Notable Tri Sigmas

Carrie Underwood

  • Original Chapter: Alpha Iota
  • Notability: Winner of American Idol season four
  • 7 Grammy Awards
  • 17 Billboard Music Awards
  • 11 Academy of Country Music Awards
  • 9 American Music Awards
  • 5 Country Music Association Awards
  • 10 BMI Awards
  • One time Golden Globe Nominee
  • Inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, 2008
  • Inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, 2009
  • Harmony Award from the Nashville Symphony Orchestra, 2009
  • Artist Achievement Award at the 38th Annual New York Honors Gala, 2013
  • Country Radio Broadcasters Artist Humanitarian Award, 2014
  • Various TV appearances
  • 5 studio albums
  • 5 headlining tours

Billie Letts

Original Chapter: Beta Xi

Notability: Author of Where the Heart Is

Lisa Guillermin Gable

Original Chapter: Delta Chi

Notability: Ambassador. Appointed in 2004 by George W. Bush for the World Exposition in Japan.

Jennifer Gray

Original Chapter: Alpha Zeta

Notability: CNN Meteorologist
 – Meteorologist based in Atlanta at the CNN global headquarters. She is a member of the National Weather Association, and has an American Meteorology Society Seal of Approval.

Valerie Gatto

Original Chapter: Beta Theta

Notability: Miss Pennsylvania 2014 Semi-Finalist at Miss USA, 2014

Rori Van Nortwick

Original Chapter:

Notability: Mrs. Alaska 2016

Krystle Kitchen

Original Chapter: Zeta Pi

Notability: National American Miss Virginia 2006

Lauren Lee

Original Chapter: Psi

Notability: Biggest Loser, Season 13

Mary Rhodes Russell

Original Chapter: Mu

Notability: Supreme Court of Missouri Judge.

Lauren Bilski

Original Chapter: Alpha Delta

Notability: Miss Philadelphia 2012

Marie Bosarge

Notability: President and Founder of Music Doing Good, a Houston-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that inspires and transforms lives through innovative, music-based programming and performance experiences. The organization delivers three outreach programs that bring musical enrichment to disadvantaged communities with a focus on youth. Outreach programs include after-school music programs in Houston-area Title I schools, an instrument granting program for students and schools, and a scholarship program for twelve- to eighteen-year-olds.