Soror Amarius Reed Included in Who’s Who in Black Atlanta

Sigma Omega Zeta Amarius Reed Who's Who in Black Atlanta
Sigma Omega Zeta Amarius Reed Who's Who in Black Atlanta Sigma Omega Zeta chapter’s very own Soror Amarius Reed is included in the 19th edition of Who’s Who in Black Atlanta. Get to know our wonderful soror in this Q&A.
Congratulations Soror Reed on being included in the 19th edition of Who’s Who in Black Atlanta.  How were you chosen for this great distinction?
I was afforded the opportunity to apply for one of 25 spots via information sent by our Georgia State Director, Vicki Pearson.  A professional bio of professional and educational accomplishments was submitted, and a panel made the final selections.
What does being featured mean?
I will be included in a publication. that documents the significant accomplishments and outstanding achievements of African-American citizens in the various communities around Metro Atlanta.
Tell us a little more about yourself. What is your profession?
I am a 17-year educator and currently hold a position with Atlanta Public Schools as a K-5 Math Content Specialist. In this position, I support elementary schools in APS with best practices in the area of mathematics.
When did you join Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and the Sigma Omega Zeta chapter?
I fell in love with Zeta in 1999, and became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc in Spring 2019.  Joining the “Stellar” Sigma Omega Zeta Chapter in Rex, Ga.
Do you serve  in any offices within your chapter?
Currently, I serve on the Z-HOPE, Scholarship, and Step/Stroll Committees within my chapter.  As a Z-HOPE committee member, I’m aspiring to be chair the next sorority year and continue pursuing my goal of increased community involvement.
That’s great Soror! I’m sure you’ll be a great asset to the community, our chapter and our sorority in your current roles and any future roles in which you aspire to serve.
Are you a member of any additional organizations?
Other organizations I’m a member of include: National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Toastmasters International, Inc., and the Florida State Alumni Association.
Again, congratulations! You make Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated and the Sigma Omega Zeta chapter proud.
Soror Reed is a Miami native,  currently residing in Jonesboro, GA.  She loves college football and is a proud graduate of Florida State University.