Famous SoRHOrs

Soror Marilyn McCoo - Singer

Soror Ellia English - Actress, Producer

Soror Jetta Jones - Comedian, "Miss Dupree" Tom Joyner Morning Show

Soror Victoria Rowell - Actress/Foster Care Activist               

Soror Leighann Lord - Comedian               

Soror Maysa - Jazz Artist
Soror Anna Maria Horsford -

Soror Brenda Joysmith- Artist

Soror Cynthia Horner -  Magazine Editor                

Soror  Rev. Willie T. Barrow- Director of Operations Operation PUSH/Rainbow Coalition    

Soror Cheryl Broussard- Financial Advisor & Author
Soror Lee Chamberlin-

Soror Tonya Lee Williams - Actress

Soror Vanessa Bell Armstrong- Gospel Recording Artist

Soror Lillian Beard, MD - Former Columnist Good Houskeeping Magazine

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

Soror Corrine Brown- U.S. representative Florida

Soror Jocelyn Brown -National Sales Director ESSENCE Magazine

Soror Gwendolyn Cherry- Former Florida Congresswoman

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

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

Soror Lorraine E. Hale, Ph.D. Executive director Hale House Center, Inc. New York

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

Soror 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

Soror 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

Soror Hattie McDaniels- First African- American Actress to win an Oscar- Best Supporting Actress in "Gone with the Wind"

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

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

Soror Betrice Powell- Senior Director Mary Kay Cosmetics

Soror Brenda Pressley - Actress

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

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

Soror Chizu Shindo Suzuki - Japanese Artist and Writer

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

Soror Mary Washington- First African-American CPA

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

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

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

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

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