On June 3, 1966, eleven visionary women chartered the Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter. Since that day, their efforts have led to innumerable acts of selfless service in the Las Vegas metropolitan area. Today, nearly 200 active Las Vegas members carry forth the tradition of encouraging and promoting scholarship, service and social action within our community as well as nationally and internationally.   The chapter service area includes the greater Las Vegas area known as Clark County, Nevada, which encompasses Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Boulder City, Nevada.

5 Point Program

The 5-Point Programmatic Thrust of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is the planning vehicle through which Deltas around the world conduct a wide range of programs that project the image of the Sorority as a public service organization. In Las Vegas this includes work with homeless families, at-risk youth, reading programs for elementary students, financial literacy and economic development seminars, healthy living events, political and international awareness programming. Activities are implemented through the 5 Point Programming Coordinating Council, an elected body of the Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter.Additionally, the Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter has taken a stance against injustices everywhere and supports justice universally by participating in and supporting several community initiatives including, but not limited to: regular attendance at Clark County School District (CCSD) School Board meetings; participation in the American Cancer Society: Making Strides Against Cancer Walk; membership in the local NAACP; voter registration drives and field registration training; support of and participation in the Martin Luther King, Jr. parade; letter writing campaigns on community issues; social action luncheons on community issues, such as “election reform”; and financial and logistical support of CCSD “Back to School” shoe drives.


The Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter’s quest of service has resulted in several accolades including:

  • 2019 Farwest Region Soror of the Year Soror Tya Mathis-Coleman, Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter 
  • 2019 Farwest Region Exemplary Program Award for Physical & Mental Health 3rd place
  • 2011 Farwest Region Sisterhood Award
  • 2010 Farwest Region Sisterhood Award
  • 2008 National Project ACE Award in collaboration with Eta Chi Chapter 49th National Convention
  • 2008 Phenomenal Women Award
  • 2008 UNLV Project Trio/Gear Up for Mentoring
  • 2007 Runner-Up for Chapter of the Year (Regional)
  • 2006 Regional Exemplary Program Award at the 48th National Convention in Philadelphia, Las Vegas Alumnae and Eta Chi Chapters
  • Victory Baptist Church Phenomenal Woman Recognition
  • The Salvation Army  Cark County Special Award for continuous service and commitment
  • Clark County Schools Certificate of Appreciation for participation in Higher-Education Workshops
  • Department of the Census Certificate of Appreciation
  • Numerous Trophies for sorority entries in the MLK Parade
  • Regional Recognition for Outstanding Community Collaboration
  • Regional Recognition for Outstanding 5-point Program Development
  • National Recognition for the International Day of Awareness on HIV/AIDS
  • Recognition from Governor Guinn for HIV/AIDS Awareness efforts
  • National and Regional Recognition for outstanding program – Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy
  • Community Award from Links, Inc.

Delta Ed Foundation

A Nonprofit 501(c) (3) Organization

The Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter , through its relationship with Delta Ed,a 501(c)(3) public charity, offers tax-deductible benefits in return for financial support. Delta Ed has served the Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter as a partner in the development of funding for Chapter programs. The Mission of the Delta Ed Foundation is…

Our mission is to serve as the primary fiscal agent for the Las Vegas Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. by assisting it in obtaining essential resources for its philanthropic programs and

to collaborate with diverse community organizations on targeted projects that benefit the underserved with support for life skills and leadership training.Dr. Barbara Jackson
Delta Ed Foundation Board President