President's Welcome Message

Welcome to the captivating and committed Concord Alumnae Chapter! Our chapter has served Cabarrus County since our historic chartering on April 27, 1991, led by our twenty-four trailblazing charter members.

The Concord Alumnae Chapter is motivated and driven to build on our trailblazing foundation throughout the2022-2024 biennium, with our theme “Intentional Action: Inspired by our Past, Designed for Our Future”. Aligned with the corporate vision of our National President, Elsie Cooke-Holmes, we are “committed to advancing social change, amplifying our global impact, and strengthening our sisterhood.”

We are dedicated to delivering programs and events that empower and serve the needs of our community and focus on the Sorority’s Five-Point Programmatic Thrust:

Economic Development

Educational Development

International Awareness and Involvement

Physical and Mental Health

Political Awareness and Involvement/Social Action

We strive to create impactful programs, leveraging technology and building collaborations with civic-minded community partners to uplift Cabarrus County.

You are encouraged to continually check our website to stay abreast of the programs and events we host throughout our service area.

If you are a Delta looking for a chapter home, Concord Alumnae welcomes you! We invite you to visit one of our chapter meetings or a community event real soon. We would love to fellowship with you!

Serving with Excellence, Compassion, and Sisterhood.

Bridgett Herring-Williams

Chapter President, Concord Alumnae Chapter

President's Welcome Message

Bridgett Herring-Williams

Welcome to the captivating and committed Concord Alumnae Chapter! Our chapter has served Cabarrus County since our historic chartering on April 27, 1991, led by our twenty-four trailblazing charter members.

The Concord Alumnae Chapter is motivated and driven to build on our trailblazing foundation throughout the 2022-2024 biennium, with our theme “Intentional Action: Inspired by our Past, Designed for Our Future”. Aligned with the corporate vision of our National President, Elsie Cooke-Holmes, we are “committed to advancing social change, amplifying our global impact, and strengthening our sisterhood.”

We are dedicated to delivering programs and events that empower and serve the needs of our community and focus on the Sorority’s Five-Point Programmatic Thrust:

Economic Development

Educational Development

International Awareness and Involvement

Physical and Mental Health

Political Awareness and Involvement/Social Action

We strive to create impactful programs, leveraging technology and building collaborations with civic-minded community partners to uplift Cabarrus County.

You are encouraged to continually check our website to stay abreast of the programs and events we host throughout our service area.

If you are a Delta looking for a chapter home, Concord Alumnae welcomes you! We invite you to visit one of our chapter meetings or a community event real soon. We would love to fellowship with you!

Serving with Excellence, Compassion, and Sisterhood.

Chapter President, Concord Alumnae Chapter

COMMUNITY IMPACT

199

MEMBERS

$40K+

SCHOLARSHIPS

20+

PARTNERSHIPS

25+

PROGRAMS

COMMUNITY IMPACT

199

MEMBERS

$40K+

SCHOLARSHIPS

20+

PARTNERSHIPS

25+

PROGRAMS

COMMUNITY IMPACT

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide quality programs to educate the youth, remain actively involved in the economic development of our communities, foster active participation in the political awareness of Cabarrus County, advocate for more international involvement, and to provide events that will engage the community in physical and mental health programs.

Who We Are

We are a sisterhood of predominantly Black, college educated women serving our local community through public service initiatives. We offer innovative and engaging programs for all ages while displaying unity and support to the greater community.

Who We Serve

We serve our members and our service area by remaining actively involved in the economic development of our communities, fostering active participation in the political awareness of Cabarrus County, advocating for increased international involvement, and to provide events that will engage citizens in physical and mental health programs. These initiatives are especially focus on addressing the disparities and inequalities of the Black community and marginalized populations.

COMMUNITY IMPACT

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide quality programs to educate the youth, remain actively involved in the economic development of our communities, foster active participation in the political awareness of Cabarrus County, advocate for more international involvement, and to provide events that will engage the community in physical and mental health programs.

Who We Are

We are a sisterhood of predominantly Black, college educated women serving our local community through public service initiatives. We offer innovative and engaging programs for all ages while displaying unity and support to the greater community.

Who We Serve

We serve our members and our service area by remaining actively involved in the economic development of our communities, fostering active participation in the political awareness of Cabarrus County, advocating for increased international involvement, and to provide events that will engage citizens in physical and mental health programs. These initiatives are especially focus on addressing the disparities and inequalities of the Black community and marginalized populations.

THIS WEBSITE IS THE SOLE PROPERTY AND RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CONCORD ALUMNAE CHAPTER.