Georgia's work before being elected National President, centered on extension, as National Director of Provinces. During her final days as National President, she presented the May C. Whiting Westermann Cup, also known as the Efficiency Award. Trained as a journalist, and married to a journalist, she was part of a close-knit group of reporters in New York. She marched with Margaret Sanger, an early hero for birth control and women's reproductive rights. She received her 75-year pin from Marian Schroeder Graham. Her daughter was also a Kappa, and both of her sons married Kappas. The Tulsa alumnae gave the Fraternity an antique English silver coffee urn in her honor, presented to the chapter with the greatest improvement in scholarship.