Institute.
AP Photo, Condoleezza Rice
Dr. Condoleezza Rice is the U.S. Secretary of State, a former Provost of Stanford University and former Deputy Director for Eastern European and Soviet Affairs in the National Security Council. She was the youngest, first female and first African-American to hold this second-highest position at Stanford and is an ALPHA CHI OMEGA alumna of the Gamma Delta chapter at the University of Denver.
Home :: Alumnae :: NPC :: Reputation :: Service :: Values :: Sources :: Contact Risa