Georgia State Director
Monaleto C. Irby

State Director's Message

Welcome Brothers and Guests:

Thank You for visiting the State of Georgia website of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Please take time to navigate through the pages and photo albums to see what is happening around the State.

As members of this prestigious organization, Phi Beta Sigma remains on the frontline of social issues. We are dedicated to our motto of “Culture for Service and Service for Humanity”. When our communities are affected we must be ready to mobilize and make our presence known.

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2021 Georgia State Conference Souvenir Journal

The 2021 Georgia State Virtual Conference is here. Click on the picture to download the journal.

Programs & Initiatives

Find out more about our service programs

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Georgia Sigmas

Learn about Sigma at the state level

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Hazing Policy

Take a look at the hazing policy

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 Lastest News

Blue Boots returns to encourage to voter turnout in key Georgia Senate races

The Georgia Sigmas teamed up with the Zeta chapters throughout state of Georgia to encourage voter t . . .

Macon Sigmas adopts elementary school recently named after Congressman John Lewis

The Bibb County School District recently renamed Riley Elementary School after Congressman John Lewi . . .

Georgia Sigmas Virtual Brotherhood Development Day – A Great Success

While the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the face-to-face interactions to be limited and few, the Brot . . .

 Recent Photo Albums

Blue Boots on the Ground Voter Participation Initiative 2

Sigmas and Zetas returned the streets to encourage citizens to get back back to the polls for the January 5, 2021 Georgia Senate runoff.

Blue Boots on the Ground Voter Participation Initiative

Chapters throughout the state of Georgia teamed up local chapters of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. to encourage citizens to vote in the January 5, 2021 Georgia Senate runoff.

John Lewis Elementary School Renaming Ceremony

The Gamma Pi Sigma Chapter of Macon provided two scholarships to well-deserving students in the Macon-Bibb County School District.