Welcome to the website of the Northwest Arkansas Area Alumnae (NWAAA) Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. Our Chapter was chartered on November 22, 1998 by 19 dynamic women. These individuals bonded to form a chapter yielding them the opportunity to advance Delta’s mission throughout the Northwest Arkansas community, expand the bond of sisterhood, and mentor our Sorors of the Lambda Theta Chapter at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville… the future of Delta in our community and beyond. Today, the Chapter continues to grow and flourish, making an impact on the Northwest Arkansas community by sponsoring and supporting programs such as the Delta GEMS, the Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy, EMBODI, Black History Month Story Time at the Library, Cookies & Carols at Hillcrest Towers, and the Crimson and Cream Scholarship Event.

As members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., we have committed ourselves to sisterhood, scholarship, and service. As college educated women, we have been entrusted with the task of educating others, through our service projects, on the Sorority’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust which include: Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health and Political Awareness and Involvement.

President's Message

As listed above, we are proud to offer several programs and initiatives based on community need under these auspices in the Northwest Arkansas Community, and welcome you to assist in our endeavors through monetary contributions, in-kind donations and/or simply attending our programs, events and activities. The women of the NWAAA Chapter of Delta are committed to extending our reach of public service with a hands-on approach by building and strengthening partnerships with community partners and organizations that share our visions and goals.

We hope you find our website to be a useful tool that allows you to learn more about us as a sorority and a chapter. I ask that you visit our site often to learn of opportunities to partner with us, and/or to learn how you can help support our programs and events, as we attempt to embrace Northwest Arkansas as a “Great Place to Live, Grow, and Prosper”.

 Blessings to you always,

Stephanie G. Adams  

Stephanie G. Adams, Ed.D
President
Northwest Arkansas Area Alumnae Chapter