Rhea McCarty Ahn, Ohio Beta
NBC's first American woman broadcaster to go behind the Iron Curtain in 1946.
Blaze Berdahl, Pennsylvania Beta
Actress best known for her roles as Lenni Frazier in the children's television series Ghostwriter and Ellie Creed in the film Pet Cemetery (1989).
Mary Elizabeth Blackmon, Louisiana Alpha
Actress and producer known for In the Heat of the Night (1988) and There's No Place Like Home (2006).
Eugenie Bondurant, Alabama Beta
Actress with featured roles in film and television, including The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 and The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It.
Caton Metzler Bredar, Illinois Beta-Delta
Award-winning journalist with nearly 30 years' experience in print, radio and television. She can be heard weekly on XM/SIRIUS Radio.
Anne Bremner, Washington Gamma
Attorney and television personality. She has been visible as a television commentator on several high-profile cases, including in the trial of Amanda Knox, murder of Laci Peterson and the trial of Casey Anthony.
Beth Brickell, Arkansas Alpha
Actress with a role for two seasons in the popular CBS series, Gentle Ben (1967).
Louise Henry Bryson, Washington Alpha
Chair Emerita of the J. Paul Getty Trust. She has had a 30-year career in media, and until 2009 was president of distribution for Lifetime Entertainment Services and executive vice president and general manager of Lifetime Movie Network.
Cheryl Casone, Arizona Gamma
American television news anchor on the Fox Business and News networks.
Edythe Chan, Texas Beta
Ann Turner Cook, Texas Beta
The original Gerber baby featured in Gerber baby food ads.
Imogen Cunningham, Washington Alpha
World-renowned photographer known for her botanical photography and industrial landscapes.
Lisa Bersbach Dalton, Maryland Beta
Author, actress, and stunt double with numerous awards for directing stage, independent film and video.
Jenna Dewan, California Gamma
Actress and dancer best known for her role as Nora Clark in Step Up (2006). She has hosted the reality television shows World of Dance and Flirty Dancing.
Christine Dobbyn, Indiana Zeta
Emmy Award winning journalist who has worked as a major market television reporter for more than a decade. While working at the ABC station in Houston she covered stories including Hurricanes Harvey, Ike, Katrina and Rita and the Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill.
Betty Cole Dukert, Missouri Alpha and Missouri Gamma
News producer, known for her five-decade tenure at Meet the Press, ultimately serving as executive producer.
Faye Dunaway, Florida Beta
American actress whose accolades include an Academy Award, Emmy Award, BAFTA Award and three Golden Globe Awards.
Katelyn Epperly, Illinois Eta
Singer known for her work on A California Christmas (2020), The Stand at Paxton County (2020) and American Idol (2002).
Michele Fazekas, New York Gamma
Television writer and producer. Co-founder of the production company Fazekas & Butters. Credits include Law & Order, Hawaii Five-O, The X-Files and Agent Carter.
Lauren Froderman, California Nu
American contemporary dancer. She is most known for winning the seventh season of So You Think You Can Dance.
Jennifer Garner, Ohio Eta
American actress, producer, and entrepreneur. She gained recognition for her performance as CIA officer Sydney Bristow in the ABC spy-action thriller television series Alias (2001–2006). For her work on the series, she won a Golden Globe Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award and received four Primetime Emmy Award nominations.
Kathy Garver, California Delta
American stage, film, television and voice-over actress most remembered for having portrayed Catherine "Cissy" Davis, on Family Affair. Before that, she was cast by Cecil B DeMille in the film The Ten Commandments (1956).
Julie Jacobson Gates, Washington Gamma
Co-host of the Gene and Julie radio show, Marconi Award-winning morning radio host, featured in the New York Times, USA Today, on American Idol and the Oprah Winfrey show.
Savannah Guthrie, Arizona Alpha
Broadcast journalist and attorney. She is a main co-anchor of NBC's Today Show, a position she has held since July 2012. She is also the author of two children's books: Princesses Wear Pants and Princesses Save the World.
Sarah Selby Harthern, Missouri Beta
Actress best known for Tower of London (1962), Beyond the Forest (1949) and The Hardy Boys: The Mystery of the Applegate Treasure (1956).
Samantha Hayes, Georgia Alpha
National correspondent for CNN Newsource based in Washington, D.C. She files feature stories and breaking news reports as well as providing custom live reports for approximately 800 CNN Newsource affiliates.
Rebecca Hoke Hollen, Texas Beta
Actress best known for Sudden Death (1985), Hart to Hart (1979) and Law & Order (1990).
Marilyn Horne, California Gamma
Mezzo-soprano opera singer. She is a recipient of the National Medal of Arts, the Kennedy Center Honors and has won four Grammy Awards.
Traylor Howard, Florida Beta
Actress whose roles include Sharon Carter on the television series Two Guys and a Girl, and Natalie Teeger on the USA Network series Monk.
Elise Hu, Missouri Alpha
American broadcast journalist who hosts the TED Talks Daily podcast and serves as host-at-large for NPR. From 2015 to 2018, she was the network's first Seoul, South Korea, bureau chief.
Mikaela Hunt, Missouri Alpha
President & Brand Journalist for Mikaela Media, host of the Cbuzz podcast through the Columbus Chamber of Commerce and Host of What Matters with Mindy & Mikaela.
Martha Hyer, Illinois Epsilon
Actress best known for her role as Gwen French in Some Came Running (1958), for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.
Mary Jane Rose Johnson, Texas Gamma
Opera singer counted amongst the great dramatic sopranos and one of opera's premiere interpreters. Her career highlights include the role of Emilia Marty in Janacek's The Makropoulos Case which she sang at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, Lady Macbeth in Verdi's Macbeth as well as Katarina Ismailova in Shostakovitch's Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk.
Julia Kato, California Eta
Actress best known for Rugrats in Paris (2000), Married... with Children (1987) and Batman: The Animated Series (1992).