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Members are encouraged to attend the Thursday, January 24 meeting at 6:15 p.m.

The Dallas ISD Board of Trustees will salute the members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated who are current and retired educators for the positive impact they have made on the lives of Dallas ISD students, staff, faculty, parents and families. The salute comes on the heels of the sorority’s centennial anniversary as women all over the world gathered on January 13 to celebrate 100 years of sisterhood for one of the country’s largest African-American sororities.

All members (current and retired educators) are asked to attend the next board meeting on Thursday, January 24, at 6:15 p.m. at the Administration Building located at 3700 Ross Avenue. Members are also asked to wear red as a symbol of sisterhood and appreciation of this monumental accomplishment for the sorority.

Members who have impacted the lives of Dallas students have included Frederica Chase Dodd, one of the sorority’s 22 founders and a former educator.

Others include: Marjorie Atkins, Charles Etta Bell, Marilyn Calhoun, Kamalia Cotton, Marjorie Craft, Ola Cummins, Dr. Yvonne Ewell, Shirley Fridia, Charissa Govan, Charlenta Govan, Charlotte Govan, Lateesha Hardee, Cafea Harrell, Eva Hunter, Brenda Jamison, Keisha Johnson, Julia Jordan, Loraine Lee, Sandra Malone, Dr. Thalia Matherson, Pat Mays, Ramona McCain, Jacki McFarland, Dr. Lisa Thompson McLeod, Verna Mitchell, Tondolyn Mosley, Bernadette Nutall, Sonya Palmer, Dr. Hazel Washington Partee, Delisa Proctor, Carla Ranger, Kebra Record, Billie Kerl Roberts, LaTasha Roberts, Demetra Robertson, John Archie Sanders, Charlie Mae Smith, Rosalind Smith, Diane
Stansberry, Leslie Swann, Vivian Taylor, Ada Williams, and Eula Woodberry, just to name a few and many more.

About Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated was founded on January 13, 1913, on the campus of Howard University. This private non-profit organization’s goals are directed toward the provision of services and programs that promote human welfare. The membership exceeds 200,000 predominately African American, college-educated women in more than 1,000 chapters, located in 44 states and several foreign countries. This sorority renders public service through its five point program thrust- Economic Development; Educational Development; International Awareness and Involvement; Political Awareness and Involvement; and Physical and Mental Health.

  • LaTanya Whitman

    Such a blessing. So proud to be a member

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