Divine Nine

NSDCAC’s New Initiate Presentation

The North San Diego County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta lovingly presents the Spring 2021 New Initiates Line—7 Degrees of DSTinction! Seven (7) strong, focused, community serving women from various fields of occupation; military personnel, community leader advocate, medical and health care professionals, educators, educational professionals, business owners and artist. Each one is ready to do Delta’s Work in our communities utilizing their special gifts and talents.

Sorors #1 Angeleyana Henry, #2 Errica McCaleb, #3 Diane Forbes-Berthoud, #4 Cynthia May, #5 Amber Bloodworth, #6 Satia Austin, and #7 Maurisa Williams.




NSDCAC 2021 Scholarship Application

  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., North San Diego County Alumnae Chapter invites graduating seniors of North San Diego County area high schools to apply for the North San Diego Alumnae Chapter (NSCAC) Scholarship Awards. This year two $1,000 and up to two $500 scholarship awards are offered and will be awarded to qualifying seniors.
  • Eligibility for this scholarship is intended for African American graduating seniors enrolled at high schools within North San Diego County that exemplify community service and high academic achievement.
  • The completed application packet must be postmarked or date-stamped no later than March 26, 2021.

Hard copy applications have been sent to school counseling offices. Click the link for an electronic application: NSDCAC 2021 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION


We Did This!

Congratulations to President Elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Vice President Elect Kamala D. Harris!

This momentous occasion was made possible by the deliberate efforts of Black women and a unified coalition of Divine Nine members who understood the significance of this election.

Now is the time to continue in the spirit of unity as we work towards a more perfect union.

#WeVoteD9 #PowerInOurVote


Herstory Made

Today history has been made with the election of Kamala D. Harris as Vice President of the United States. In the year we commemorate the centennial of the 19th Amendment, there is no tribute more fitting than having the first woman and the first Black and Asian American woman to be elected into our nation’s highest office.

As we celebrate Kamala Harris, we also honor the Black women who led the way over 100 years ago and the Black women voters and organizers of today who made progress possible. Black women organized and undeniably helped to drive and steer voters’ consciousness toward the joyful hope and humanitarian reset necessary for the “soul of our nation.” There is power in our sisterhood, and the country now knows the power of our voice.

The legacy of women like Fannie Lou Hamer and Shirley Chisholm stand guard in the power of this historic moment, no longer in the shadows of American history. Kamala, our Divine Nine sister, we honor you as you have made true herstory.

#WeVoteD9 #TeamUnity #PowerInOurVote #DST1913



There are 25 days left until Election Day!

Poll workers and so many other volunteers are essential to a smooth and easy voting experience. We want to know why you volunteer! Share a video or photo telling the world why you vote using the hashtag #WhyIVolunteer and tag @dstinc1913.

There is still a shortage of poll workers in many states, go to
https://www.powerthepolls.org/?source=deltas to see if your state still needs poll workers.

#PowerInOurVote #WeVoteD9 #TeamUnity #DST1913