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Loudoun County Alumnae Chapter History

Loudoun County, Virginia, one of the fastest growing and wealthiest counties in the nation, was desperately yearning for a chapter of the illustrious sorority of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., to be formed. Through the leadership and vision of Soror Linda Griffin this effort was launched in September of 2008. Soror Griffin requested approval for a charter application from the South Atlantic Regional Director, Soror Linda Wilson on October 15, 2008.
The first interest meeting was graciously held at the home of Soror Linda Griffin, with 19 jubilant sorors in attendance and much excitement in the air. Two weeks later the Sorors convened for the second interest meeting at the home of Soror Seleah Wyche Joyner with 14 Sorors in attendance. On February 15, 2009, 30 charming Sorors from all over Loudoun County Virginia gathered together at the home of Soror Dawn McKenzie for the final interest meeting. A heartfelt bond of sisterhood filled this meeting and the seed for the charter chapter was planted. On February 23, 2009 Soror Griffin enthusiastically submitted the charter application, which included the names of 41 dynamic Sorors.
On April 29, 2009 the Loudoun County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., was chartered. South Atlantic Regional Director, Soror Linda Wilson, performed the chartering ceremony, which was held at the Ashburn Village Clubhouse in Ashburn, Virginia. Approximately 64 Sorors from Fairfax Alumnae, Northern Virginia Alumnae, West Virginia Alumnae, Prince Georges Alumnae, Federal City Alumnae Fredericksburg Alumnae and Prince William Alumnae Chapters came out to witness the chapter's induction.