NSDCAC Recognizing Excellence

Mission Vista High School Senior Justine Robinson (Center) with parents and NSDCAC Sorors Pamela Wilson, Sheri Kim Parker, President, and Chanelle Waddy
NSDCAC Sorors Sheri Kim Parker, President, and Pamela Thompson Wilson present scholarship to MVHS Senior Justine Robinson
Westview High School Senior Delainia Eason with NSDCAC Sorors Catherine Joseph and Karen Bickham
NSDCAC Soror Catherine Joseph, Chair of Scholarship Committee with Delainia Eason and parent.


Several sorors joined the local Habitat for Humanity Women Build to bring affordable housing to our community.


From L>R: Sorors Patricia Watson, Stephanie Semien, Monique Coleman, Dana Marie Thomas, Sheri Kim Parker, President and Catherine Joseph.



Soror Monique Coleman



Soror Stephanie Semien


Sorors Sheri Kim Parker and Monique Coleman

Sorors Semien, Parker, Thomas, Coleman, and Watson

NSDCAC’s Third Annual Armed Forces Day Luncheon and Educational Forum

“Transcending Obstacles to Pursue New Endeavors”, NSDCAC’s Third Annual Armed Forces Day Luncheon and Educational Forum, was a memorable tribute to student veterans as well as a celebration of our community armed forces members.  The event was held in collaboration with the Veteran Services and Black Student Center on the campus of California State University San Marcos on Sunday, May 20, 2018.

Following a presentation by the Camp Pendleton Young Marine Unit and a statement of purpose by Soror Dr. Emily Streeter, Commander USPHS, Lt. Colonel Eddie Bickham, USMC (Ret) delivered an inspiring message encouraging graduates as they plan for life beyond CSUSM.  A panelist of service members including, Captain Charles P. Jones, V,  Alex Murray, US Army Veteran and FBI Special Agent, Claudia Orregal, USMC Veteran, and Tomas Villanueva, CWO4, USMC (Ret) shared their experiences and motivation for overcoming some of life’s challenges.  Dr. Patricia Reilly, Commander USN (Ret) and Director of Veteran’s Services at CSUSM, shared moving stories of five graduating student veterans who were presented with certificates and scholarships. The honorees were Ricky Briere, Claudia Orregal, Ana Ortizsorio, Stephen Vandereb and Michael Woods. The event culminated in the presentation of the Community Impact Award to Al Owens, Retired Lieutenant Escondido Police Department and USMC (Ret).


Soror Maleata Hall Awarded Inaugural Mona Humphries Bailey Award

On the occasion of our chapter’s fifth year anniversary, the Membership Services Committee established the Mona Humphries Bailey Award to recognize the outstanding contributions of a chapter member. Soror Maleata Hall has been with the chapter for four years and more than exemplifies the attributes and legacy of our 17th National President, Soror Bailey.  Soror Hall tirelessly performed other roles for chapter sponsored events and special projects. Her Fund Development Committee exceeded budgeted expectations with innovative initiatives.  Working with the Youth Initiative Committee, Soror Hall established the chapter’s first Embodi program. Additionally, Soror Hall provided vital support to the Technology Committee. Her graphic arts experience generated professional documents that saved resources and funds. Her skills with hospitality and party planning generated beautiful memorabilia for many chapter functions. Her sisterly encouragement provides support to all sorors, who are witness to Soror Hall’s fine example of Delta principles.