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  • Akwaaba!

    Sigma Mu Sigma (Ghana Sigmas) Chapter would like to thank our Sorors of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and our Brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. for the outpouring of support. It has been a dream of ours to start a chapter in Ghana, the home of Honorable Bro. Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. The members of this newly chartered chapter have been Sigmas in various chapters for decades and about half of us reside on the continent. Others travel back and forth regularly. Please continue to follow us and reach out to keep abreast of all the exciting things we will have coming up soon including new items in the SMS eMarketplace which fund our various projects.

     

    Engage with us online through @GhanaSigmas on Instagram

  • The Brothers of Sigma Mu Sigma and Sisters of Gamma Alpha Sigma Zeta

    present

    November 27, 2020

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  • What You Missed During Chartering Week

    February 26 - March 1, 2020

    Welcome

    WednesdAY, Feb. 26

    9:00am - Breakfast OYO

    10:30am - Trip to Parliament (Bro. Amo)

    6:00pm - Meet & Greet Social at Afrikiko
    attire: Blue polos, khaki pants

    Tours

    Thursday, Feb. 27

    7:00am - Breakfast OYO

    8:00am - Trip to Cape Coast Castle

    12:00pm - Lunch OYO

    6:00pm - Dinner at Fat Fish
    attire: Sigma T-Shirts

    Service Project

    Friday, Feb. 28

    7:00am - Breakfast

    8:00am - Travel to Borehole Project

    10:00am - Ceremonial Opening of the Water for Life Borehole Initiative

    2:00pm - Trip to the Market

    6:00pm - Dinner OYO

    attire: Blue polos

    Chartering Ceremony

    Saturday, Feb. 29

    7:00am - Breakfast OYO

    8:00am - Bus leaves from hotel

    9:00am - Chartering Ceremony

    12:00pm - Lunch OYO

    2:00pm - Brothers depart

    attire: Sigma Dashikis, black pants

  • SMS eMarketplace

    Dear Brothers and Sisters,

     

    We are beginning to resume sales, though there are some limitations in terms of what can be shipped from Ghana to other parts of the world. We simply ask that you be patient, as some items will take longer than others. As always, the net proceeds of these sales help our chapter fund various projects in Ghana.

     

    While we build a new well for $4000, it takes an annual amount of $300 to maintain the well. This means testing the water, replacing any damaged wires and ensuring that the pumps are working properly. For more information please contact Brother Wayne A. Francis, Social Action Chairperson at GhanaSigmas (at) gmail.com.

     

    For those that have already purchased items, we are doing our best to get them shipped to you as soon as possible. You can always direct questions to ghanasigmas (at) gmail.com

     

    Thank you for your patience and understanding.

     

    Payment info: You will login to PayPal.com and send the amount of your total order plus shipping. If you don't have an account, please create one. Once you login to PayPal.com select 'send money' under the Tools tab. Enter the amount you owe including shipping, then place the Order# and details (sizing, instructions) in the note section. You will select 'Send to someone you trust' and process payment. This saves you PayPal fees and allows us to receive funds directly as not to delay your order. All orders are processed as quickly as we can. Please remember that all items are made in Ghana, and that means shipping can be delayed. During the pandemic some carriers are not operating, but we will get you the order asap. Please email us if you have any questions.

    Zentennial LOVE Tshirt
    Zentennial LOVE Tshirt
    24.95
    Limited edition shirt for Zetas only! Net proceeds from this shirt will go towards supporting the Zetas in their efforts to mentor young girls locally. Individual shirts are $24.95.

    Order 5 or more and it's only $19.20 each and we will even throw in your chapter or line name on the sleeve for free of charge! Please note there are very few of these available. Once they're gone, you will be backordered!

    For orders not going to NYC (but still in U.S.), make sure to add $10 for shipping (1-3), $25 for 4+ shirts.
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    Zetas Blue Kente Bag
    Zetas Blue Kente Bag
    19.99
    Hot off the presses, this is a unique bag made in Ghana that will support Zeta's Girls Mentoring initiatives. This bag features original Kente cloth fabric handles and heart. Only $19.99 plus s/h. Discounts available for 10 pieces or more.

