Upcoming Events

Oct
21
Mon
6:30 pm Beautillion Militaire – Parents ...
Beautillion Militaire – Parents ...
Oct 21 @ 6:30 pm
Beautillion Militaire - Parents & Prospective Beaux Information Session @ St. Petersburg College
Come learn more information about the 2020 Beautillion and get all your questions answered. You may drop off applications and official transcripts during this time as well.
Oct
26
Sat
5:00 pm Coffee in Common
Coffee in Common
Oct 26 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Coffee in Common @ Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum
The Whitewashing of the Suffrage Movement Join us for coffee, conversation, and camaraderie! The St. Petersburg community and the entire Tampa Bay area is invited to attend this special series sponsored by The St Petersburg[...]
Oct
28
Mon
all-day Beautillion Militaire – Applicat...
Beautillion Militaire – Applicat...
Oct 28 all-day
Beautillion Militaire - Application Deadline
  Download the 2020 Beautillion Militaire Application – Application may be accessed online at www.stpetedeltas.org. You may save the document on your computer and email the completed application to beautillion@stpetedeltas.org. Applications may be printed and[...]
Nov
2
Sat
10:00 am Monthly Chapter Meeting
Monthly Chapter Meeting
Nov 2 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Monthly Chapter Meeting @ St. Petersbug College, Gibbs Campus - Natural Science Building, SC 232
Welcome to the St. Petersburg Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. We meet on the second Saturday of each month from September through to June at the following location: ​St. Petersburg College, Gibbs[...]
Nov
15
Fri
8:00 pm DST Rodeo Showdown
DST Rodeo Showdown
Nov 15 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 16 @ 1:00 am
DST Rodeo Showdown @ US Army National Guard Armory
It’s the Party with the Purpose! You are cordially invited to “DST Rodeo Showdown”-At the Old Town Road. Enjoy the evening of food, dancing, raffle drawings and fun! Western attire is strongly encouraged. Prizes for[...]

Chapter Officers

2018 - 2020

Dr. Shameka Jones
President

Gloria Flakes
First Vice President

Dr. Loretta Thompson
Second Vice President

Stephanie Godbee
Treasurer

Camille York
Financial Secretary

Micheria Ferrell
Assistant Financial Secretary

Teresa Evans
Recording Secretary

Chaye Mobley
Corresponding Secretary

Mary Floyd
Linda McKinney-Wilson

Sergeant-At-Arms

June K. Peterman
Parliamentarian

Nikki Gaskin-Capehart
Chaplain

Ruby Griffin
Immediate Past President

Contact Info

St. Petersburg
Alumnae Chapter

P.O. Box 11988
St. Petersburg, Florida 33733

Ph: 727.755.1913
info@stpetedeltas.org

Programs

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Five-Point Program Thrust

The St. Petersburg Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has a long standing tradition of serving the Pinellas Community through its Five-Point Program Thrust.

The Five-Point Program Thrust is comprised of:

  • Economic Development
  • Educational Development
  • International Awareness and Involvement
  • Physical and Mental Health
  • Political Awareness and Involvement

 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT:

The Economic Development Committee is responsible for educating the community and chapter members on personal fiscal management, financial security, homeownership, and entrepreneurship through the following initiatives as identified in our Program Planning and Development Guide

  •  Financial Fortitude

 

EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT:

St. Petersburg Alumnae Chapter conducts projects/programs designed to address the need for excellence in education and to confront the problems of African American women in all age groups. Recently, we have begun a program that focuses on the African American young men which are at risk.

  • Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy
  • Dr. Jeanne L. Noble G.E.M.S. Institute – Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully
  • EMBODI: Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence

 

INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS AND INVOLVEMENT:

Through international awareness and involvement projects, women in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. have been able to broaden their knowledge and understanding of nations other than their own, increase interest in international affairs, and aid in developing a greater appreciation for people of different backgrounds and cultures.

 

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH:

The work of the Sorority in prevention and wellness translates into health education programs, health fairs and provision of health care services for those in need and also supports medical research that examines illnesses that victimize specific segments of the nation’s population, particularly African Americans.

  • Breast Cancer Awareness Month
  • American Cancer Society Relay for Life
  • World AIDS Day 2012

 

POLITICAL AWARENESS AND INVOLVEMENT:

The Founders’ participating in the Suffrage March for Women to Vote in March 1913 was the organization’s first act of political awareness and involvement.  Through social action the members positively impact their communities.  Public Policy awareness in African American communities continues to guide the activities of the Social Action Commission.

  • Delta Days in the Nations Capital
  • Delta Days at the United Nations
  • GOTV “Get Out The Vote” 2012