Founder/President

Bad Barbie Sorority, Inc.

BEAUTIFUL MULTI-CULTURAL PLUS SIZE WOMEN

Mary "Chinaredd" Lee, Founder/President

Sierra "Jazze" Watties, 

Vice President

Bad Barbie Sorority, Inc. is a multi-cultural, non-collegiate sisterhood with the purpose of uplifting
encouraging and empowering the plus size woman. We embrace all women of all shapes and sizes and
encourage them to not only be sisterly to one another, but to promote service in our communities as well. Bad Barbie Sorority is the first Greek-Lettered organization to focus on issues affecting the woman of size, but we also
focus on issues that affect women as a whole. As a sisterhood, we strive to strengthen grace and beauty within beautiful, fashionable
plus size women and promoting excellence within one another as well the plus size adolescents.

OUR HISTORY
Bad Barbie Sorority was founded October 15, 2012 by Mary Cobb-Lee with the vision of representing the plus
size woman in a positive light. She felt a need to dismantle the negative stereotypes of the plus size woman by
forming an everlasting sisterhood where its members would exude beauty as well as strength, love and understanding of the
sorority vision. Through trials, triumphs and hard work,founder Mary Cobb-Lee, along with Sierra Watties, worked tirelessly to give all
women who strive for excellence and equality an opportunity to be a part of a non-collegiate Greek
sisterhood.

OUR VISION
As a sisterhood, we strive to strengthen grace and beauty within plus size women and promoting excellence
within one another as well the plus size adolescents.

As we unite to bring joy in our communities, we form an everlasting bond that will keep us strong through the
difficult times we face within our society.
As we promote the equality of beauty within plus size women, we also appreciate the beauty in one another
and our variety of cultures and background.
We believe all women of plus size should obtain a level of confidence and embrace their beauty of mind,
body and soul. Through these values, we stay true and abide by...