It all started on December 1, 1984, the 740th chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated was established. This Chapter was called the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter. In the beginning there were fifteen charter members and six chapter members. Today, Prince William County Alumnae Chapter has grown considerable in scope and complexity, without losing sight of rendering service to individuals in the community. Our past and present activities include: Adopt-A-Family, American Heart Association Walk, Entrepreneurs/Economic Development Project, Literacy Project, Dr. Martin Luther King Youth Oratorical Contest, May Week Scholarship Awards Program, Gospel Fest, The Lee Thompson Fund, Aid to local Homeless Shelters (ACT and SERVE outreach), Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy, Health and Healing-Clinical Depression, Senior Citizens Banquet and the Little Miss Crimson & Cream Pageant.
The Sorors of Prince William County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. are members of a sisterhood of college educated women, actively engaged in achieving the organizational programs of public service. We demonstrate our commitment by sponsoring a myriad of community projects for the public good that are an outward manifestation of our inner values. We enhance our identity through our respect for academic values of scholarship and intellectual achievement. Our members are predominately African American and carry a historic memory of a peoples struggle and survival.
2018 Elected and Appointed Officers
President Lorraine Jackson
1st Vice President Sharon McCarthy-Andrews
2nd Vice President Felicia Pryor
Recording Secretary Deborah Campbell
Corresponding Secretary Marneita Chapman
Treasurer Raven Andrews
Financial Secretary Lisa Crowe
Sergeant-At-Arms Cheryl Harris
Chaplain Louise Lanier-Finn
Keeper of Properties Sheila Arrington
Parliamentarian Rosaline Thomas
Historian Donna Hines