Famous Sorors

Kelly Price

Grammy -Nominated Recording Artist

Lana Moorer (MC Lyte)

Hip-Hop Recording Artist

 

    

Hattie McDaniel

Actress, the first African American to win Academy Award for Supporting Role for Mammy in the 1939 epic movie Gone With the Wind.

Jedda Jones

Comedienne, Tom Joyner Morning Show

Victoria Rowell

Actress, Young & the Restless, activist

Anna Maria Horsford

Actress/Comedienne

Tonya Lee Williams

actress, Young & the Restless

Mother Love

Actress/Radio Personality

 

 

Other Famous SoRHOrs

Maysa - Jazz Artist

Brenda Joysmith - Artist

Cynthia Horner - Magazine Editor/ Author

Rev. Willie T. Barrow - Director of Operations of Operation P.U.S.H. & The Rainbow Coalition

Lee Chaimberlin - Actress

Vanessa Bell Armstrong - Gospel Recording Artist

Lillian Beard, MD - Former Columnist Good Houskeeping Magazine

Leighann Lord - Comedian

'Lindy' Corrine Claiborne Boggs - First female U.S. representative from Louisiana & 1st Woman to Chair National Convention of a major American Political Party

Corrine Brown - U.S. representative Florida

Jocelyn Brown - National Sales Director ESSENCE Magazine

Gwendolyn Cherry - Former Florida Congresswoman

Alice Childress - Author of "A Hero Ain't Nothing But A Sandwich"

Emily D. Gunter - Motivational speaker, Author of Superlearning 2000:The new Technologies of Self Empowerment

Lorraine E. Hale, Ph.D. - Executive Director Hale House Center, Inc. New York

Alice Hille Jackson - Creative Artist, Co-Creator/Producer of Hal Jackson's Miss Talented Teen Pageant

Dr. Alma Illery - Humanitarian and Founder of George Washington Carver Commemoration. Through her efforts, Congress issued a Carver Stamp in 1944.

Marie Lafontant - Founder and President of Haitian Research Center

Kiamsha Madelyn Leeke - A lawyer in Washington, D.C.; Writer and self-publisher of three books of poetry: MY SOUL SPEAKS, I AM MY SISTA'S KEEPER and BABY, I GOT IT BAD FOR YOU BLUES

Charlotte Ottley - Public Relations Specialist, CEO C. Ottley Strategies

L. Marion Poe - First African-American woman to be admitted to the bar in the Southern U.S.

Betrice Powell - Senior Director Mary Kay Cosmetics

Brenda Pressley - Actress

Erika R. Ragland - Committee on Labor and Human Responses on Capitol Hill.

April Sinclair - Author of "Coffee Will Make You Black" and
"Ain't Goin' Be The Same Fool Twice"

Chizu Shindo Suzuki - Japanese Artist and Writer

Pat Tobin - Public Relations Specialist, Principle, Pat Tobin & Associates

Mary Washington - First African-American CPA

Rosa Page Welch - Famed Mezzo Soprano & Lecturer, "Ambassador of Goodwill" in interracial relations

Ruth Whitehead Whaley - First African-American woman to actively practice law in the U.S.

Priscilla Williams White - Author of "The Children- What Shall We Tell Them About God?"

Judge Joyce Williams Warren - The First African-American Judge in Arkansas

Ruth Russell Williams - Artist and Entrepreneur, her artwork is sold at J.C. Penney, Nordstroms & Michael's nationally and internationally. Her works include The Baptism, Family Reunion, The Graduation, Old Time Revival, & Kitchen Beautician. She created the promotional artwork, BigBookBag for he sorority's current project of the same name.

 

 

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