A Progressive Sisterhood

Our journey and celebration in Zeta Tau Alpha began as collegians. The future of ZTA depends on its alumnae continuing that journey and celebration. Established in 1922, the Houston Alumnae Association of ZTA is proud to be not only one of the largest alumnae organizations in the country, but also a progressive women’s organization dedicated to our Fraternity and community.

A Diverse Sisterhood

From new college graduates, singles, mothers, working professionals to retirees, our members represent a diverse population of dedicated women and community leaders advancing ZTA ideals. Our members attended universities all across the country, from East to West Coast and Texas too. They reside throughout the Greater Houston area including the downtown area, inside and outside Loop 610, and suburbs north, west and south, including Spring, Katy, and Sugar Land/Richmond. Meeting locations range from the Midtown area to the Tanglewood/ Memorial/ Bellaire areas.

An Award-Winning Sisterhood

HAA of ZTA has been recognized at the state-level as well as nationally for our outstanding service to the fraternity, including the Betty McGehee Scheussler Award, which is the highest honor for all alumnae chapters.  Click here to see our recent awards.