President's Message



Joanne Ceaser, President

Welcome to the official website of South Jersey Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. We were chartered on June 29, 1969 by 19 trailblazers whose vision was to make a difference by providing and meeting the needs of our communities in Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties, which we are still currently serving. As we embark on the next fifty years of service we are committed to making a positive impact on our serving communities.

Our chapter consists of over 110 dedicated, hard-working, energetic, and committed college educated women who are focused on Sisterhood, Scholarship, and Service. We support the agenda set by Grand Chapter and we are committed to shaping our programs to Delta’s purpose as we effectively and creatively implement our Sorority’s agenda. We are committed to developing new opportunities which allow us to affect positive social, political, educational and economic change in our communities. I am honored and humbled by the opportunity to serve as the president of this amazing chapter full of talented and dedicated women We are proud of our history and will continue to serve our communities with programs implemented and centered on our core programs based on the Sorority’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust:· 

-Educational Development 

-Economic Development 

-International Awareness and Involvement 

-Political Awareness 

-Physical and Mental Health 

We welcome your participation in our numerous public service programs as we strive to increase our community involvement and partnerships. If you are a member of our illustrious sisterhood looking for a Delta home, we invite you to attend our monthly chapter meetings, which are held on the second Saturday of the month or join us at a chapter event.

Thank you for visiting our website and please visit it often to learn about our current public service events and programs as we impact lives and transform communities. Also, follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Yours in Service,

Joanne Ceaser
President