    For orders not going to NYC (but still in U.S.), make sure to add $10 for shipping.
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    Zeta Complete Gift Set
    Zeta Complete Gift Set
    50.00
    Get the complete gift set of a T-Shiki, Bag and Bracelet for only $50 for a limited time! Please choose size below and provide names to be engraved on bracelet in shipping notes.

    For orders not going to NYC (but still in U.S.), make sure to add $15 for shipping.
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    Founder's Dream Set - Two of Each!
    Founder's Dream Set - Two of Each!
    90.00
    This is a great way to celebrate together - two matching Zeta and Sigma T-Shikis, two matching bags, and two matching commemorative bracelets. For more details on each individual item, take a look further down in the store.

    Please make sure to include information about shirt sizes and inscriptions for bracelets in the shipping notes. Shipping is $15.
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    Zeta Edition - Ghana Sigmas Charter Bracelet - Engraved w/ Names
    Zeta Edition - Ghana Sigmas Charter Bracelet - Engraved w/ Names
    19.99
    The Zeta edition of our Charter Bracelet is a limited edition piece made of hand strewn beads and plastic crystal. The brass nameplate is engraved on both sides with ZETA for free, with or without the Gye Name charm. For orders of 10 or more you can get the charm of your choice (Gye Nyame, Sankofa bird, Ghana/Africa map). Each bracelet only $19.99 plus s/h, which directly supports education projects in the region.

    For orders not going to NYC (U.S. only), make sure to add $10 for shipping, $15 for ten.
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    Zeta T-Shiki
    Zeta T-Shiki
    24.95
    The Zetas T-Shiki is a limited edition piece that replicates the original embroidery design of the Sigma Chartering Ceremony dashiki in a cotton t-shirt. This commemorative edition item is available for only $24.95 plus s/h which directly supports education efforts in the region.

    For orders not going to NYC (but still in U.S.), make sure to add $10 for shipping.
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    Zeta Phi Beta Chartering Dress - Limited Edition
    Zeta Phi Beta Chartering Dress - Limited Edition
    250.00
    With such demand, we are offering the full length Zeta Phi Beta Chartering Dress as a limited edition purchase. A portion of the proceeds will go towards startup costs for Zeta activities in Ghana.

    Please refer to the sizing chart. Shipping and handling costs are included.
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    Borehole Maintenance - Adopt a Well!
    Borehole Maintenance - Adopt a Well!
    300.00
    While we build a new well for $4000, it takes an annual amount of $300 to maintain the well. This means testing the water, replacing any damaged wires and ensuring that the pumps are working properly. For more information please contact Brother Wayne A. Francis.
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    Limited Edition Chartering Dashiki - 200/200 Campaign
    Limited Edition Chartering Dashiki - 200/200 Campaign
    200.00
    The limited edition dashiki is now available for purchase. Each one will be numbered from 1-200 as they are produced. For one lucky individual, we are offering the #3 as a bespoke version - designed and customized to your liking. Serious inquiries only. Unlike copycat versions, your contribution will fund two main projects; the Water for Life initiative which brings clean water to rural villages; and our Education 2020 programs serving the youth in Ghana, which includes IT Clubs and other programs. Shipping included. Please email the number (1-200 subject to availability) & size (see chart).
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    Sigma Kente Stole
    Sigma Kente Stole
    19.99
    Whether for the class of 2020 or to wear with your favorite tuxedo, this authentic Kente stole is woven by a local partner in Ghana. It's a great addition to your Sigma closet and makes a great gift for those special occasions. Available in Sigma/Zeta and other D9 orgs upon request.

    Please add $10 shipping if you do not live in NYC and need it sent to somewhere in U.S.
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    SHIPPING - Anywhere in U.S. outside of NYC
    SHIPPING - Anywhere in U.S. outside of NYC
    10.00 - 25.00
    We will arrange for pickup in NYC, but for all other destinations we require a flat fee of $10-15 for shipping and handling. We do our best to keep shipping expenses low.
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    Sigma Complete Gift Set
    Sigma Complete Gift Set
    50.00
    Get the complete gift set of a T-Shiki, Bag and Bracelet for only $50 for a limited time! Please provide names to be engraved on bracelet in shipping notes.

