Greater Cleveland Alumni was formed in 1976 in Cleveland, Ohio with 16 dues paying members. The solo purpose of the group was to establish a chapter on the campus of Cleveland State University.  The group was a diverse group of sisters from across the United States.  Delta, Tau, Kappa, Sigma and Epsilon to name a few.  

The 2013-2014 officer of GCAA: President: Megan Strunk, Vice President-Membership: Linda Barath, Vice President-Programming: Patti Hupcey, Vice President-Marketing: Carolyn Walker, Treasurer-Mary Brooks, Secretary- Amanda Stefaniak

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 The richest experience of fraternity life often occurs long after graduation.  Greater Cleveland Alumni is a member organization of National Theta Phi Alpha Fraternity.  The fraternity is a national women's social fraternity that has 50 chapters and 27 alum associations across the United States and is a member of Panhellenic Conference. Participation in Theta Phi Alpha as an alumna is an opportunity that offers social contacts, leadership development, continuance of the friendships developed during undergraduate years and development of new friendships.  

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