Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter
  • The African Violet is the official flower of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
  • The Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter received the 2016-2017 Chapter of the Year Award at the Southern Region Luncheon during the 53rd National Convention. 

Greetings from the Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated! As you browse through our Chapter's website, you will find our Chapter and Sorority history, upcoming events, and so much more! We hope you find this site informative, as it features our efforts to service our communities.

Since the chapter's inception in 2004, Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter has remained committed and steadfast to public service. As one of the 200 plus chapters of the Dynamic Southern Region, Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter serves the areas of Clinton, Bolton, Byram, Edwards, Raymond, Terry and Utica through programming that focuses on our Sorority's Five-Point Programmatic Thrust: Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement. The Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter strives to impact the community through active and engaged public service; providing financial contributions supporting scholarships, health research, and community empowerment; and partnering with other organizations and community leaders.

The ladies of Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter have contributed significant service and leadership to the community, the state, and the nation.  Under the leadership of Dr. Laurie Smith Lawson, Chapter President, the chapter is comprised of nearly 100 professional and visionary women.  Our chapter is guided by the vision of our 26th National President, Beverly E. Smith.  Sandra K. Horton serves as our Southern Regional Director and the Southern Regional Representative is Jasmine Minor.


Suicide: The Ripple Effect Screening  
September is Suicide Prevention Month.  Join the Clinton (MS) Alumnae Chapter, The Clinton Community Christian Corporation, and the MS Department of Mental Health for the screening of Suicide: The Ripple Effect on Saturday, September 29 from 5pm-8pm at the 4Cs.   This event is for young adults grades 9th-College.


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