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.
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."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Kappa, Cornell University) — Supreme Court Justice
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Charlotte Rae (Omicron, Northwester University) — Leading TV star in own series "Facts of Life". Starred on Broadway as Mammy Yokum in "Li'l Abner."
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).
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."
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.
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.