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Welcome

We are the Jackson (MS) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

scholarship. service. sisterhood.

Welcome

We are the Jackson (MS) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

Quick Info

Chapter History

Jackson (MS) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered on May 3, 1941, by Clara Marjorie Allen, Willie Dobbs Blackburn, Elese Whitiker Blackman, Emily Johnson Hall, Thelma Weathers Johnson, Loraine G. Crawford, Nellie Burbridge Williams, and Aurelia Norris Young.

Social Action Programs

Delta Days at the Capitol

Women Build Campaign with Habitat for Humanity

May Week

Community Baby Shower

Youth Initiatives

Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence (EMBODI)

Delta GEMS

Delta Academy

Scholarships

Jackson (MS) Alumnae Chapter administers two different types of stipend and scholarships: May Week Book Stipend & Endowed Scholarships

An applicant who is selected as a candidate to receive an award must attend an interview conducted by the Scholarship Committee.

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Visiting Sorors

Meetings are ONLY open to duly initiated members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Consequently, proof of membership is required and must be verified before admittance to chapter meetings is granted.

Accordingly, visiting sorors are welcome but must be prepared to present their membership cards or credentials and photo identification to the Jackson (MS) Alumnae Chapter Sergeant-At-Arms upon arrival. First-time visitors are encouraged to arrive early to allow time for their credentials to be verified before the start of the meeting.

Greetings

On behalf of the Jackson (MS) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.  It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to our chapter website. With a chapter of over 400 committed professionals, JMAC is dedicated to serving the cities of Jackson and Tougaloo, and Rankin County with gratitude, courage, and love!

With a rich history of sisterhood, scholarship, and service that spans more than 80 years, we have proudly served our community and we look forward to continuing to have a prominent presence in the community with a focus on service for decades to come! We invite you to browse our website and become familiar with our chapter leaders, officers, committee chairs, and find information related to our programs, activities, events, anad initiatives.

Our programs are aligned with the objectives and goals of our sorority and directly reflects our organization’s Five-Point Programmatic Thrust:

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

If you are a member of our illustrious sisterhood and you are seeking a chapter home, Jackson (MS) Alumnae Chapter is the place for you! We welcome you to visit the section of our website labeledVisiting Sorors.”  If you are a supporter of this chapter and would like to attend our public chapter programs/events, we encourage you to frequently visit our chapter website and follow us on our social media platforms on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jacksonmsalumnaechapter and  Instagram at http://instagram.com/jmac_dst1913

Kindly, 

Nakisha, Juanake’, and Latoya

Nakisha davis, president

 

juanake’ taylor, first vice president (left)

latoya reed, second vice president (right)

 

Mailing Address

P. O. Box 96
Jackson, MS 39205-0096

Years of Service

Community Programs

Members

Dollars Given in Scholarships each year