Soror Jordan was the first Black Woman to serve the state of Texas as a Congresswoman and later held a position as a professor at the University of Texas.
Soror Williams is better known as Laura on one of the longest running African American Sitcoms, "Family Matters".
Soror Braun made history by being the first Black woman to be elected to the U.S. Senate in 1992. She currently serves as senator for the state of Illinois.
Before her death in 1997, Soror Dr. Betty Shabazz was the Director of Communications and Public Relations for Medger Evers College of the City University of New York. She was also widely recognized as the widow of Malcolm X.
This acclaimed opera diva has charmed audiences for several decades. Soror Price has helped to open doors into this profession by becoming one of the first Black opera divas.
Soror Franklin, also known as "The Queen of Soul", has rocked America for the past three decades and has generated 17 number-one songs.
Soror Boyd is currently the National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is the first African-American woamn to graduate from Yale University with a degree in Engineering.
Past President of Spelman College, the Spelman students embraced Soror Cole as “Sister President”. In 1992, Soror Cole was asked by President Clinton to help set the nation's educational agenda.
Founded and served as president for the Dayton Normal and Industrial Institute for Negro Girls until it merged with Cookman Institute to become Bethune-Cookman College. Founded the National Council of Negro Women.
Started the Center for Racial Injustice. Served as the 10th National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Also served as the President of the National Council of Negro Women.
"A DELTA SISTER utilizes talents, resources, energies and skills to improve the quality of life for the less fortunate members of humanity. She is Dedicated to enhancing the lives of all people. She's Determined to make a tremendous impact in the community. She's Destined to make a lasting impression on all whose lives she touches." Soror Maureen S. Bethel