The Artemesia Brummell Scholarship Recipient
Ms. Jordyn Butler
The Artemesia Brummell Scholarship is given to honor and remember a member of Eta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated. The only child of George and Cora Winkfield, Art, as she was affectionately called, was born on March 26, 1911 in Utteringtown (Lexington), Kentucky. After graduating from Dunbar High in 1930, she attended Wilberforce University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in Home Economics. Soror Brummell pursued graduate study at the Universities of Chicago, Iowa, and Kentucky. She began her teaching career at Douglas High School in Lexington, Kentucky.
Soror Brummell was a devoted member of the Eta Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. A firm believer in the value of an education, she knew that the sisterhood to which she belonged would be enhanced through the support of young women who desired to further their education. With scholarship being one of the major tenets of the sorority her intent, through her benevolence at the time of her death, was to ensure that a young woman would be the recipient of an annual scholarship.
Triumphant Founder Arizona Cleaver Stemons Scholarship Recipient
Ms. Hailey Mize
Triumphant Founder Arizona Cleaver Stemons (1898 – March 1980), born Arizona Leedonia Cleaver, was an American social worker. While she was a student at Howard University in 1920, she was one of the five founding members of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, and its first president. Arizona Leedonia Cleaver was born in Pike County, Missouri, and raised in Hannibal, Missouri. Arizona Cleaver Stemons organized the Philadelphia graduate chapter of Zeta, and remained active nationally as the sorority’s first president emerita for several decades, and was a popular speaker at Zeta events into her seventies. “This country of ours,” she said in a speech in 1952, “must oppose movements that divide the races and seek an economy that will feed, clothe, and house the nation, without regard to race, creed, or national origin.” After 1933 she worked as a social worker in Philadelphia, working with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and for the city’s Department of Public Welfare.
Triumphant Founder Pearl A. Neal Scholarship Recipient
Ms. Cierra Collins
Triumphant Founder Pearl A. Neal was one of the five co-founders of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, and a Life Member. Pearl Neal was born in Charlotte, North Carolina. She exhibited a degree of excellence in music and attended the Lincoln Academy in King’s Mountain, North Carolina. Upon completion of her studies at the Academy, she entered Howard University where she earned a Degree in Music. She earned her Master’s Degree in Music from Columbia University, New York, in 1938, thus becoming the first black woman in the state to earn this degree. Founder Pearl Anna Neal began her career in the field of Education in Americus, Georgia, teaching briefly in Crockett, Texas. She completed her career in Winston-Salem Schools in 1966. She was extremely active in church and community activities. Founder Pearl Anna Neal’s triumphant life ended in January 1978, in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Scholarship Applications for 2022-2023
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