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Greetings and Welcome
|to the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter‘s website. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to learn about our chapter. Eleven distinguished young women chartered our chapter in 1927 as Xi Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Our Charter members include Sadie T. M. Alexander, the first National President of our sorority and Anna Johnson Julian who went on to become National President in 1929.
After 87 years, our chapter, now known as the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter, has more than realized the potential of this great legacy. Our strong base enables us to continue to demonstrate our commitment to upholding the goals and objectives of the sorority through our many programs and activities in the community and world.We have been proud to serve the Philadelphia community impacting lives in the areas of Educational Development, Economic Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health and Political Awareness and Involvement.
Our Signature Prayer Breakfast plays a significant role helping PAC raise funds to support the work we have been known for. Over the years, we have planned and implemented a number of programs to aid in improving the lives of children, adults and families throughout Philadelphia, including leadership and personal development for young girls through our Delta GEMS and Delta Academy to offering financial and entrepreneurial education to youth and their parents through our Juanita Kidd Stout Financial Empowerment Conference to mentoring males through our EMBODI program.
We embrace our National Theme “Uncompromising Commitment to Communities: Service, Leadership, and Empowerment”.
We thank you for visiting the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter’s website to see who we are and what we do!
Maxine C. Harvey
President, Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter