A Rich Legacy
his provides a glimpse of some of the women who helped mold a legacy to make Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. a powerful force — more than a sorority.
Osceola Macarthy Adams, a founding member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., was one of the first Black actresses on Broadway. She was the Director of the Harlem School of the Arts and directed the theatrical debuts of Harry Belafonte and Sidney Poitier.
Sadie T. M. Alexander, Ph.D., 1st National President (1919-1923), was the nation’s first woman to earn a Ph.D. in economics (1921). A distinguished attorney, she was among the founders of the National Bar Association (1925) and she was appointed to President Truman’s Commission on Civil Rights (1945).
Illustrious Delta D.E.A.R.S.
elta D.E.A.R.S. are members of our illustrious sisterhood who have been blessed to reach the golden age of 62 years. As a chapter, we pay special tribute to our Delta DEARS through special activities such as a special luncheon during the Christmas holiday. They come with a great wealth of knowledge and history. We honor them, we embrace their awesome legacy, and the shoulders for which we stand. We honor them, we embrace their awesome… -Read More
DELTA OF THE YEAR 2015
ach year, the Mobile Alumnae Chapter recognizes a member who exemplifies the qualities of our illustrious sisterhood and has gone beyond the call of duty to make a significant impact on the community, the chapter and the sorority as a whole.
This year we celebrate Anna Scott Watson. Anna Scott Watson is genuine, dedicated, passionate and giving. To recognize her for the outstanding work she’s done as a member of the of Mobile Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., she has been named the 2015 Delta of the Year. -Read More