The North Tangipahoa Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was born through the efforts and dedication of 27 focused and faithful women! They endeavored to expand the footprint of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. to more effectively service the northern portion of Tangipahoa Parish. In early 2017, inquiries were made to national and regional officers regarding the establishment of a local chapter. Countless hours of preparation were spent by the exploratory team, spearheaded by Co-Chairs Khristie Landrew and Osa Betts. To this end, North Tangipahoa Area Alumnae Chapter was chartered on February 24, 2019. Chartering members include: Sorors….
LaBentria Brooks Ford Veronica Brooks Letha Cook Cynthia Dyson-Hampton
Barbara English Michelle Foster Alexa Hookfin Jessie B Howard
Donnice Hunter Florena Johnson Amy Robertson Roshanda Johnson
Evelyn Jones Khristie Dyson Landrew Kenya Thomas Lewis Patricia S. Mabry
Tonya Mabry R. Sheree Miller Rosalind Mobley Marilyn Owens
Jolyn P. Schexnydre Martha Robertson Mitchell Monica Miller Scott Thelma Thomas
Dana Topps Erin Wheeler Marylon Williams
As members of the largest public service sorority, NTAAC works diligently in many cultural and educational activities. We are cognizant of the many challenges that affect African Americans and remain active and vocal in efforts to uplift our community and other regions of the global African American community.
The chapter’s mission as envisioned by the charter members is to provide assistance to the residents of the northern Tangipahoa area by:
Providing economic development and empowerment activities throughout the community
Facilitating political action and awareness initiatives for citizen empowerment
Developing and coordinating mental health programs to enhance the productive living environment for the citizens of Tangipahoa Parish
The North Tangipahoa Alumnae Chapter presently has a membership of over 50 sorors. As Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. kicks off our 109th year, we keep close our commitment to serve our communities with our God, our founders and our virtues as our guide.