Greetings my beautiful sorors! Let me introduce myself, I am Kimberly Warren-Green, initiated member into our illustrious sorority of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., on March 31, 2018 through Tacoma Alumnae Chapter. My line sisters and I carry the title of " DS Metamorphosis: 8 Faces of DST-iny", with me anchoring the line as the tail, #8, Captain Obvious.
Since becoming a member, I have served in several roles and committees for Tacoma Alumnae Chapter:
Parliamentarian, 2021 - 2022
Chair of Policies and Procedures, 2021- 2022
Chair of Nominating Committee, 2020 – 2022
Member of Social Action Committee, 2021 - 2022
Member of Protocol and Traditions Committee, 2020 – 2022
Member of Tacoma Delta Foundation, 2020 - 2022
Member of Nominating Committee, 2019 - 2020
Member of Scholarship Committee, 2018 - 2020
Co-Chair of Save Our Soror (SOS), 2019 - 2021
Co-Chair of Membership Services Committee, 2018 – 2019
On a Regional level, I have served as the Regional Protocol and Traditions Committee Support Member, 2020 – 2022.
As of recent, June 2022, I was elected Alumnae Member, 2024 Farwest Region Nominating Committee Member, during the 53rd Farwest Regional Conference in Phoenix, Arizona. During the convention I was appointed to serve on the Rules Committee.
In 2019, I was appointed by Past National President Beverly E. Smith, to serve on the National Elections Committee in 2019, during the 54th National Convention in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Finally, January 2022, I was appointed by the Council of Presidents of the National PanHellenic Council to serve as the Area V Coordinator for the NPHC.
I am a native of North Carolina. The eleventh child of thirteen; seven girls (set of twins), six boys. Attended Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC and Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville, NC. I am a Registered Nurse, working as an Informatics Nurse. While working at Duke University Hospital in Durham, NC, 2012, I was recruited by Catholic Health Initiatives (formerly Franciscan Healthcare) to build and implement their new EMR, Epic into thirteen hospital systems in the Pacific Northwest. It has been ten years this past August, my family and I moved 3,000 miles across country for a better opportunity. I have since gone on to become a Consultant for Stryker Healthcare in Clinical Informatics.
I am married, with three children and one grandson.