    For orders not going to NYC (but still in U.S.), make sure to add $15 for shipping.
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    Ghana Sigmas Dignitaries Bracelet
    Ghana Sigmas Dignitaries Bracelet
    14.99
    The Ghana Sigmas Dignitaries Bracelet is a Royal Blue and Pure White beaded piece with flat blue plastic. These are part of the commemorative edition collection as the gifts that dignitaries attending the February Charter Ceremony received. Only $14.99 plus s/h, which directly supports the Chapter's Social Action programs. Discounts available for 10 pieces or more.

    For orders not going to NYC (U.S. only), make sure to add $10 for shipping.
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    Ghana Sigmas Charter Bracelet - Engraved w/ Names
    Ghana Sigmas Charter Bracelet - Engraved w/ Names
    19.99
    The Sigma edition of our Charter Bracelet is a limited edition piece made of hand strewn beads and plastic crystal. The brass nameplate is engraved on both sides with SIGMA for free, with or without the Gye Name charm. For orders of 10 or more you can get the charm of your choice (Gye Nyame, Sankofa bird, Ghana/Africa map). Each bracelet only $19.99 plus s/h, which directly supports education projects in the region.

    For orders not going to NYC (U.S. only), make sure to add $10 for shipping, $15 for order of ten.
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    Ghana Sigmas T-Shiki
    Ghana Sigmas T-Shiki
    24.99
    The Ghana Sigmas T-Shiki is a limited edition piece that replicates the original embroidery design of the Chartering Ceremony dashiki in a cotton t-shirt. It is a front design with embroidery printed along with PBS. This commemorative edition item is available for only $24.95 plus s/h which directly supports the Bigger and Better Business programs of the Chapter.

    For orders not going to NYC (but still in U.S.), make sure to add $10 for shipping.
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    Ghana Sigmas String Bag
    Ghana Sigmas String Bag
    19.99
    The Ghana Sigmas Unity Bag is a limited edition Charter item that features a cotton drawstring bag with original Kente cloth fabric. Only $19.99 plus s/h, which directly supports the Education programs of the Chapter. Discounts available for 10 pieces or more.

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  • "Water for Life"

    We've Built One - Help Us Build More!

    Join us - The Borehole Project

    Our goal WAs to raise $4000 - AND WE DID!!

    The Sigma Mu Sigma (SMS) Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity has partnered with TEAM CSR, a registered nonprofit or Non Governmental Organization (NGO) in Ghana in good standing, for the implementation of our initial project in support of their Rural Water Supply in the form of Boreholes to respond to the lack of clean water and related health issues in remote areas of Ghana, West Africa.

     

    Our first borehole was built in Afrokrotia, located in the Eastern Region - a part of the Akwamufie township. It’s a township with over 500 people, surrounded by other smaller townships. The people in this small community are mostly farmers and fishery workers at the nearby Volta Lake. Many of the town’s inhabitants have traditionally fetched water from nearby rivers and streams that are tributaries of the Volta Lake. These streams are heavily polluted with industrial waste as well as contaminants.

     

    Before the borehole was installed, residents of Afrokrotia would make the 7km walk to Akwamufie and other areas to access clean water. The journey to these points made it difficult for children to attend classes on time and from doing their homework. By default, it also forced many in the community to fetch their water from contaminated streams causing waterborne diseases, such as cholera, diarrhea, typhoid fever, etc..

     

    The major concern however had been the lack of potable drinking water for the community which has prompted an overflow of patients at the local clinic for illnesses such as cholera and diarrhea which can be fatal for children. The community had approached the government and local corporate bodies for aid, however these entities have not been able to provide the needed assistance.
     

    Given the lack of clean drinking water and the strained sanitation system, there are severe public health concerns in Ghana contributing to 70% of diseases nationally (World Health Organization). The government and the few water-based NGOs that exist are burdened with requests for boreholes. These entities cannot meet the needs of these requests, in particular those in the rural areas. Therefore, opportunities exist for organizations such as Phi Beta Sigma to provide some level of relief providing boreholes.

