Dear Sorors and Friends,
Seattle Alumnae is a chapter of “Sisters Serving with Purpose, on Purpose” to change, support and nurture King, Kitsap, and Snohomish Counties. Chartered by Founder Bertha Pitts Campbell, 17th National President Mona H. Bailey and 20 dynamic Delta women in 1979, Seattle Alumnae has continued to serve in the name of our beloved Sorority in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle Alumnae Chapter was born out of the Alpha Omicron chapter, also chartered by Founder Bertha Pitts Campbell, and was one of the first Black Greek chapters chartered on the west coast and the first Delta chapter in Washington state.
As a chapter, we strive to focus on unity within our sisterhood, our chapter, and our community. Our internal development as sisters enables us to make noticeable change in our service area. Specific external programming such as the Dr. Jean L. Noble Delta G.E.M.S., the Mona H. Bailey S.T.E.M. Day, and community service efforts to support neighbors in need, are near to each member of our chapter. We aim to stay connected and engaged in our local community through our Social Action efforts to support voter education, engagement with elected officials, and advocating for equal justice and protection under the law with organizations like Not this Time, also based in Seattle. As a home for Sorors who have paved the way for Delta to stand where she is today, we commit to the same path forward as over 900 chapters and 250,000 worldwide. Seattle Alumnae is F3 - Fierce, friendly, and futuristic!
On behalf of the more than 75 members of Seattle Alumnae Chapter, I thank you for your interest in and support of our programs and community service efforts. Sorors, come join us and friends come visit us as we continue to make change in our beloved community.
Yours in Service,
Lauren D. Thomas, Ph.D.
President, Seattle Alumnae Chapter
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.