CHAPTER HISTORY

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is an international sisterhood committed to public service.

 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc provides an extensive array of public services through its Five Point Programmatic Thrust:

 

Economic Development

Educational Development

International Awareness & Involvement

Physical & Mental Health

Political Awareness & Involvement

 

The Sorority’s major programs are based upon the Five Point Programmatic Thrust.  These objectives guide our sisterhood and is the foundation upon which our members contribute to their local communities.

 

The Cincinnati Queen City Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. provides exemplary public service programs to benefit the Greater Cincinnati community.  Our dedicated and committed members are steadfast in providing public service programs that support educational development, political awareness and involvement, physical and mental health, international awareness and involvement, and economic development.  With a commitment to Sisterhood, Scholarship, and Service,  we uphold the ideals of our founders as we carry our rich heritage and legacy into the 21st century.

 

Chartered in 1989, the Cincinnati Queen City Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., is a sisterhood of African-American college educated women in the Greater Cincinnati area who are dedicated to community involvement.

Since its chartering, the chapter has implemented numerous programs and services that have impacted the Greater Cincinnati community.  These outstanding contributions have not only impacted the community but have resulted in national recognition of chapter programs including awards for promoting awareness of Clinical Depression and enabling young girls to develop their science and technology skills.

 

The chapter’s signature programs include the Beautillion Militaire, Delta G.E.M.S. Program, Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy, and Health and Wellness.  Cincinnati Queen City Alumnae has awarded more than $300,000 in scholarships and awards to over 230 young men and women throughout Greater Cincinnati.  Other programs supported by the Chapter have included Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement, the Underground Railroad Freedom Center, People Working Cooperatively, voter registration, Mathew 25 Ministries, Free Store Food Bank, YWCA Battered Women’s Shelter, HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, domestic violence and abuse initiatives, activities promoting the arts and various efforts that promote human welfare.

 

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CQCA Charter Members

Leslie Ansley
H. Sarah Blunt
Audree Britton*
Carrie L. Caldwell
Wellyn Collins
Willa Doughman*
Judith Evans Ellis
Lisa Ferguson
Marguerite Fields
Linda Finch
Marcella Heater*
Judith Hollowell*
Iris Keels
Revella Love
Lajuana Miller
Andrea Reece
Dorothy Rollinson
Frances Sloan*
Kathleen Sloan
Regena Stuckey
Barbara Taylor
Carolyn Thompson
Marqueta Neal Tyson
Future Vincent Hicks
Kim Washington
Mary Frances Wragg*
* indicates deceased