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Affectionately known as FAC, Foothill Alumnae Chapter was chartered on March 16, 1991.

The Chapter became the 828th chapter in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and now the chapter boasts of over 70 members.



Welcome to the website for the Foothill Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. the home of the Farwest Regional Director, Kimberly M. Usher.

Foothill Alumnae Chapter was charter on March 16, 1991, and has been serving the San Gabriel Valley communities for over 30 years through our Five-Point Programmatic Thrust.

  • Economic Development

  • Educational Development

  • International Awareness & Involvement

  • Physical & Mental Health

  • Political Awareness & Involvement


We serve the community by providing programs like Money $mart, World AIDs Day, hosting health fairs, and voter registration and engagement and supporting our youth through
scholarship opportunities.

We are dedicated to serving the public and making a positive impact on our community through collaboration with community organizations such as the YWCA of San Gabriel Valley, Second Baptist Church, Young Invincibles, LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis, and other social services agencies.

Our service area includes the Cities of Alhambra, Altadena, Arcadia, Azusa, Bradbury, Burbank, Covina, Duarte, Glendale, Glendora, La Canada, Monrovia, Pasadena, San Dimas, San Gabriel, San Marino, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena, Temple City, West Covina, and the County of Los Angeles in the San Gabriel Valley.

Thank you for visiting our website and we encourage you to follow us on our social media platform for upcoming events or visit our events landing page.


Kennisha Green, President


Kennisha Green

Chapter President

Chartered - March 16, 1991

During the enigmatic eighties, engulfed by the awesome demographic changes, the need for community service expansion in the Foothill community became clearly apparent.  For over a five-year period, discussions on the feasibility of a new chapter in the area were held. Additionally, reclamation of sorors qualified and willing to provide a myriad of community services coupled with the expertise and leadership experience of active Deltas, inevitably led to the birth of the Foothill Alumnae Chapter.


Planning sorors firmly believed that the establishment of this chapter would provide an opportunity for networking between sorors of diverse talents and skills. Many of the skills were developed through a variety of career fields and work with other volunteer organizations along the Foothills in the northeast portion of Los Angeles County.  By the end of 1990, the Foothill Alumnae Chapter charter application was submitted. Grounded in the tradition of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., the charter application was made with a commitment toward enhancing the deliverance of public service to the local community. Meanwhile, this endeavor increased the active and financial membership in the Farwest Region, empowering the National Program.


At the beginning of the 1990 Christmas Season, proposed charter members were notified of preliminary approvals. What a wonderful Christmas present! Dreams were fulfilled on March 16, 1991 when chartering became a reality. The Foothill Alumnae Chapter (F.A.C.) became a fact!!!


Chartering activities included an inspirational Delta Internal Development morning workshop, lunch, and the chartering ceremony at the Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church, 1180 North Lincoln Avenue, Pasadena California. A formal tea immediately followed the impressive ceremonial event, where the new chapter was greeted and congratulated by National, Regional and local guests.  Officiating over segments, and enjoying the entire chartering day activities were National Treasurer, Soror Marcia Fudge, and Farwest Regional Director, Soror June laVerne Long.  The memorable occasion was culminated by a Black Tie Dinner Dance at the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel in Monrovia, California. Joined by friends and other Greek letter organizations, the Foothill Alumnae Chapter sorors never looked lovelier in their red and white formal gowns.


Sandra Anderson

Nancy Cash

Gloria “Ginger” Cole

Lorenza Cole

Sandra Hicks Cox

Lillian Davis

Phyllis Douglas

Marion Duff

Jeri R. Durham

Gloria Fallin

Celia Graham

Deborah Harrison

Argola Haynes

Cynthia Jones Hicks

Debra L. Jackson

Ruth Johnson

Gwendolyn Jackson Lisboa

Marilyn Meadows

Dolores Melton

Nanette Moore

Edna Poole-Nobles

Mazree Porter

Temille Porter

Joanne Smallwood

Joyce Streator

Sheila Reid Tatum

Adrienne Brooks Taylor

Lois Toran

Betty Betts Turner

Marilyn Turner

Sandra Wilkins

Cheryl D. Wilson

Doris J. Wilson

Harley Wyatt

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