President - Sonya Tennell, Esq.
First Vice President -
Rory S. Mills
Second Vice President -
Recording Secretary -
Corresponding Secretary -
Treasurer - Karen A. Abdul
Financial Secretary -
Aisha C. Dickerson
Asst. Financial Secretary -
Asia S. McCoy RN
Chaplain - Robyn Roberts
Journalist - Lenier Thomas
Custodian - Kimberly S. Wright
Randi N. Gray
Historian - Christine E. Merritt
Arts and Letters
Arts and Letters committee promotes creative expressions in the performing, visual and literary arts. The Arts and Letters committee coordinates and implements programs & activities that provide cultural events for the Chapter members and the local community.
Budget and Finance
Chair: Karen A. Abdul
Manages the chapter’s budget and finance objectives and general financial matters.
Delta House North
Chair: Charisse Penalver, Esq.
Plan and implement activities and programs that speak to the financial well-being of the chapter's programs.
Chair: Lena Green
Co-Chairs: Lenier Thomas, Asia McCoy
Procure funds, identify, develop and recommend projects that will bring revenue into the chapter in order to support chapter scholarships and other projects year-round.
Chair: Barbara Kairson
Provides an organized method of research, processing the chapter's requests for funding.
Information, Communications and Technology
Co-Chairs: Angela Russell, Monica Y. Russell
Responsible for matters pertaining to public relations, information and communications, technology applications and systems, and other related concerns.
Chair: Nicole Carson
Performs review of internal control processes which impact the chapter’s financial concerns.
Chair: Jennifer Jones, Jaivonne Seary
Co- Chairs: Jocelyn Triplett, Mayeesa Mitchell
Responsible for the promotion of community initiatives approved by the Sorority to foster relationships and create awareness of the North Manhattan community.
Chair: Geraldine Phillipe, Kalese House
A national initiative of the Sorority where one week in the month of May is designated to emphasize the importance of higher education, scholarship and professional achievement, with particular emphasis on African American women.
Chair: Rory S. Mills
Membership services committee organizes and develops programs and activities to support membership reclamation and retention.
Chair: Caroline Onwuemeli-Peters
The Nominating Committee is chaired by a soror elected by the chapter. Its function is to receive from the chapter recommendations of sorors to serve in chapter offices, to select candidates for consideration of offices; and to facilitate the election process of the chapter.
Co-Chairs: Lena Green, Michelle P. Booker
Communicates with other Pan-Hellenic organizations throughout the state.
PRotocol & Traditions
Chair: Kim M. Williamson
The mission of this committee is to provide clear and authentic descriptions of the traditions and protocol of the Sorority outlined in The Protocol and Traditions Manual of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. (Revised 2011). Ensure Sorors can provide proper protocol at all Delta events and appropriate hospitality to Delta Dignitaries.
COLLEGIATE TRANSITION TASK FORCE
Chair: Louisa Tatum, Erica Williams
This committee seeks to foster meaningful relationships between NMAC and NYC Metro undergraduate chapters in order to enhance the transition from the collegiate to alumnae level.
Program Planning and Development
Chair: La-Asia Hundley
This committee is tasked to survey needs, evaluate findings and make recommendations to the chapter on projects to be undertaken that are consistent with the National long-range plan and priorities approved by the Sorority.
Ritual and Ceremonies
Chair: Lauryn McGee
Responsible for all matters relating to the chapter’s rituals and ceremonial activities.
Co-Chairs: Makeba Royall
Scholarship Awards committee develops and administers the scholarship program of the Sorority helping youth further their education. The committee is responsible for selecting the recipients of the scholarship awards according to the guidelines that have been approved by the Chapter.
Rules of Order
Chair: Randi N. Gray
Tasked with evaluating and recommending changes to the Chapter Rules of Order and Policies and Procedures, as needed.
Chair: Eleanor Quallo
Develops and coordinates activities in alignment with the Sorority’s approved projects that educate the community on social issues impacting the community. The Social Action Commission advocates programming to effect social change and increase public awareness.
Chair: Nubia Murray
Delta Academy, GEMS
Co-Chairs: Lydia Peterson
National program initiatives of the Sorority designed to enrich and enhance the education of young females and males ages 11-14. The primary goals are to bring about positive self-images, promote academic excellence, and instill community service obligations in a collective effort to prepare our youth to become leaders.
Black History Month
Co-Chairs: Mayeesa Mitchell, Ayala Maurice
D. R. E. F. Committee
Chair: Mary D. Redd
Chair: Lisa Hayes
Health & Wellness
Chair: Adina Nyree Mardenborough
Oral History Project/Heritage and Archives
Chair: Christine E. Merritt
Chair: Adaku Aharanwa-Wardally