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During my two terms as president, we learned that as Delta Women, we are "Movements, Not Monuments" and there should be "Excellence" in all we do.  Delta Sigma Theta, as an organization, propels one to go further, and as the 9th sitting president of North Manhattan Alumnae, that was my charge. I had wholesome examples in which to follow and consult, so it was not a difficult task. I reinstituted the Scholarship Dinner Dance, which highlighted and introduced our scholarship recipients to our guests and the community, while raising funds and entertaining those in attendance.  During the last two years of my tenure, I served as the Chair of the New York Metropolitan Coordinating Council, which allowed me to work cohesively with my fellow chapter presidents in the 22 New York chapters.


Our programs and chapter continued to grow and our legacy of "Innovative Programming with a Far Reaching Impact," continued to flourish in the community.  It was with pride and joy that I passed the torch to Soror Gray who would take us into our Centennial Celebration!

2008 - 2012
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