On October 28, 1967, twelve intelligent, dynamic and energetic women who were already members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., came together to form the Saginaw Alumnae Chapter in Saginaw, Michigan. Those charter members were:
|Peeti Greene||Marise Tabor Hadden|
|Leomia Kathryn Holt||Shirley Lowery|
|Jane McGhee||Lillian Ollie|
|Thelma Kirkland Poston||Odahlia Ledford Rance|
|Lizzie Dillard Robinson||Barbara Walker|
|Sandra Wilson||Betty Greene|
For over 50 years, the Saginaw Alumnae Chapter has been a pillar in the community rendering countless hours of service and remaining dedicated to social action. Collectively, we work together with community partners to develop and implement programs that benefit the City of Saginaw.
Through all of the social action initiatives Saginaw Alumnae has collaborative alliances that have been developed with many community organization that include: NAACP, Black Nurses Association, Mid-Michigan Children’s Museum, Pulse 3, Health Fair and Zeta Phi Beta, community churches with the Read-In Chain, and Gospel Praise Brunch. Each alliance with programs and agencies aims to promote at least one of our five-point programmatic thrusts: Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement on a local, state, national and/or international level.
|Saginaw Alumnae Chapter Officers
|1st Vice President||Gina Osborne|
|2nd Vice President||Lisa Ingram|
|Corresponding Secretary||Kamillah Dawkins|
|Recording Secretary||RoShawnda Brown|
|Treasurer||Gwendolyn W. Bowman|
|Assistant Treasurer||Delores Williams|
|Financial Secretary||Melleretha Moses-Johnson|
|Assistant Financial Secretary||Deborah Williams|
In 2017 Arthur Hill High School honored Soror Thelma Poston (deceased).