     

    At a cost of $4,000 USD, the chapter set out to build a borehole to inaugurate the chartering of a Phi Beta Sigma chapter in the country. The goal was to engage in an impactful sustainable project that will galvanize the communities, churches, government and other stakeholders as to the purpose and the community service agenda of our fraternity. The chapter successfully raised $4000 thanks to brothers of Sigma Mu Sigma, members of the D9 community (other fraternities and sororities) and our regional / international leadership.

     

    We will soon post pictures and additional information about this great achievement, but let's not stop here. Help us build the next three boreholes by purchasing a limited edition chartering dashiki as part of our 200/200 Campaign. If you would like to fund the maintenance of one our boreholes, you can also do that for only $300.

     

    For more information, download the PDF or to contribute click HERE

  • A WORD ABOUT COVID-19

    From the Brothers of Sigma Mu Sigma

    Photo by Gelani Banks on Unsplash

    In uncertain times there is nothing like having the support of a Brotherhood. As the rhythm of our lives are temporarily disrupted let us use this moment to reconnect with family, friends and our brothers. Take time to enjoy the world around you, whether it’s taking a walk in your neighborhood (if you are allowed) or taking some much-needed time to rest. COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) has disrupted just about every aspect of our lives. Our first priority as a “Brotherhood of Conscious Men Actively Serving our Communities” is your health and safety.

     

    We hope you will not be misled by reports that COVID-19 is a hoax or has been exaggerated. We have friends, brothers and members of our families who have taken sick or passed away. This is real, and those that ignore precautions are often those that are passing on the virus.

    As we navigate through COVID-19, we encourage members and friends to be aware of basic health guidance.

    • Please refer to the CDC Website for official updates and recommendations.
    • Depending on where you are, please follow the rules or laws that have been established (quarantine, lockdown, curfew, etc.)
    • If you are sick, please stay home and rest.
    • If you have symptoms that include fever, cough, or shortness of breath, and are unsure if you need medical attention, please contact your personal health provider.
    • Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and/use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
    • Wear a mask - not just for your safety, but the safety of others.
    • Members and friends with underlying health conditions, who take medicines that suppress their immune system, are 65 or older, or who have other risk factors, and who have cold or flu symptoms should consult with their health provider immediately.
    Stay Safe, Be Well.
  • International History

    Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., January 9, 1914, by three young African-American male students. The Founders, Honorable A. Langston Taylor, Honorable Leonard F. Morse, and Honorable Charles I. Brown, wanted to organize a Greek letter fraternity that would truly exemplify the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship, and service.

     

    The Founders deeply wished to create an organization that viewed itself as "a part of" the general community rather than "apart from" the general community. They believed that each potential member should be judged by his own merits, rather than his family background or affluence...without regard to race, nationality, skin tone or texture of hair. They desired for their fraternity to exist as part of an even greater brotherhood which would be devoted to the "inclusive we" rather than the "exclusive we."

    From its inception, the Founders also conceived Phi Beta Sigma as a mechanism to deliver services to the general community. Rather than gaining skills to be utilized exclusively for themselves and their immediate families, they held a deep conviction that they should return their newly acquired skills to the communities from which they had come. This deep conviction was mirrored in the Fraternity's motto, "Culture For Service and Service For Humanity."

    Today, Phi Beta Sigma has blossomed into an international organization of leaders. No longer a single entity, members of the Fraternity have been instrumental in the establishment of the Phi Beta Sigma National Foundation, the Phi Beta Sigma Federal Credit Union and The Sigma Beta Club Foundation. Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, founded in 1920 with the assistance of Phi Beta Sigma, is the sister organization of the Fraternity.

     

    Learn more by visiting our international website.

  • Chapter History

    The Sigma Mu Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. was chartered on February 29, 2020 in Accra, Ghana. The brothers of SMS were joined by an amazing array of friends, family and dignitaries to commemorate this historic event. Dozens of members made the trip from around the world to join us. The SMS brothers have been collaborating for several years leading up to this moment - but the real hard work now begins.

     

    Consistent with the mission and vision of our founders, SMS will be working on a number of programs throughout Ghana. Because of the nature of the continent and West Africa as a whole, Accra will be the hub for activities throughout the country. We encourage members of our organization from around the world to assist us with our goals, and for others to join us on this journey.

