Soror Spotlight

Wanda  Page

Soror Wanda Page has been a dedicated leader in Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated since becoming a member in Fall 1979. Her leadership and service journey began as a collegiate chapter treasurer of Kappa Omicron at UNC-Chapel Hill. After graduating, she continued service in the Chapel Hill Carrboro Area Alumnae Chapter as Financial Secretary, Audit Committee Chair, and Vice President. Soror Page has called Durham Alumnae "home" since 1997. She has served in multiple leadership roles, including Heritage and Archives Committee member and Economic Development Committee Co-Chair. She has also mentored others through the Leadership Fellows program and served as the Durham Alumnae Delta House, Incorporated President from 2011-2015. In 2011, Soror Page was selected to receive the prestigious Merrick-Fisher-Spaulding Award, the highest honor that the Durham Alumnae Chapter gives to a member for outstanding public service and volunteerism.

In 2013, Soror Page returned to the Kappa Omicron Chapter to serve as a chapter advisor. Through her mentorship and example, she has helped advise the chapter in the successful planning and implementation of award-winning programming and public service initiatives to uplift and serve the community. In 2017, she was recognized at the National Convention as a member of the National Advisor Team of the Year. Soror Page's leadership and influence extend beyond the local chapter level. She held the role of North Carolina Spring State Meeting Co-Chair in 2017. Since 2016, she has served as Chair of the South Atlantic Region Advisor's Circle, a role in which she leads over 50 collegiate advisory teams in three states.

Soror Page uses her personal and professional gifts and talents to give to others and to lead and serve in the sorority and community. She recently celebrated her 40th Deltaversary, and her legacy of excellence in leadership, sisterhood, and mentorship is one that continues to shine a positive light in the sorority and beyond.