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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Program Planning and Development Committee

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  1. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Program Planning and Development Committee National Programs 2013-2015 Dr. Paulette C. Walker, National President Dr. Martha S. Lue Stewart, Chair

  2. Centennial Program Planning and Development Gift Grants Risk Management Financial Fortitude DST Women-owned Business Plan Competition and The Debt Reduction Challenge International Awareness & Involvement Sustainability Plan Mental Health Across the Lifespan Initiative with NIH Delta SIZED Challenge Sponsored by Aetna

  3. Risk Management

  4. Risk Management Training Goals • To enhance the mission of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., as it is related to youth initiatives • To ensure a consistent understanding and implementation of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority’s Risk Management policies and procedures. • To minimize the risk of implementing youth programs due to ill-prepared mentors and supervisors

  5. Risk Management Training Methods • Tier One Training • Regional Directors • State Coordinators • Regional PP & D Chairs • Regional Risk Management Coordinators • Chapter Presidents • Risk Management DID • Selected Trainers through Leadership Academy Process

  6. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Program Planning and Development Committee ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

  7. Financial Fortitude Using The Tools Financial Fortitude: Is a financial education initiative developed under the Economic Development component of the Sorority's National Five Point Programmatic Thrust. The 10 components of the program include: 1. Goal Setting 2. Financial Planning 3. Budgeting 4. Debt Management* 5. Savings & Investments* 6. Retirement Planning 7. Homeownership 8. Insurance 9. Estate planning 10.Entrepreneurship* *2013-2015 Biennium Financial Fortitude Priorities

  8. Financial Fortitude Using The Tools Entrepreneurship DST Business Plan Competition (7) Winners $2,500.00 Each Eligibility Requirements • Female • 18 Years or Older • Legal Resident or U.S. Citizen • Interested in opening a for-profit start-up business in your service area, or • Owner of an existing for-profit located in your service area with revenues under $250,000

  9. Financial Fortitude Using The Tools Reduce Debt and Increase Savings • *2013-2015 Biennium Financial Fortitude Priorities • Debt Management and Savings & Investments • Goal: Improving the economic well-being of our members and the communities we serve. • Who: Sorors and communities we serve. • What: Debt Reduction Challenge • Why: To reduce personal debt, increase savings and increase credit scores. • How: Provide easy access to financial resources that help individuals make better financial • decisions.

  10. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Program Planning and Development Committee INTERNATIONAL AWARENESS AND INVOLVEMENT

  11. Current International Projects ▲Adelaide Tambo School for the Physically Challenged ▲ Delta House at Vashti Village in Swaziland ▲ Delta School in Haiti (Cynthia M.A. Butler McIntyre Campus) ▲ Mary Help of the Sick Mission Hospital (formally Thika Hospital) ▲Water Wells in Machakos, Kenya (Muindi Mbingu High School) ▲TREE (Training Resources for Early Education) International Awareness & Involvement Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

  12. Proposed Mission Trip Schedule Haiti - Spring 2015 South Africa & Swaziland – Fall 2015

  13. PPD@deltasigmatheta.org

  14. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Program Planning and Development Committee PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH

  15. Journey to Wellness Continues… To encourage behavioral lifestyle changes for the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of the African American families.

  16. Centennial Program Planning and Development Gift Grants Risk Management Financial Fortitude DST Women-owned Business Plan Competition and The Debt Reduction Challenge International Awareness & Involvement Sustainability Plan Mental Health Across the Lifespan Initiative with NIH Delta SIZED Challenge Sponsored by Aetna

  17. National Program Planning & Development Committee Martha S. Lue Stewart, Ph.D., Chair Committee Members Patricia A. Ackerman, Ph.D. Rolanda Evelyn Davis, R.Ph. Mary Estes Henry Sheila Ginyard Ogilvie Pamela Hart Hemphill Brandi P. Jones Lori Jones Gibbs Joyce Jones Guinyard, DC Sybil Knight-Burney, Ed.D. Sandra M. Lucado Stacey Nicole Mabray, Ed.D. Barbara Moseley-Davis Pamela Moore Rogers Patricia M. Reed-Cunningham Karen Eley Sanders, Ed.D. Marya L. Shegog, Ph.D. Paula V. Snowden, Ed.D. Jennifer C. Stimpson Jackie E. Williams, Ph.D. Danita L. Wimbush Headquarters Staff Carolyn McCrea, Program Coordinator Liz Newsome, Program Specialist

  18. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated Program Planning and Development Committee National Programs 2013-2015 Dr. Paulette C. Walker, National President Dr. Martha S. Lue Stewart, Chair