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Economic Development

Journey to Financial Freedom: Mapping the Path to Build Wealth

Committe Members - Sorority Year 21-22

Financial planning, money management, consumer education, investments and employment opportunities are but a few of Delta's "money concerns" under economic development. Delta's most outstanding effort in support of the communities it serves is the Adopt-A-Black Business program. The aim of this program is to assist Black entrepreneurs to reach a product "self-sufficiency level" in business. Our chapter provides home ownership, financial management and consumer education to the community and chapter through our Financial Fortitude programs.  At the conclusion, participants are more knowledgeable about the importance of good credit and other relevant aspects of being prepared to for the future.

Chair: Soror Laura Gregory
Co-Chair: Soror Michele Fuller

Marecya Burton 
Yolande Dickerson 
Jacquie Langworthy
Jennifer Matthews 
Renee McDonald 
Joan Milliner 
Tonia Jones Powell 
Gezell Washington
Theresa Williams 

The Economic Hub, Resource Central

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Financial Book Recommendations

Think & Grow Rich - Napolean Hill
Atomic Habits - James Clear
What to Say When you Talk to Yourself - Shad Helmstetter
The Business Boutique - Christy Wright
What to Do with Your Money When Crisis Hits: A Survival Guide - Michelle Singletary
The One Thing - Gary Keller

What's Going On In The Community?

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For More Information:

The North Arundel County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated provides listing as a resource and does not necessarily endorse any of the businesses listed in this directory.