The Rochester Alumnae Chapter was chartered on October 9, 1965 by fifteen dynamic women. Over the years, the Rochester Alumnae Chapter has grown from its initial membership of fifteen to over sixty-five members today.
Over the past 51 years, the Rochester Alumnae Chapter has been involved in programs which focus on Delta Sigma Theta Sorority’s International Five Point Programmatic Thrusts: Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness. We are particularly committed to programs surrounding our Youth—Delta Academy and Delta Gems and Social Action.
Our chapter has served the Rochester Community in a multi-layered fashion: actively supporting community service projects, partnering with The City of Rochester on various programs, and engaging the local community via partnerships with other Fraternity and Sororities, and organizations such as: Action for a Better Community, Urban League, NAACP, YWCA, and local churches.
At the turn of the century, our zeal remains focused on public service, social action and the overall wellbeing and development of the Rochester Community. The initial ideas of Delta live on in our current members and within our Chapter initiatives.
1st Vice President
2nd Vice President
Arts & Letters
Protocols & Traditions
Delta Academy / G.E.M.S. Co-Chair
Delta Academy/Delta G.E.M.S. Co-Chair
Heritage & Archives
Ritual & Ceremonies
Policies & Procedures
2010 - 2014