Seated left to right: Maudnell Wilson, Ernestine Dunston, Anna Boston, Bessie Black (Chapter President), Alicia Copeland, Donna Murphy, Monica Lewis and Lila Makle Standing Left to Right: Florine Camphor, Lucille Johnson, Delores Alexander, Ruth Young, Adele Harris, Jacqueline Cousins, Angie McCullum, Ellen Dutton, Jane Green, Curtisha Wilson, Beverly Woolford, Marjorie Hunt, Wynonia Brown, Shelia Evans and Regina Patterson.
Gamma Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa celebrated its 89th Anniversary recently. The chapter was organized by 10 young teachers and chartered on October 12, 1925. Gamma is a part of a professional organization of educators (National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc.), located in 29 states, Monrovia, Liberia and Barbados. The organization is dedicated to enlightening youth and encouraging their development within their abilities.
The sorority’s program encompasses these areas: Youth. Education and Service. Gamma has a youth program for girls and boys in grades 9-12, and a college guidance group for young women entering the field of teaching. Scholarships are offered to high school graduates seeking a career in teaching. Educational forums and seminars for teachers are also sponsored by Gamma Chapter.
Our National President is Charlotte Williams, a member of Gamma Chapter.