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Delta Academy

The Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy named in honor of our late soror, Dr. Betty Shabazz encourages young girls ages 11-14 to achieve, believe in themselves and understand the responsibilities of their role in the community.


Delta GEMS

Dr. Jeanne L. Noble Delta GEMS (Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully) Institute is an outgrowth and continuation of the Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy Program and was created to assist in facilitating the goals of adolescent African American girls ages 14-18.


Economic Development

Financial Fortitude was designed to help sorority members and members of the Queens community take a closer look at the various paths to attain personal wealth and financial security. This program helps participants to set goals, develop a financial plan, and put them to action.



The Ethel Cuff Black Education Initiative is named after one of our charter members of the Queens Alumnae Chapter who was also one of our beloved Founders of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. This program provides tutorial services and educational supports to educators and administrators in various schools in the Queens community.



The EMBODI (Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence) Program is designed to strengthen the efforts of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc with the support and action of other organizations on the plight of African American males.



Health Task Force

The Health Task Force's mission is to promote education, awareness, and accessibility of information regarding health issues that significantly impact the Queens community.


International Awareness and Involvement

The International Awareness Committee serves as a bridge for the diaspora in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, and South America. This program provides support to BASICS International and assists with funding to schools in Ghana.


Project Cherish

This national program was created in 1992 for the preservation and beautification of African American landmarks, monuments, and historic sites. The Queens Alumnae Chapter is a proud sponsor of the Lewis H. Latimer House, an African American landmark in the Queens community.

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Educational Development is a foundational tenet of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. The Queens Alumnae Chapter’s Scholarship Program is committed to supporting higher education; and awards four-year scholarships to help offset the rising costs of tuition to college students. Click Here to view our 2019 Scholarship Packages!


Social Action Committee

Social Action is concerned with the status of people of color and focuses resources to promote advocacy and community awareness of issues that affect public policy,  economic viability, and social justice.


Teen Lift Committee

Teen Lift was established as a national program in 1966. This program provides educational and travel experiences for participating youth. The goal is to help youth in the Queens community build their sense of pride, self-esteem, commitment in their community and to strive for higher education. Students participate in workshops and community service. Workshops cover life skills topics around health, political, cultural, educational, and economic awareness. Each year, the Queens Alumnae Chapter sponsors tours to Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Global Excellence Through Service and Fortitude

Global Excellence Through Service and Fortitude

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The Queens Alumnae chapter was awarded  DigiDiva status at the 51st Eastern Region Convention