Greetings and Welcome Frat, Sorors, Family and Friends. It is an honor and a privilege to be addressing you as the Virginia State Director.
This website is the means of providing you with information about the Fraternity and what’s going on around the Commonwealth of Virginia. I encourage you to view the site to find out about our chapters, our programs and information you need as you seek to connect with brothers around the Commonwealth of Virginia.
From the very beginning of Phi Beta Sigma, the Founders had a vision to create an organization that was a part OF society rather than apart FROM society. And 100+ years later, the brotherhood still remains committed to Culture for Service, Service For Humanity. Through those 100+ years, Sigmas of Virginia have been a staple in the fraternity with hosts of International Presidents, Distinguished Service Members, and Regional Directors. But our proudest moments are our service to humanity.
During the early 1960s, a Virginia Sigma Bro. A. Philip Randolph diligently organized and planned what will eventually be the March on Washington in 1963 that led to the Civil Rights Act of 1964. And in the present day, Virginia Sigmas still remain a significant part of society with the likes of Devon Henry who oversaw the removal of confederate statues in the Commonwealth of Virginia. There are hosts of moments in which Virginia Sigmas served to make society better and we will continue to stay true to our communities through advocacy, community service, and engagement.
There is much pride to being labeled amongst the #VASigmas. And I do not take lightly the role of serving Virginia. There is a daily devotion to ensure that I am empowering the men of Sigma to better serve the communities in the Commonwealth of Virginia. And there is a dedication to strengthening the bond with our sisters of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.
I believe it is truly an honor and a privilege to serve as the Virginia State Director of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated.