Heritage

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The brothers of Zeta Colony extend warm welcomes and hopes that you find all the information that you need from our new web home. We at Zeta Chi Psi strive to be the best at all that we do and with that being said please be sure to send us your feedback and questions by using the contact us form on this site. 

Mission Statement

 

Service focused, non-profit organization rooted in the ideals of service, schloarships and community. Through grass rooted, community service our organization strives to improve our local communities. Our members tend to be college-aged males, graduates and urban professionals. This in no way the exclusionary criteria as we have always been an inclusive organization. Therefore, any driven, goal-oriented individual is welcomed.

National Mission

 

An organization of young men that serve with a purpose to enhance the society we live in. Our organization was put forth to maintain community service, assist in pressing issues, and have a brotherhood that will uplift the spirits of oppressed men in society.An organization of young men that serve with a purpose to enhance the society we live in. Our organization was put forth to maintain community service, assist in pressing issues, and have a brotherhood that will uplift the spirits of oppressed men in society.

 

Founders

Most Honorable Bro. Quaylon Prather

 

Quaylon O. Prather - He was born November 26, 1982 in Falkner, MS where he lived for most of his childhood. He graduated from Ripley High School 2001. After he graduated high school, he enrolled in Northeast Mississippi Community College in 2003. At NEMCC he served and earned many positions and awards. He was the NEMCC Cheerleader Captain, recieved his Associates in Child Development, was a preschool teacher for the on campus preschool center, was a Orientation Counselor and a Teacher for the summer day camp at NEMCC and he was also a recipient of the NEMCC Tiger Athletic Award. After his many accomplishments, it had to come to his greatest achievement at that college and it was his graduation in 2006. He currently in the process of finishing up at Jackson State University his degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, and where he has served in many facets such as the cheerleader captain, NAACP, Cheer Phi, and is a honorable life member in Zeta Chi Psi.

Most Honorable Bro. Jimmy Rice

 

Jimmy J. Rice - was born on November 11, 1988 a native of Starksville, MS. He graduated from Starksville High School December 22, 2006. In High School he was inducted in to National Honor Society and Who’s Who American High School Student. He then left and moved to Oxford, MS where he attended the University of Mississippi and earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. In college he served as the Director of Entertainment, The first African American male that held that position at Ole Miss. He also served on the Undergraduate Black Law Student Association where he served as treasurer. He started the bank account and help organized the young organization. He also love music, and was a stunt member of the University of Mississippi Gospel Choir. Now he resides in Dallas, TX and is currently an active member.

Most Honorable Bro. Briston Gray

 

Briston A. Gray - was born April 2, 1988 in San Antonio, TX at Lackland Air force Base. He is a native of Houston, TX where he lived most of his life. He briefly studied at Alcorn State University in Lorman, MS where he studied Business marketing. He later transferred to Navarro College in Corsicana, TX then he graduated with an Associates Degree in Business Marketing. He was of the founders of the African American Student Association at Navarro College. He also served on the Student African American Brotherhood board. Like founder Rice, Gray was also a member of a choir, CHOSEN Gospel Choir. He currently resides in Arlington, TX where he is the Marketing Director of Bella Vista Apartment of the Tipton Group. He is a lifetime member.

Bro. Anthony M. Davis

 

Anthony M. Davis- Born October 27, 1988 in Natchez, Ms. Native of Roxie, Ms, Anthony is an honor graduate (2007) of Franklin High School where he was elected to the Hall of Fame and served as student body president his senior year; his council was the first student council in the school’s history to go before Franklin County School Board in attempt to meet the needs and demands of the student population. After graduation, Anthony moved to Oxford, Ms to attend the University of MS where he is currently pursuing his Bachelor of Arts Degree in the field of Psychology. While at Ole Miss, Anthony was a member of Univ. of MS Gospel Choir where he served on the president’s cabinet as the wardrobe coordinator and community service chairman. A music lover, Anthony was a member of FHS Chorus 2005-2007, FHS Men’s Quartet 2006-2007 where they received “superior” rankings in the annual statewide competition, MS All-State Show Choir 2006 and 2007, UMGC 2007-2010, Univ of MS SATB Choir and Univ of MS Men’s Choir, and has sung in his church choir “since he could talk.” His proudest moment in life occurred January 16, 2010 when he along with 27 other Ole Miss students traveled to Chicago, IL to join thousands of other volunteers for the annual Chicago Cares Serve-A-Thon. Here the volunteers put forth effort to make Chicago “a better place to live for everyone.” Anthony is known for preaching and instilling a finer level of confidence and self, as well as community, enlightenment. He still resides in Oxford and is a lifetime member.

Bro. Jimmy J. Rice

 

Jimmy J Rice- was born on November 11, 1988 a native of Starksville, MS. He graduated from Starksville High School December 22, 2006. In High School he was inducted in to National Honor Society and Who’s Who American High School Student. He then left and moved to Oxford, MS where he attended the University of Mississippi and earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. In college he served as the Director of Entertainment, The first African American male that held that position at Ole Miss. He also served on the Undergraduate Black Law Student Association where he served as treasurer. He started the bank account and help organized the young organization. He also love music, and was a stunt member of the University of Mississippi Gospel Choir. Now he resides in Dallas, TX and is currently an active member.

 

 

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