Welcome to our website!
It is a pleasure to welcome you to the website of the Baltimore County Alumnae Chapter (BCAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. BCAC was chartered by 31 ambitious, dedicated, and educated women known as the “Pioneering 31” in 1984 with a common love of service and need to contribute to the community. I am honored and humbled by the opportunity to serve as the 11th president of this amazing chapter of over 280 dynamic and diverse members. We are a sisterhood of college-educated women who exemplify and promote education and award scholarships.
BCAC celebrates over 35 years providing service to Baltimore County. We look forward to creating strategic partnerships with non-profit organizations, governmental and corporate entities as we build communities through action and commitment. We are committed to public service and seek to enhance and aid in the development of our communities by implementing and following our Sorority’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust:
· Economic Development
· Educational Development
· International Awareness and Involvement
· Physical and Mental Health
· Political Awareness and Involvement
On behalf of BCAC, I am pleased to extend our warmest regards as you peruse this website to learn about our programs. While visiting our site, we hope that you gain information about our sorority’s rich history, chapter programs, and the service we provide to the community. We welcome your participation in our numerous public service programs as we strive to increase our community involvement and partnerships. To assist with or participate in upcoming activities, please frequently visit our chapter calendar as we implement programs to impact lives and transform communities. Also, follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. We appreciate your time and interest.
With Much Love and Gratitude,
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated congratulates Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson on her confirmation to the United States Supreme Court.
The confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court of the United States is a moment of tremendous pride for the members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and Black women everywhere. Her brilliant legal mind, sound judicial temperament, and remarkable work ethic are greatly needed on the nation’s highest court at this critical moment in history.
Judge Jackson is far from the first Black woman who possessed the talent, training, and temperament necessary to serve as a Supreme Court justice. Others who came before her saw their path to this most venerated position blocked because of their race and gender, yet Black women continue to rise through it all. Justice Jackson’s confirmation today honors the careers and sacrifices of legal luminaries such as 1st National President Sadie T.M. Alexander, Constance Baker Motley, Soror Barbara Jordan, Lani Guinier, and Soror Loretta Lynch.
President Joe Biden and the U.S Senate are to be commended for nominating and confirming this gifted jurist. Her elevation makes real the promise of equal justice under law.
CHERYL A. HICKMON
It is with great sorrow that Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. shares the passing of our beloved National President and Chair of the National Board of Directors, Cheryl A. Hickmon. President Hickmon transitioned peacefully on January 20, 2022 after a recent illness.
President Hickmon was a devoted member of Delta Sigma Theta since 1982 and served in various capacities at the chapter, region, and national level before being elected National President. She is remembered not only for her role as a leader but for being a colleague, friend, and most of all, sister.
The entire sisterhood of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated mourns the loss of President Hickmon. During this difficult time, we ask that you respect her family’s privacy and keep them in your prayers.
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