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Alpha Lambda Zeta
Alpha Lambda Zeta crest
FoundedJanuary 9, 2006; 18 years ago (2006-01-09)
Houston, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia
EmphasisLeadership, fraternal sisterhood, political action and community service
Vision statementLeaders promoting change through service
Motto"Regal Women of Strength, Style and Versatility"
Colors████ Wine,

████ Black,

████ Pearl
PublicationAlpha Almanac
PhilanthropyAlpha Outreach Foundation (501c3), Lambda Action Network, V.O.I.C.E, Youth Empowerment
MembersNon- collegiate
HeadquartersAtlanta, GA

Alpha Lambda Zeta (ΑΛΖ) Fraternity, Inc., an LGBT Greek-Lettered Organization, is a national non-collegiate service fraternity for masculine-identified lesbians who seek to promote positive images of the LGBT community through service to the community and political activism. The organization was founded to provide mentorship, personal growth, and leadership. Membership in Alpha Lambda Zeta is not exclusive to women of a particular race or age. The fraternity was founded in 2006 in Houston, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia.[1][2]


Alpha Lambda Zeta Fraternity was founded on January 9, 2006 in Houston, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia.[3]

The fraternity operates nationally and has members in more than 10 US states such as Nevada, California, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Ohio, Virginia, and Arizona.



Wine, black and pearl[4]

Official plant and mascot

Spruce and Rearing Black Stallion

See also


  1. ^ Ladd, R. (June 21, 2008). "Lesbians Are Embraced in a Fraternity Like No Other".
  2. ^ "Youth Pride Services - Introducing Alpha Lambda Zeta Fraternity, Inc". Youth Pride Services. Archived from the original on 2014-03-27. Retrieved 2014-03-26.
  3. ^ Ladd, R. (June 21, 2008). "Lesbians Are Embraced in a Fraternity Like No Other".
  4. ^ "Pledge into a Change - Lesbian Sororities Spreading Across the Nation". Mary J. Canbus - Yahoo Contributor Network. Archived from the original on 2014-03-27. Retrieved 2014-03-26.