Marissa Newberry-Roberts was initiated at Epsilon Pi Chapter (George Mason) in 2004. She joined Gamma Phi Beta because she wanted to be a part of a circle of strong women and build lifelong friendships. As a member of the Fairfax County Alumnae Chapter, Marissa serves on exec as the Programming and Public Relations Vice President. She is hoping to use her planning skills to create a fun and diverse calendar of events for sisters of all ages, encouraging sisters in the area to become more involved in alumnae life. Outside of Gamma Phi Beta, Marissa works as a project manager and a realtor. She is very passionate about her involvement with the Adult Congenital Heart Association (ACHA) and organizes a yearly fundraising event for the association in memory of a dear friend who passed away. She also organizes the event in honor of those who are living with a congenital heart defect (CHD) like her father. Marissa also serves on the Community Activities Committee of her Homeowner’s Association. Being a member of Gamma Phi Beta has taught Marissa how to have more meaningful relationships and introduced her to some of the most important people in her life. She has enjoyed the opportunities the sorority has given her to give back to the community through service events and philanthropy. She has also enjoyed the countless social events that she has participated in. Marissa lives in Clifton with her husband, Mark, and their soon-to-be legacy, who will making her grand entrance in the next couple weeks! Congratulations, Marissa and thank you for all you continue to do to promote the highest form of womanhood!
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