Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources

In collaboration with the Inclusion Committee, National Council, staff members and third-party professionals, ZTA has developed key resources to aid our diversity, equity and inclusion efforts. The resources below are primarily available to ZTA members.

Check back soon for external resources; we will update this page with additional DEI resources.

With professionals in the field of diversity, equity and inclusion, ZTA developed peer-facilitated workshops focused on inclusion and belonging called My Sister, My Responsibility®: Seeking Understanding that are available to both alumnae and collegians. These workshops are also available online and in print for any fraternity/sorority chapter or campus community to access and facilitate and address the topics of:

  • Personal and social identities
  • Genuine conversations
  • Microaggressions
  • Cultural appropriation
  • Power and privilege
  • How to support sisters of all different backgrounds

ZTA provides a virtual module on diversity, equity and inclusion for all collegiate members, advisors and volunteers who work with collegians which addresses the topics of:

  • Identities
  • Power and privilege
  • Oppression
  • Bias
  • Allyship
  • Creating a culture of respect

All members of a chapter’s Executive Committee are required to complete this virtual module prior to formal officer training.

ZTA provides its volunteers, alumnae chapter officers and staff a virtual module on diversity, equity and inclusion, which addresses the topics of

  • Identities
  • Power and privilege
  • Oppression
  • Bias
  • Allyship

All Alumnae National Officers, including board members, are required to complete the module within a leadership cycle.

ZTA requires collegiate chapters to appoint a member to serve as the Inclusion Chair officer position on Program Council. The Inclusion Chair’s goal is to create a sense of belonging for members of the chapter and educate them on diversity-and-inclusion-related topics. Each chapter receives a detailed description of the chair’s duties, and the Inclusion Chairs receive ongoing training to equip and prepare them to lead.