The global impact of the women of Delta Sigma Theta have been legendary. Scroll and meet a short list of some of our famous sisters!
Soror Carol Goss
Soror Carol A. Goss is president & CEO of The Skillman Foundation. She was named the 2007 James A. Joseph Lecturer by the Association of Black Foundation Executives. Crain's Detroit Business cited her as one of Southeast Michigan's Most Influential Women, an honor that the respected weekly bestows every five years to the region's most dynamic and powerful women.
Soror Alexa Canady
At age 26, Soror Canady became the first Black woman neurosurgeon in the United States. She specializes in pediatric neurosurgery.
Soror Nicole Lamb-Hale
Soror Nicole Lamb Hale is the first African American woman to manage a local law firm. She is currently the Deputy General Counsel for the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Judge Noceeba Southern
Soror Noceeba Southern was appointed Judge of the 36th District Court by Governor Jennifer M. Granholm on September 17, 2009.
Soror Kym Worthy J.D.
Soror Kym Worthy, J.D., is the current prosecutor of Wayne County Michigan. She is the second African American woman to serve as a prosecutor in Michigan, and the first in Wayne County.
Soror Amy Ellis-Simon
Soror Amy Ellis-Simon, is a managing director at Merrill Lynch, one of Wall Street's leading firms. As a senior sales executive, she helped raise more than $9 billion for U.S. companies like American Express and Carnival Corp.
Soror Mardi Woods
Soror Mardi Woods, is the National Vice President of Warm Spirit, a nature based company specializing in health and wellness products for the face, body, and soul. She was formerly Community Relations Director for Pepsi Bottling Group.