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Famous Women of SGRho

 
 
This is not a complete list of Famous Sigma Women, but this should give you some insight
on the talent, diversity, and character that a Sigma Woman possess.
 
Soror Vivian White Marbury
Our Last Living Founder

(d. 2000)

 
Grammy nominated, singer, songwriter, producer, actress and now author became an honorary member at 2006 Sorority Boule.

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Victoria Rowell

(Actress, “Young & Restless”, “Diagnosis Murder”)

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(Comedian, Viewed on Comedy Central's
Premium Blend & BET's Comic View)

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MC Lyte

(One of the First Female Rappers, stars as "Ky" on UPN's, "Half & Half")

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Soror Corinne Boggs
 
 (First Female Representative to Chair
a National Convention of a major Political Party)

Vanessa Bell Armstrong

Gospel Recording Artist/Singer

Ms. Dupre

Comedian: Tom Joyner Show

Tonya Lee Williams

Actress : The Young and the Restless

   
 

Mother Love

Actress, Radio & TV Personality : Forgive or Forget

Ellia English

Actress : The Jamie Foxx Show - Aunt Helen

Dr. Lillian M. Beard, M.D.

Former Columnist: " Good Housekeeping Magazine"

 
 
Soror Hattie McDaniel
First African American Actress to win an Oscar
First African American to sing on a Network Radio in the U.S.
Charter Member of Sigma Sigma Chapter
 
 
 
Soror Lee Chamberlin, Actress: The Electric Company, All My Children
 
 
 
Soror Rev. Willie T. Barrow- Director of Operations
 
 
 
Soror Brenda Pressley, Actress
 
 
 
 
Soror Louise Beavers, Actress
Made her first film in 1924, also had role in "Imitation of Life"
2nd African American (Soror McDaniel 1st) to star in the situation comedy, "Beulah," the first nationally broadcast weekly series with an African-American in the leading role. (courtesy of MoJaveHistory.com)
 
 
 

More  S*i*g*m*a   S*t*a*r*s

* Soror L. Marion Poe, a first African-American woman to be admitted to the bar in the entire South, former SGRho Legal Advisor

* Soror Anne Marie Horseford - Actress, The Waynes Bros.

*Soror Chizu Shindo Suzuki - Japanese Artist and Writer

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

*Soror Linda McClure - model, actress, and niece to founder Soror Cubena McClure

*Soror Marilyn McCoo - singer and recording artist

*Soror Chastity Washington - comedian and dancer

*Soror Mary Washington - First African-American CPA

*Soror Vanessa Bell Armstrong - Gospel Recording Artist

*Soror Maysa Leak - Jazz Artist

*Soror Corrine Brown - U.S. Representative for Florida

*Soror Joycelyn Brown - National Sales Director for “Essence Magazine”

*Soror Dr. Alma Illmary - Founder of George Washington Carver Commemoration

*Soror Ruth Whitehead Whitley - First African American Woman to actively practice law in the US, former SGRho legal advisor