The Seattle Alumnae Chapter (SAC) was chartered on September 9, 1979. This beginning ended a 46 year affiliation with the Alpha Omicron Chapter. Alpha Omicron was chartered on April 17, 1933 and Delta Sigma Theta became the first Black Greek letter organization established in the Pacific Northwest. Until 1979, Alpha Omicron's membership consisted of both collegiate and alumnae members. Bertha Pitts Campbell, one of the 22 Founders of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., chartered both Alpha Omicron and Seattle Alumnae Chapters.
Delta Sigma Theta's 17th National President, Mona H. Bailey, is also a member of Seattle Alumnae Chapter and was the national president who signed the charter certificate in 1979.
Seattle Alumnae Chapter continues to serve communities in King County, Kitsap County, and Snohomish County. The Chapter implements projects and networks with organizations that align with Delta's Five Point Programmatic Thrust:
* Economic Development,
* Educational Development,
* International Awareness & Involvement,
* Physical & Mental Health and
* Political Awareness & Involvement.
Bertha Pitts Campbell, Founder of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Mona H. Bailey, Past National President
Shirle Childs, National Secretary
Robin Michelle Prentice Alice Allen
Sharon L. Green Lillie McFall Brown
Dora E. Hall-Mitchum Constance A. Thomas
Rhonda A. Wilkerson Voris L. Holmes
Cynthia L. Howard Betty J. Jones
Marion Shultz Sutherland Theresa Marie Floyd
Diana Anderson Alyce M. Smith
Robin Smith Green Wanda Lofton
Virginia C. Gayton Dorothy Cunningham Baker
Sherrilyn F. Jordan Sonja Greene Hampton
Pauline Simmons Hill
President, Mojisola Obiako
Vice President, Quinita Ellis
Treasurer, Melissa Brown
Recording Secretary, Ashley Pugh
Corresponding Secretary, Alisha Fuller
Financial Secretary, Jazmyne Fosha
Sergeant-at-Arms, Smyrna Melvin Young
Historian, Lawanda Hampton
Parliamentarian, Sade Brown
Chaplain, Josalyn Ford