Alpha Pi Sigma Herstory
On July 12, 2014, the Alpha Pi Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. was reactivated, re-establishing a foundation of sisterhood, scholarship, and service once again. Sorors of Alpha Pi Sigma commit to reclaim and to re-introduce the concept of "Greater Service, Greater Progress" to Fort Worth, TX and its surrounding areas. Reactivation members include Sorors Dr. Tara Reed (Basileus), Makesha Wagner, LaShanda Henderson, Darmita White and Keisha White.
Alpha Pi Sigma Alumnae Chapter was originally organized in March 17, 1945 by twelve charter members. From inception, members of Alpha Pi Sigma provided outstanding contributions to the city of Fort Worth so much so that their dynamic impact is felt in our community today through Maude I. Logan Elementary, Versia L. Williams Elementary, the Bertha Collins Community Center, Fort Worth Urban League, founded by Soror Almeta Robinson and the Fort Worth Assembly, which was founded by Soror Lottie Hamilton.
Alpha Pi Sigma Alumnae Chapter 1945 Charter Members: Sorors Betty Mae Lloyd, Almeta Robinson, Marell Phillips, Thelma V. Penigar, Versia L. Williams, Maude I. Logan, Lottie M. Hamilton, Leona Adams, Mollie A. Brown, Bessie C. Davis, Johnnie Mae Malloy and Ever M. Greene.
"With the motto "Achieving Progress Through Sisterhood", members of Alpha Pi Sigma vow to continue the legacy of its original members as dynamic pillars of the community and servant leaders.