Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.

Gamma Gamma Sigma Chapter


Greater Service, Greater Progress.


We, the ladies of Gamma Gamma Sigma Chapter, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc., are pleased and privileged that you have joined us on our official website.​ In this “Centennial Year of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc,” we continue to be inspired by Sisterhood and Ignited by Service."

This sorority year is a year of celebration. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. is celebrating our 100 years of service, scholarship, and sisterhood this centennial year in July and November 2022!

I join our officers, members, and affiliates of Gamma Gamma Sigma Chapter in acknowledging the evidence of hard work in planning and programming this informative site.​ We have a busy schedule this new sorority year. Feel free to join our emailing list to stay abreast of our community service projects, fundraisers, annual Big Hat Jazz Fest scholarship awards fundraiser, social events, virtual events, informational events, a SWIM 1922 event, and charitable walks. We have our 2022 Annual Chapter Retreat in September, focusing on building a brighter future for our young people through scholarship, training, and community involvement.

In loving service,​

Tequesta C. Alston

Tequesta C. Alston, Basileus

Gain Greater Success @sgrho.ggs

2022-2024 GGS Executive Board

Tequesta Alston, Basileus | Lorain Morris-Vachon, 1st Anti-Basileus | Kimberly Wooten, 2nd Anti Basileus | Belinda Palmore-Dennard, Grammateus | Anti-Grammateus, Mikayla Guerrier | Gloria Dampier, Tamiochus , Philo Advisor| Stephanie Johnson, Epistoleus | Pamela Brewster-Owens, Sergeant-At-Arms | Chaplain, Carolyn Harvey | Edith Roundtree, Parliamentarian | (not pictured) *Rhoer Advisor | Calonda Harvey, *Rhose Buds | Alexis Evans-Morris

Greater Women, Greater World

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. honors our Founder Sigma Pearl Mary Lou Allison Gardner Little, birthdate November 2, 1896. Click on photo learn more about her.

We're proud to announce the chartering of the Nu Kappa Sigma Alumnae Chapter in Belize. In addition, the Southwestern Region in partnership with the Centennial Planning Team presented a $10,000 BZD donation to support the city of San Pedros.

"Don't let other people tell you what you can and can't do," said Haley Taylor Schlitz, who just graduated from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. She is the youngest Black law school graduate in the country at age 19. You go Soror!

Click on photo to view our Centennial Celebrations in Indiana