Chriscilia Cox was recently appointed by the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., as a member of the National Strategic Planning Team. She will serve as the first National Co-Director of Strategic Planning.
Cox is an accomplished senior executive with more than 25 years of success spanning consulting, human resources, logistics and operations. Currently, she is the owner of SUMA Consulting LLC, an environmental consulting agency in Hinesville.
“As a military veteran, I have been responsible for growing client bases, driving environmental and sustainability goal setting and leading budgets and cost savings for the Department of Defense,” Cox said. “After 19 years of uninterrupted service to my sorority, I’m excited and honored to offer my skills to this organization that I deeply value.”
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., was founded on the campus of Howard University in 1920 to support scholarship, service, sisterhood and finer womanhood. The sorority’s international programs serve to empower people from all walks of life through the highest academic ideals and zest for excellence.
Cox was nominated and selected because of her advisory capabilities and broad areas of expertise in program management, operational planning, process improvement, researching, operations, policy analysis, government consulting, U.S. Department of Defense advising and research with mastery in strategic management.
“Congratulations, on this wonderful opportunity to join Mission Possible and to continue your great service to the sisterhood,” said Valerie Hollingsworth-Baker, International President of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., in her announcement letter to Cox. “Thank you so much for all you do for Zeta. I look forward to working with you.”
Cox lives in Ludowici with her husband and daughter. Her civic involvements includes various volunteer and leadership roles with Girl Trekk, Believing in the NuYu, First United Methodist Church School and Pleasant Grove AME Church. For more information, visit www.sumaconsulting.org.