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CONGRATULATIONS! Myrtle Davis is the winner of the 2018-19 GAC GRACE Award! Soror Davis is an avid supporter of the chapter, the Chapter President and serves as a mentor to our president. Soror Davis currently serves as the Chair of Chapter Properties, Founders Day, & Marketing.. Soror Davis was initiated Fall 2010, Gary Alumnae Chapter. Kudos to Soror Davis for an award well deserved!
Congratulations to Shelice Tolbert of Tolbert & Tolbert, LLC. on being
recognized by BlackBusiness.com as one of the 8-African American female owned law firms that you should know about in the United States. “This law firm, led by Attorney Shelice Tolbert, offers innovative strategies to handle complex legal problems. With trial and alternative dispute resolution experience that comes from representing both defendants and plaintiffs, Tolbert & Tolbert offers diverse solutions when solving client problems. As a faith-based law firm built on Christian principles, their attorneys are diligent in their representation of clients and maintain an ethical balance” (www.blackbusiness.com).
Kudos to Soror Tolbert for doing a Deltarific job!!!
CONGRATULATIONS! Ernestine Dobbins is the winner of the 2018-19 GAC GRACE Award! Soror Dobbins is an avid supporter of the chapter, the Chapter President and serves as a mentor to our president. Soror Dobbins is a Past President of Gary Alumnae and works on Membership Services and the Past President’s Council. Soror Dobbins was initiated at Beta Chi Chapter, Lane College. Kudos to Soror Dobbins for an award well deserved!
Congratulations to Danyele L.C. Davis, of Flowers Communications Group on winning gold & silver awards at the Publicity Club of Chicago’s 60th Anniversary of the Golden Trumpet Awards; the most prestigious awards program in the Midwest, honoring distinguished individual
achievement in public relations, marketing and communications.
Soror Davis’ work through her firm has been innovative, fresh & worthy of the accolades she’s receiving.
Kudos to Soror Davis on her achievements!
Congratulations to Victoria Charleston-Hanley of Regional Mental Health Center. Soror Hanley is the featured model of the organization’s latest campaign for their Recovery Matters Program. She shares her testimony and the organization features several beautiful pictures of her and her family. Be sure to check out the Regional Mental Health Center Facebook page at RegionalMHC/FB. *
Gilvonne Davis-Washington is the 2018-19 Delta of the Year! Gilvonne currently serves as the GAC Chaplain and as she is the Chapter Representative for the NWI Intergreek Council. Gilvonne was initiated in the Spring, 1988 at Nu Eta Citywide Chapter. The honor is well deserved. Kudos to Soror Gilvonne!
Congratulations to Tina Y. Davis-Powell, Member-National Membership Services Committee on being named the Co-Chair for the 54th National Convention Membership Services Room in New Orleans, LA. Soror Davis-Powell is responsible for all of the volunteers, activities, partnerships, and activities taking place in the room this year and she is working with sorors from all over the world. It is a huge undertaking and the new responsibility is keeping her very busy. “It’s a welcome challenge that I felt compelled to lead. I was honored & glad to get GAC’s name out on the lips of sorors from around the world,” stated Soror Davis-Powell. Deltas…be sure to volunteer and/or visit the M.S. room in NOLA. It’s gonna have a GAC flair this year!
Kudos to Soror Davis-Powell on her new appointment!
CONGRATULATIONS! Tina Davis-Powell is the winner of the 2018-19 GAC Legacy Award! Tina is a member of the National Membership Services Committee, the GAC Chair of Information and Communications & she serves on several other chapter committees. Soror Davis-Powell was initiated at Gamma Nu Chapter, Fall 1988.
CONGRATULATIONS! Shalonda Hall is the winner of the 2018-19 GAC Reclamation SHERO! Shalonda is the Chair of the Physical and Mental Health Committee & she came back to the chapter on FIRE! She successfully chaired several events throughout NWI to promote physical and mental health awareness. Shalonda was initiated Spring, 1995 @ Nu Eta Citywide Chapter. The honor is well deserved. Kudos to Soror Hall!