Delta Sigma Theta was founded on Christian principles on January 13, 1913 by 22 visionary young African American female students on the campus of Howard University. This chapter was chartered in 1980 by 12 regal women of Ventura County who saw the need to continue the vision of our illustrious 22 founders committed to sisterhood, scholarship and service.
The membership of Ventura County Alumnae Chapter is service focused and the leadership strives to “Lead with a Vision” by implementing programs through our National Five-Point Programmatic Thrust:
• Economic Development
• Educational Development
• International Awareness and Involvement
• Physical and Mental Health
• Political Awareness and Involvement
We continue following in the footsteps of our Founders and on the pathway with our National Leadership, we are guided by Uncompromising Commitment to Communities: Service, Leadership, and Empowerment.
Delta women continue to innovate and make a difference in the communities we serve; however, this is not possible without the help of our families, friends and local community. We thank you for the support you have provided in the past and ask for your continued participation in our future endeavors.
As President, I thank the Sorors of Ventura County Alumnae for their unwavering efforts in support of the chapter’s goals and objectives you continue to honor your commitment in sisterhood, scholarship and service.
Please bookmark our website, and plan to visit it often to obtain more information about our upcoming programs and events. If you are a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, new to the Ventura County, or desire to reconnect, I encourage you to “Get on Board” with our Chapter and to join us as we strive for higher heights in and around this community.
May God bless you and keep you!
Helaine R. Stallion