About Us

About Us


Continuing the legacy of the 22
The Mobile Alumnae Chapter with a membership of over 200 dynamic and dedicated sorors has made luminous achievements through the years of its existence. The chapter is dedicated to promoting the Sorority’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust throughout Mobile County. Further, the chapter is committed to making an impact on the community as it reflects the legacy of its 22 Founders.

Mobile Alumnae continues to make luminous achievements under the leadership of dynamic, dedicated sisters during its years of existence. They thrive in keeping Delta stronger, the membership higher and our services and contributions productive.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated is an organization of college educated women committed to constructive development of its members and to public service with a primary focus on the Black community. Mobile Alumnae Chapter is committed to sisterhood, scholarship, and service.



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    Mobile Alumnae Chapter remains the catalyst’s of public service through Economic Development and Financial Empowerment.
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    Mobile Alumnae Chapter sponsors exceptional programs designed to enhance the career and academic development of our youth.
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    Mobile Alumnae Chapter is actively involved in creating awareness and programs focusing on the empowerment of the African Diaspora.



    Delta Academy

    The Delta Academy encompasses middle school girls as future leaders, excited, poised and ready to Catch the Dreams of Tomorrow. They will be engaging in workshops and activities to enhance their interests in Math, Science and Technology.

    Delta GEMS

    An expansion for the continuation of Delta Academy, Delta GEMS (Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully), was created to catch the dreams of African American at-risk, adolescent girls aged 14-18.


    Our Delteens participate in interactive workshops designed to enhance their community, cultural, scholarly, and leadership skills. Among their numerous activities include “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner,” volunteerism, collaborating with the youth groups, and a public service project building playgrounds for kids affected by Katrina while attending the College Career Recruiting activities at the Bayou Classic in New Orleans, LA. Their culminating activity is the Kaleidoscope in which they show case their talents and a senior is crowned Miss Delteen.

    Project D.E.L.T.A.

    Developing and Empowering Lives Through Action provides a youth program in collaboration with a community-based organization for 10-15 year old girls and boys who reside in Roger Williams Homes.


    Our newest program focuses on improving the plight of the African American males by Empowering Males to Build Opportunities to Develop Independence. We work with middle school males in mentoring programs, interactive workshops, cultural trips and a Gentlemen’s Corner. We host a very successful Collaboration Breakfast with area churches, community based and Greek letter organizations to address the issues and brainstorm solutions to improve the lives of our African American males.


    Mobile Alumnae Chapter is committed to sisterhood, scholarship, and service. Further, we are dedicated to making an impact on the community, as we reflect on the legacy of our 22 Founders and our lifetime commitment to Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Mobile Alumnae Chapter has a rich and illustrious history in serving our community. Since we are a public service organization, our chapter strives first and foremost to be as visible as we can be in our community. Mobile Alumnae uses the collective strengths of our membership and our community to promote academic excellence, to provide scholarships, and to offer support to the underserved by way of our signature programs.

    Dr. Hannah Edwards Hart
    President, Mobile Alumnae Chapter