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CHAPTER PROGRAMS

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  • Economic Development Committee

    • dfree® Financial Freedom Workshop Series

    • Billon Dollar Challenge

    • Annual Small Business Crawl (Small Business Saturday)

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Melody Scott-Decuir College Scholarship

  • Teresa A. Gallishaw Memorial Scholarship

  • Teresa A. Gallishaw Undergraduate Mentoring Program @ The College of Staten Island

  • Partner with SI NAACP for Annual HBCU College Fair

  • Sponsor Youth for annual SI S.T.R.O.N.G. HBCU College Tour

  • Adopted PS 44, The Young Women's Leadership School, Port Richmond High School 

  • Youth Programs

    • Delta Academy

    • Delta GEMS

    • EMBODI​​

 

INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS AND INVOLVEMENT

  • World AIDS Day

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH

  • Health & Wellness Committee

    • National Go Red for Women Month and Wear Red Day

    • NYC Go Purple Day Against Domestic Violence

POLITICAL AWARENESS & INVOLVEMENT

  • Social Action Committee

    • Voter Registration and Education

    • National Voter Registration Day

    • Debate Watch Parties

    • Town Hall ​​

 

COMMUNITY PROJECTS, PROGRAMS AND PARTNERSHIPS

  • Service Saturday’s at Trinity Lutheran Church Soup Kitchen and Pantry

  • Annual Baby Items Drive

  • American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

  • Thanksgiving Food Donations

  • Children’s Annual Community Christmas Party

  • Co-Sponsor of Staten Island Black Heritage Family Day & Parade

  • Chalice "Summer" Pina Community Day

  • Read Across America

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service

  • Regional Day of Service

  • Purses with a Purpose

 

ARTS & LETTERS

  • Red Carpet Movie Premieres

  • Artist Showcases

 

TECHNOLOGY

  • Grow with Goggle Training Workshops

  • CodeRED/STEM Programs

 

MAY WEEK

  • Scholarship Awards Ceremony and Reception

  • Community Programming

May Week is a national program of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. that was created in 1920. A week in May is set aside every year for programs highlighting academic and professional achievements and the events emphasize the importance of higher education in the community, especially for black women.

 

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COMMITTEE CHAIRS

 

Arts & Letters

Courtney Oliver

artsandletters@dstsialumnae.org

Budget & Finance 

Tawana Muniz 

treasurer@dstsialumnae.org

Communications

Erica Richardson

correspondingsec@dstsialumnae.org

Economic Development

Tamara Gillard

economicdevelopment@dstsialumnae.org

Education Development/Youth Programs

Nija Howard

Cheryl Marks

youthprograms@dstsialumnae.org

Emergency Response Coordinator

Erica E. G. Bailey

emergencyresponse@dstsialumnae.org

Fundraising

Open

fundraising@dstsialumnae.org

Health & Wellness

Kimberly Simms

healthandwellness@dstsialumnae.org

Internal Audit

Kellyta Murphy Reives

internalaudit@dstsialumnae.org

May Week

Beth Coleman Oliver

Edwina Martin, Esq.

mayweek@dstsialumnae.org

Membership Services

​E. Chanelle Bonds

membership@dstsialumnae.org

Nominating

Joanne Nelson Williams

nominating@dstsialumnae.org

Pan-Hellenic Council Representative

Dr. La-Dana Renee Jenkins

panhellrep@dstsialumnae.org

Policies & Procedures

Gloria Cary

parlimentarian@dstsialumnae.org

Program Planning & Development

Brittany Waddy

programs@dstsialumnae.org

 

Risk Management Coordinator

Beth Coleman Oliver

riskmanagement@dstsialumnae.org

Scholarship

Kayla McGoy

Pardeice Powell-McGoy

scholarship@dstsialumnae.org

Social Action

Michelle Akyempong

Edwina Martin, Esq.

socialaction@dstsialumnae.org

 

T.A.G Undergraduate Mentoring

E. Chanelle Bonds

Ebony Richardson-Thompson

mentoring@dstsialumnae.org

Technology

Brittany Waddy

technology@dstsialumnae.org

 

 

 

 

 

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