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Welcome to the Amazingly Accomplished Alpha Alpha Sigma Chapter in Baltimore, Maryland. We take pride in being the first graduate chapter in Maryland and the first three-letter chapter in Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated.  We hold fast to our motto “Where leaders get their start...". The Alpha Alpha Sigma chapter is a Centennial Chapter, a term designated to chapters with at least 100 members. We are proud to say that we have maintained well over Centennial status for several years and continue to grow our membership while serving the Baltimore community.

Please take your time and explore our website to learn more about how we collectively strive to impact our community through our national programs, local projects, and strategic partnerships.


Thank you for your continued support. We hope that you enjoy our website!

NaShona Kess, Esq. , Basileus


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Soror Barbara Sawyer

I was inducted into Sigma at Morgan State in the fall of 1971. I was the first in my family as a college graduate. Growing up, I never knew or heard about any sorority. My neighborhood friend whom I was in the same class all through middle school, introduced the idea of joining Sigma Gamma Rho with her. She was instrumental in getting fourteen other friends to join with her. 


We all had different reasons as we attended some of the events to learn more. Initially, for me, it was belonging to a group where other women my age could be together on campus. It also was great getting to know the alumnae members who were very involved with the sorority and guided us. Then it became having meaningful things to do on campus and in the community for others. 


Joining Sigma was like having an extended family to learn so many life skills from the sorors, someone to share your ups and downs with, and developing lifelong friendships. It was great getting to know your sorors parents, siblings, and other friends and family members because they supported our events. 


Joining Sigma Gamma Rho was a motivation to do my best academically, strive to be a leader, and achieve future goals. 


Now, fifty-one years later, in 2022, I’m thankful for the Sisterhood, Service, and Scholarship that should be the heart of every Sigma. I’m glad I joined, and here I’ll stay until the end of time. 

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Soror Vanessa Lathan

I love Sigma Gamma Rho because, for 100 years, we have demonstrated what Greater Service, Greater Progress can do for Black women. We dare to be different and make a bold impact. Being a part of something bigger than myself, something historical, allows me to assist in pathing the way for women and communities worldwide to have a better life. For me, Sigma is a daily reminder that anything is possible. 

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Soror Bronwyn Wheeler

Why I Love Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
Sisterhood—formation of special relationships with women from various professions
Personal Growth—development and implementation of leadership skills
Community Service—never ending opportunities to help those “in need”







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