     

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    Learn more about the programs Sigma Mu Sigma supports at local, regional, and international level.

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  • Chapter Members

    These brothers are members of Sigma Mu Sigma, Ghana.

     

    Kent Acquah-Abbiw

    Kenny Agyapong

    Eric Amo
    Kofi Apraku Jr

    Anthony Biney-Amissah
    Michael Darko
    Damien L. Duchamp
    Wayne A. Francis
    Bruce Greenidge

    Obed Lartey

    Issac Mireku

    Sydney Moshette III
    Gregory Stephenson

    Bro. Kent Acquah-Abbiw

    CHARTER MEMBER

    Bro. Kent Acquah-Abbiw was initiated as a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. on March 28, 2006 at Montclair State University, Kappa Epsilon chapter. His undergraduate degree was in Criminal Justice Studies, achieved in 2009, and is currently working on a MS in Financial Management. He currently works as a contractor for the Department of Defense in Washington, D.C. area as a Cybersecurity Analyst. His hobbies include community service, working out, and investing.

     

    Bro. Kent is first generation born in the United States, as both his mother and father were both born and raised in Ghana, in Tema and Accra respectively. He looks forward to assisting our brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. with establishing a ground basis for a chapter in Ghana. It is an honor that to help this great organization continue to expand across the international seas and expand on our brotherhood, scholarship and service to the Ghanaian culture. Bro. Kent Acquah-Abbiw looks forward to the day where initiation of brothers occur within this amazing country as we pave the way to spread across the continent of Africa, continuing to march on with the principles our honorable founders left for us.

    Bro. Eric Amo

    CHARTER MEMBER

    Bro. Eric Amo, aka Nana Kwabena was born in Kumasi, Ghana and was raised in Silver Spring, Maryland. He graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with a degree in Sociology, with a concentration in Social Stratification. Since 1999, Nana has been a member of the esteemed Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated. With more than 25 years of experience in software consulting in the private sector and Federal
    government, Nana is a principal Software Engineer. Nana is also the principal owner of PMA Financial Services, where he serves as an independent life insurance agent and broker providing insurance products to individuals, families, and business owners. Nana served and was honorably discharged from the United States Army Corps of Engineers “Essayons” and the Maryland National Guard in 1996.

    Bro. Anthony Biney-Amissah

    Charter Member

    Bro. Biney-Amissah is a successful and seasoned finance executive with more than two decades of experience in both for profit and non-profit sectors in accounting and financial management. He has worked for Synergos, Inc managing accounting duties for their various African country offices. Prior to that, Anthony worked in the Music industry as a senior accountant for Sony and Universal records. Anthony has an eMBA from the Jesse H. Jones School of Business, Texas Southern University and a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from the Jersey City University.

    Anthony pledged and became a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity in Fall, 1987 at SUNY Brockport. Anthony is the Director of the Sigma Beta Club of New York State

    Bro. Michael Darko

    CHARTER MEMBER

    Bro. Darko is a prolific dealmaker who has worked in Investment Banking with JP MorganChase on Wall Street where he focused on Energy and with IC Securities Holding Limited in various African countries executing deals and managing funds. Prior to that, Michael worked in the architectural/ engineering and construction space where he has considerable experience in Project Management, Value Engineering and Energy Efficiency Solutions. Michael is also LEED AP Certified. Michael has an MBA from the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan in the USA and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science from the State University of New York at New Paltz.

     

    Michael pledged and became a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity in Spring, 1999 at New Paltz. Michael is currently the Managing Partner at PhoenixAfrica Capital Management Limited, a boutique investment bank in Ghana with affiliates in the region and is the Executive Chairman of I.M. Group of Companies Limited. Michael focuses on a select group of clients and has closed Transactions in Financial Institutions, Insurance, Leasing, Hospitality, Pharmaceuticals, FMCG's and Agro- processing. Ongoing projects include Infrastructure and Energy including Renewable Energy Projects. Michael is a Director on the Board of various companies including the National Board for Small Scale Industries (NBSSI). Michael is an avid golfer and a member at Achimota Golf Club.

