Beta Lambda takes on a virtual world

Beta Lambda takes on a virtual world
July 31
09:00 2020

On June 27 the illustrious National Sorority Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., an organization for African American educators, along with Basileus Donna Mickens and Eastern Regional Director Dr. Patsy O. Squire and the Beta Lambda chapter, welcomed  three new sorors into the sisterhood. These new sorors were celebrated at Parkland High School. 

After completing two virtual projects, one that included reading bedtime stories with Union Baptist Church and one that entailed compiling a PowerPoint jam packed with resources for teachers who are facing our new virtual norm, the ladies were ready to take on the task of being faithful members in the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Beta Lambda Chapter. 

The three ladies are: LaShonda Redd, Dr. Donna Price, and Velma Renae White. LaShonda Redd is an EC K-12 educator at Kingswood School, an alternative school in the Winston-Salem, Forsyth County School System.  Dr. Donna Price is a CTE Marketing 9-12 educator in the Guilford County Schools. Velma Renae White is a K-12 guidance counselor with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System. 

The ladies were mentored and led by Sorors Amber Mack-Little and Renna Giles. If you see these ladies around town, be sure to congratulate them.

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