Greetings!

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Welcome to the virtual home of the Denver Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated!  Founded in 1913, by 22 of the most forward-thinking women of their time on the campus of Howard University, Delta Sigma Theta has a proud legacy that spans over 100 years.   Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.  is an organization of over 300,000 college-educated women committed to professional and personal  development of its members and to public service with our primary focus and passion is solidified on the black community.
Having served the Denver metro area for more than 77 years, the Denver Alumnae Chapter continues to lead the way and impact the community in positive ways. Chartered as the Beta Phi Chapter on February 28, 1939, by Mae Adams, Elaine Brown Jenkins, and Jessie Whaley Maxwell,  the Denver Alumnae Chapter continues to be a key stakeholder in the Denver Metropolitan Area.  Delta Sigma Theta’s Five-Point Programmatic Thrust guides us as we serve the community:

Economic Development

  • Money Matters with Wells Fargo

Educational Development

  •  ACT Prep
  •  DAC Scholarship & College Mentor Program
  •  Delta Academy
  •  Delta GEMS


Physical and Mental Health

  • Million Steps Challenge
  •  5k Runs and Walks


Political Awareness and Involvement

  • Delta Get out the Vote
  • Voter Registration
  • Delta Day at the State Capitol


International Awareness and Involvement

  • Soles for Souls
  •  Eyeglasses for Africa
  • Habitat for Humanity in Africa


Each year our Chapter awards over $10,000 in scholarships to college-bound African American women, offers programs to assist in the positive growth of our youth such as the Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy (for middle school girls), the Dr. Jeanne L. Noble Delta GEMS, Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully (for high school girls), E.M.B.O.D.I. (Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence), host an annual ACT Prep workshop, host a Physical and Mental Health fair, Delta Day at the State Capital, and we annually celebrate our Founders Day to always remember the sacrifice they made for us.

Thank you for taking time to visit our website. We hope you learned more about our chapter and invite your involvement in our numerous programs as we strive to help our community.

Yours in Service,

Michelle Simmons
President