    Bro. Damien L. Duchamp

    CHARTER MEMBER

    Bro. Damien Duchamp was born in Paris, France then grew up primarily in New York of the United States. He holds degrees from SUNY New Paltz, Clemson University, and Gwynedd Mercy University. After spending thirteen years as a college administrator he worked in the private sector with beverage and restaurant brands. This led to consulting and teaching. Currently he is a full time faculty member and head of the Department of Hospitality and Tourism at St. Joseph's College in Brooklyn, New York.

     

    Bro. Duchamp became a member of the Omicron Lambda chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. on April 7, 1997 at Clemson University. Damien has served as acting Editor-in-Chief of the Crescent, Director of Programs for the Great Lakes Region and held several chapter leadership roles in Epsilon Sigma chapter. Bro. Duchamp is a Life Member.

     

    Dr. Duchamp is also Executive Director of Hospitalented, a global hospitality education organization. In this role he produces programs in the United States and Ghana, including HospiChallenge, Not So Scary Foods, Art in a Bottle and the Airline Expo. Dr. Duchamp conducted his doctoral research in Ghana, resulting in a dissertation entitled Perceptions of the Hospitality and Tourism Industries by 18-24 Year Olds in Ghana, West Africa. He is committed to developing a vibrant tourism ecosystem in Ghana, and is currently writing a book on the topic.

     

    Dr. Duchamp is passionate about education and tourism entrepreneurship. You can find him online at Hospitalented.org and ProfDuchamp.com

    Bro. Wayne A. Francis

    Charter Member

    Bro. Wayne A. Francis was initiated into Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. in the Fall of 1988 at Hunter College in the NYC Metro Chapter of Theta Gamma. As a current member of Kappa Beta Sigma Chapter (Brooklyn Sigmas) in New York, he has served as a former Co-Chair for the Sigma Beta Club for several years. Wayne is the Chief Operating Officer for Legal Services NYC, the largest Social Justice non profit Civil Law firm in the U.S., serving tens of thousands of low-income people in over 20 different practice areas. Bro. Francis has been regularly traveling to Ghana since 2008, first for humanitarian efforts to help with the Teachers Against the Malaria Epidemic (TAME) where volunteers and teachers partnered to install mosquito nets in the homes of students living in high risk areas, and later he ventured into the Small Scale Mining sector and several other philanthropic efforts promoting his own brand of local economic development projects with the goal of helping schools, small businesses and NGOs throughout Ghana. Serving as a Charter Member this is the ultimate honor come full circle for him. Wayne takes great pride in his "local name" which is also the same as one of his role models for Pan Africanism, our own brother, the Honorable Kwame Nkrumah.

    Bro. Obed Lartey

    CHAPTER MEMBER

    Bro. Obed Lartey is a Spring 2015 initiate of the Delta Zeta Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated. He is a native of the Ga Tribe in Ghana. He is a graduate of the School of Business at Norfolk State University in Norfolk Virginia with a bachelor’s in business marketing. He also attained is Masters of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and Management. He currently serves on the board for Sinava Inc. He is the great great-grandson of King Tackie Tawiah I, the 1st King of the Ga State in Accra.

    Bro. Gregory Stephenson

    CHARTER MEMBER

    Gregory Stephenson is a Government & Labor/Employee Relations professional, with extensive experience and expertise in navigating and managing multiple complexities of legislative and regulatory challenges. Experienced in union and management disputes, arbitrations, mediations, and contract negotiations and in the development of effective strategies and practical business solutions. He is the past Director of Labor and Employee Relations for the 92nd Street YMWHA, a non-profit organization in New York City. Gregory is a graduate of the Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Texas Southern University and holds both BS and AA degrees from Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Florida. He also holds numerous certifications in negotiation, collective bargaining and contract administration from Harvard University and Cornell University. He resides in Brooklyn, New York, and was previously a member of the Kappa Beta Sigma/Brooklyn Alumni Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.

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  • CONTACT US

    PHI BETA SIGMA FRATERNITY, INC.
    Sigma Mu Sigma Chapter
    P. O. Box MB 318 Emerald House 2nd Floor Gowa Lane
    Roman Ridge Accra, Ghana