Committees

Our Committees

Chair: Ford, Katrina
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Chair: Cleggett, Chianti
Co-Chair: Sims, Stacey
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Responsible for developing and promoting activities designed to impact artistic and cultural awareness. Activities have included book chats, attending theatrical performances, Sips and Strokes, movie premiers, and the annual Osceola McCarty Adams essay contest.

Chair: Thomas, Gabrielle
Co-Chair: Wray, Audrey
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Responsible for developing a budget and monitoring the budget process.

Chair: Hicks, Crystal
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Responsible for updating Membership profiles and distributing directories biennially.

Chair: King, Sonya
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Monitors and ensures Chapter compliance with established Rules of Order. Activities include updating policies and procedures and advising chapter members accordingly.

Chair: Pearce, Cissy
Co-Chair: Larkin, Stephanie
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Responsible for developing, planning, implementing, and reporting on all activities related to the Cotillion.

Chair: Colvin-Mickens, Kewanna
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The goal of this national initiative is to prepare young girls (ages 11-14) for full participation as leaders in the 21st Century by promoting scholarship in math, science, and technology, exposure to community service involvement, heightening self-esteem and social graces, and encouraging educational and cultural enrichment. Activities have included rap sessions, exposure to non-traditional career for African American women, an overnight camping experience, etiquette training, museum scavenger hunts, etc.

Chair: McMillian, Dannay
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Created to catch the dreams of African American at-risk, adolescent girls ages 14-18. The Delta GEMS framework is composed of five major components (Scholarship, Sisterhood, Show Me the Money, Service, and Infinitely Complete), forming a road map for college and career planning. Topics within the five major components are designed to provide interactive lessons and activities that provide opportunities for self-reflection and individual growth. Activities have included rap sessions, public service projects, museum visits, sleepovers, college prep seminars, etc.

Chair: Brundidge, Sherry
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Responsible for developing and promoting activities designed to impact economic awareness. Activities have included the development of a black business directory and information sessions on various topics such as home ownership, financial planning, retirement, and credit counseling.

Chair: Willis, Chintina
Co-Chair: Chapman, Kecia
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Responsible for developing & promoting activities designed to impact educational awareness. Activities have included ACT Prep courses, Read Across America, etc.

Chair: Brown, Valisa
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The EMBODI (Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence) program is designed to refocus the efforts of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., with the support and action of other major organizations, on the plight of African-American males. Both informal and empirical data suggests that the vast majority of African-American males continues to be in crisis and is not reaching its fullest potential educationally, socially and emotionally. EMBODI is designed to address these issues through dialogue, and recommendations for change and action. EMBODI will include a program format and information template. The delivery options may include a town hall meeting, workshops, and/or teen leadership summits.

Chair: Myles-Okoye, DeShonn
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Responsible for developing a Founders Day activity. Activities have included coordinating rededication events, luncheons, etc.

Chair: Cunningham, Linda
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Responsible for documenting Chapter’s history.

Chair: Edwards, Felecia
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Responsible for informing the local Chapter membership of pertinent information between meetings.

Chair: Campbell, Monica
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Responsible for reviewing the fiscal procedures for the Chapter.

Chair: Thomas, Pearlie
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Responsible for developing and promoting activities designed to impact international awareness. Activities have included participation in various international festivals, the adoption of a South African girl, collection of old glasses for 3rd World Countries, etc.

Chair: Sanders, Demica
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Chair: King, Mikita
Co-Chair: Sheppard, Kendra
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Responsible for developing and implementing fundraising projects for the chapter. Activities have included Cotillion/Debutante Program, Scholarship Soiree, card sales, coupon and cook book sales, chapter giveaways, etc.

Chair: Sims, Cynthia
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A culminating year-end event that highlights chapter programs and/or targets the community at-large. Activities have included coordinating internal recognition activities, childhood finger printing sessions, domestic violence workshops for youth, public forums, etc.

Chair: Early, Joyce
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Responsible for promoting sisterhood by extending a variety of social services to the Membership. Activities have included coordinating sisterhood retreats, reclamation programs, and assisting with chapter newsletter.

Chair: Pearce, Cissy
Co-Chair: Reed, Juliet
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The National Pan-Hellenic Council, Incorporated (NPHC) Birmingham Chapter is composed of the nine International Greek letter sororities and fraternities. The council meets monthly and promotes interaction through forums, meetings and other mediums for the exchange of information, and engages in cooperative programming and initiatives through various activities and functions.

Chair: Andrews, Shenik
Co-Chair: Wrenn, Audrey
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Coordinates projects that align with the Sorority’s national initiatives. Activities have included college tours across the United States and projects with Habitat for Humanity.

Chair: Mitchell, Delisa
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Chair: Thompson, Sandra
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Developing and promoting activities designed to impact health awareness. JCAC activities includes Fitness N Motion, benefitting local charities, annual health fair, internal health facts and healthy recipes.

Chair: Lee, Vallery
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Responsible for keeping the Membership informed of proper protocol. Activities have included protocol demonstrations, updates, and trainings.

Chair: Chandler, Cassandra
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Monitors and ensures Chapter compliance with established National Scholarship and Standards criteria. Activities have included coordinating an annual scholarship awards program.

Chair: Fuqua, Monica
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Responsible for extending courtesies to Membership and others. Services have included acknowledging births, graduations, birthdays, and loss of loved ones.

Chair: Norman, Carnella
Co-Chair: Fowler, Deanna
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Developing and promoting activities designed to impact political involvement. Activities have included the legislative pages program, voter registration drives, and political candidate forums, and meetings with governmental entities.

Chair: Peake, April
Co-Chair: Willis, Nakesha
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Responsible for developing routines for competition and/or exhibition.

Chair: Gardner, Dominga
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Responsible for keeping Chapter members informed throughout the sororal year. Activities have included the development of a website, establishing media contacts, coordinating press releases, developing internal newsletter, etc.