Women Leadership

Women In Leadership

Greater Women, Greater World

The first 100 years of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. have been groundbreaking, legacy building, and authentic. Get ready for the next 100 years of even greater impactful, significance, and life changing results from local to international levels.

The focus of Sigma Gamma Rho is “Greater Service, Greater Progress.” As we approach a new era of the gold standard, we are wholeheartedly committed to cultivating “Greater Women, Greater World.” To accomplish this, we are positioning our sisterhood, leadership, and service to address the concerns, dreams, and values of all women regardless of race, education level, or socioeconomic status.

Key statistics about women in leadership:

In the U.S. 1
● 50.8% of the population are women
● 47% of women are in the U.S. labor force
● 57% of undergraduate degrees and 59% of master’s degrees are earned by women

Globally 2
● 18% of women hold CEO positions
● 28% of women hold managerial positions, nearly the same as in 1995
● 36% of local government seats are held by women

While every woman may not desire a leadership role, Sigma Gamma Rho is determined to help every woman uncover, harness, and develop the unique leader within. Some will work in Corporate America, some will pursue entrepreneurship, and others will lead in their homes and communities. Regardless of where or how a woman chooses to lead, Sigma Gamma Rho
believes that by helping women to become their greater selves, our world will undoubtedly become a greater place.

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority’s evolved focus will be articulated and amplified through centennial/brand activities, media, and marketing on the following key messages:

Woman Leads


quality education for all people globally.


community accountability for safety and protection of women against all areas of harm.


Greater health and wellness statistics for Black women and their families including but not limited to institutionalize racism inside of the medical system.


impact for all races and ethnicities of women as the destination organization for women’s development.