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Barbara Barrie (Omega, University of Texas) — Noted TV, Broadway stage actress. Leading roles in "Tucker's Witch", "Barney Miller" and "Suddenly Susan" on TV, on Broadway in "California Suite."

 

Marilyn Beck (Xi, University of Southern California) — Nationally syndicated Hollywood columnist and widely-published author

Harriet Beloff (Epsilon Alpha, Michigan State University) — Figure skater, 1956 Olympic gold medal winner.

Carol Lynn Blum (Alpha Eta, University of Miami) — Miss Florida 1965, Third runner-up Miss America 1965.

 
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Nancy Goodman Brinker (Mu, University of Illinois) — Founder of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Research; appointed in 2001 as Ambassador to Hungary.

 

Lillian Copeland (Xi, University of Southern California) — Olympic athlete; broke world and Olympic records in 1932 Olympic games in discus.

Karen Feld (Nu, University of Pittsburgh) — Free-lance journalist and national public speaker on Congressional, health and women's issues in Washington, D.C. Frequently published in "Family Circle", "People" and "Parade." Regular columnist in "Capital Hill."

 
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Kappa, Cornell University) — Supreme Court Justice

 
 
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Elizabeth Meyer Glazer (Sigma, University of Wisconsin) — Co-Founder (with Susie Bernstein Zeegen) of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.

 

Sherrill Hoffman Grean (Epsilon, Newcomb College ) — Producer/Director of "All My Children" TV series.

Lenore Oppenheimer Hershey (Beta, Hunter College) — Senior Editor of "McCall's Magazine." Widely-published author and columnist.

 
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Erica Hill (Alpha Chi, Boston University) — Former anchor on NBC's "Today Show, Weekend Edition"; Formerly with CBS’s “The Early Show” and anchor of “The Saturday Early Show”; current anchor with CNN

 

Judith Hirschfield (Alpha Nu, Carnegie Mellon University) — First woman to teach math at Harvard University.

 
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Randi Kaye (Alpha Chi, Boston University) — Reporter and anchor for CNN

 

Bessie Margolin (Epsilon , Newcomb College) — U.S. Labor Department Appeals attorney. Practices before the Supreme Court.

 
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Stacy Nuvemen (Phi, UCLA) — 2000 Olympic gold medalist for softball

 

Anita Morris Perlman (Omicron, Northwestern University) — First woman to be named Brandeis University's Women of the Year. Also, first woman to chair a B'nai B'rith agency (BB Youth Commission), founded B'nai B'rith Girls, President of 13 civic organizations.

 
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Kelli Kirkland Powers (Phi, UCLA) — Actress and host who has appeared on HGTV's "Take Over My Makeover" and numerous other network shows.

 

Bernice Preisser (Nu, University of Pittsburgh) — First woman president in 40 year history of Pittsburgh Advertising Club.

 
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Charlotte Rae (Omicron, Northwester University) — Leading TV star in own series "Facts of Life". Starred on Broadway as Mammy Yokum in "Li'l Abner."

 
 
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Judith Resnik (Alpha Nu, Carnegie Mellon University) — Second woman astronaut, killed aboard the Challenger space craft.

 

Nan Herman Rich (Alpha Tau, University of Florida) — Past national president of National Council of Jewish Women; member of the Florida state legislature.

Miriam Freund Rosenthal (Zeta, New York University) — Past National President of Hadassah, "Who's Who in American Women", Jewish Federation, Chairman of National Youth Aliyah, Founder of Intercollegiate Zionist Youth Federation of America.

Beth Kersten Saul (Xi, UCLA) — First Jewish woman to be Chairman of the National Panhellenic Conference (1987-1989).

 
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Dinah (Fannie Rose) Shore (Chi, Vanderbilt University) — Top TV and superstar for more than 35 years, president of the Chi Chapter.

 

Ruth Freeman Solomon (Iota, Syracuse University) — Author, Novels: The Candlesticks and the Cross, The Eagle and the Dove, and The Ultimate Triumph.

Annette Greenfield Strauss (Omega, University of Texas) — First woman mayor of Dallas, Texas.

Carol Tuttle (Omicron, Northwestern University) — Founder and partner in Sinnet, Inc. (Tennis spelled backwards), manufacturer of tennis and gold outfits sold nationwide.

Carmen Harvey Warschaw (Phi, UCLA) — Chair of California Democratic Party, Chair of California State Fair Employment Practices commission, 1953 Democratic Convention delegate, L.A. Times "Woman of the Year."

 
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Lauren Weisberger (Kappa, Cornell University) — Author, The Devil Wears Prada, Everyone Worth Knowing and Chasing Harry Winston.

 

Delores Kosberg Wilkenfeld (Omega, University of Texas) — Past President of National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods.

 
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Harriet Freedman Woods (Pi, University of Michigan) — Former Lieutenant Governor, State of Missouri, chair of the Democratic Women's Caucus.

 

Helen Levison Worth (Pi, University of Michigan) — Owns world-famous gourmet cooking school in New York. Author of several cookbooks, including Hostess Without Help.

Susie Bernstein Zeegen (Xi, University of Southern California) — Co-Founder (with Elizabeth Meyer Glazer) of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.