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Economic Development: Black Business Spotlight

The Knoxville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is spotlighting local Black Businesses to elevate and promote what they have to offer East Tennessee. Meet Knoxville Certified Public Accountant, LaTonya L. Jordan, CPA, PMP, MPA. Her career spans over 10 years with auditing, accounting, finance, budgeting, project management, and nonprofit management.


Crimson Conversations: Mental Health and Mindfulness

Crimson Conversations: Mental Health and Mindfulness
For women who are facing the stressful challenges of everyday life!

Join the Knoxville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. on April 10th, 2021, at 11 am EST via Zoom.

DeShelle Burrowes, APC NCC a professional counselor will teach coping skills and how to balance stress & anxiety. Spiritual life coach & author, Kandace Jones, will set the mood with meditation 101 and a sound bowl demonstration. Ladies we are going to relax, relate and release! There will be door prizes and plenty of fun. Cost: Free.

Register in advance for this meeting:https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwodumtrzgpHdfarhAk0u2NYVNKxKAGG-js After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.


National Girl Scout Day, Honoring KAC charter member Beulah Sinclair

Today is National Girl Scout Day! March 12th commemorates the day in 1912 when Juliette Gordon Low officially registered the organization’s first 18 girl members in Savannah, Georgia.

DID YOU KNOW: Knoxville Alumnae Chapter charter member, Beulah Warren Sinclair, was the first Black Girl Scout camp director in Knoxville and served on the Girl Scout Council. Thank you for blazing trails, Soror Sinclair!


HBCU Proud Week 4

It’s Black History Month, and KAC is HBCU Proud!

DID YOU KNOW: The first colleges for African Americans were established largely through the efforts of black churches with the support of the American Missionary Association and the Freedmen’s Bureau. The second Morrill Act of 1890 required states—especially former confederate states—to provide land-grants for institutions for black students if admission was not allowed elsewhere. As a result, many Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) were founded. (Source: The National Museum of African American History and Culture)

Knoxville Alumnae Chapter members are HBCU Proud! #dstknoxville#SRDST#DST1913#JoyInOurSisterhood#BlackHistory#EducationalDevelopment



HBCU Proud Week 3

It’s Black History Month, and KAC is HBCU Proud!

DID YOU KNOW: After the Civil War (1861-1865), HBCUs emerged to provide Black Americans the most basic of human rights — access to a full education. Prior to the Civil War, the education of Black Americans was prohibited in most Southern states and often discouraged in Northern states resulting in only a few Black schools being in existence — Cheyney University (est. 1837), University of the District of Columbia (1851), Lincoln University (1854), and Wilberforce University (1856). – HBCU FirstHere are this week’s Knoxville Alumnae Chapter members who are HBCU Proud! #dstknoxville#SRDST#DST1913#JoyInOurSisterhood#BlackHistory#EducationalDevelopment


HBCU Proud Week 2

It’s Black History Month, and KAC is HBCU Proud!

DID YOU KNOW: The Institute for Colored Youth (briefly the African Institute at its founding) opened on a farm outside Philadelphia in 1837. It is today Cheyney University of Pennsylvania, which is part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. It is the first Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU).

Here are this week’s Knoxville Alumnae Chapter members who are HBCU Proud!


Divine Nine Pop-Up Shop

Members of the Divine Nine and friends, stay home and SHOP as the Knoxville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc invites you to our Virtual Pop Up Shop!


February 28th, 2021 from 3 to 6 pm EST on Zoom, vendors will showcase merchandise. Register here to join the virtual shopping experience. 


Let us bring to you the latest Black Greek Letter Organization merchandise and paraphernalia representing the best in culture and style. Fraternity and sorority goods to make sure you are FRESH for when you are doing service amid the pandemic, for when life gets back to normal, or for supporting your friends in BGLO organizations!


2021 EMBODI Registration Open

KICKOFF: The Knoxville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is inviting male youth, ages 11-18, to join our 2021 EMBODI program. The virtual kickoff is Sunday, February 28th, 2021, at 1 pm via Zoom. Our special guest speaker is Clarence Swearengen, educator, athletic director, and mentor. Register for the webinar kickoff here.

The EMBODI (Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence) program addresses STEM education, culture, self-efficacy, leadership, physical and mental health, healthy lifestyle choices, character, ethics, relationships, college readiness, fiscal management, civic engagement, and service-learning.

JOIN: If you are joining EMBODI, click here to complete the registration forms. Email completed forms to President.dstknoxalum@gmail.com
#dst1913 #SRDST #dstknoxville #ServiceInOurHeart


Hearts for Haiti

It’s the season of LOVE! Knoxville Alumnae’s International Awareness and Involvement Committee invites you to support its Hearts for Haiti campaign! Donate to help the children of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Elementary School’s The Cynthia M.A. Butler-McIntyre Campus in the remote village of Chἐrette, Haiti. The funds will help with teacher’s salaries, school lunches, and school building operational expenses. Donate now through February 28th, 2021. 
Give as an individual or team up and give as a group! 

1) Donate via Eventbrite. You do not need an Eventbrite account to give. Just click on the link, put in your amount and credit card, and submit! 
https://knoxvillealumnae-heartsforhaiti.eventbrite.com

2) Mail check to: Knoxville Alumnae Chapter
P.O. Box 14181
Knoxville, TN 37914.

To: Knoxville Alumnae Chapter
Memo:  “Hearts for Haiti”