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Business Month is our time to shine! Join the members of Beta Psi Chapter as we spotlight our very own Sorors Breunka Moon and Tracey Moon as we showcase their business Studio 85 during our Business Month Mini Expo. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84024416934?pwd=ZUtmWDkyeHZJK0M5cS83ZUMwWlMrZz09
Beta Psi Chapter kicked off Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Business Month by showing our green. Throughout the month of April, we will be "showing our green" by wearing green for 30 days. Week 1 went off without a hitch with all of our members showing their green spirit. Stay tuned for this week's photos to come!
In recognition of National Poetry Month and Iota Business Month, Beta Psi FIL will host their 2nd Poetry Night on Friday, April 8 at 7:00 p.m. and you are invited to join us. The event is open to all Auxiliaries, especially the FIL, and Sorors. Zoom link is below.
Hope to see you on Poetry Night!
Soror Dr. Evelyn S. Mosley
Join the ladies of Beta Psi every Thursday during the month of April as we recognize Business Month and pray for our families, friends, and nation.
Join Beta Psi Chapter as we celebrate Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Business Month through the month of April. We have lots of wonderful activities planned throughout the month. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Don’t miss out on a dynamic panel of speakers next Saturday, March 26 Up For Brunch Cafe! Terri Robertson Pugh of On Purpose Coaching and Setting the Standard Barber Academy will be speaking on the topic is Sisterhood. In an intimate setting accompanied with a delicious cuisine, let’s talk about the multi-generational power of sisterhood.
Visit the link to get your tickets today! This event will sell out fast!
We couldn't let this day go by without saying Happy Beta Psi Birthday to our chapter and Happy 1st Iotaversary to our newest members!!! Evelyn Mosley,Willie Myers
CelebrateHER Feature: Dr. Rosaline Darty
Dr. Rosaline Darty is a powerful force in the health care community.
She currently serves as a pediatric nurse practitioner at David Raines Community Health Centers and has over 24 years of experience providing care to acutely and chronically ill pediatric patients. Additionally, Dr. Darty commits her time to promoting health and wellness in the community through education, with a focus on empowering teenage girls and women.
Her honors include nominee for the 2010 Louisiana Advanced Practice Nurse of the Year, participant in the 2013 Nurse in Washington Internship, 2015 Outstanding Medical Professional by the Shreveport/Bossier African American Chamber of Commerce and Recipient of the prestigious 2018 ATHENA International Leadership Award.
She is also a published author and public speaker who regularly inspires audiences with her passion for medicine, women's empowerment, and community service.
Thank you for all of your selfless hard work in our community!
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Sharing our stories is one of the most powerful ways we can bond, inspire each other, and empower each other!
We're super excited to announce the Shreveport-Bossier African American Chamber of Commerce's Women's CelebrateHER Conference happening on March 26th!
It's time to celebrate HER—both YOU and the community of strong women around us. Our mission is to connect, celebrate, and unite women from all walks of life through a dynamic panel discussion and powerful brunch experience!
Join us for a powerful brunch experience, inspirational chats, and a special toast to the women of our community! We can't wait to see you there.
Tickets are limited so grab them NOW using the link below!
It's Women's Month! Let's celebrate women across the world!
On this final day of Black History Month, Beta Psi recognizes a local hero Dr. Wanda Henderson-Thomas. Dr. Wanda Henderson-Thomas is the associate dean for the LSU Health School of Medicine, professor for the Department of Pediatrics, and she still sees the smallest patients in the clinic. Dr. Henderson-Thomas believes that being a pediatrician helps her to stay renewed every day. Dr. Henderson-Thomas believes that equitable, fair healthcare should be a priority for everyone. Having someone who understands your healthcare and your background is paramount. As dean of students, Dr. Henderson-Thomas helps students to make sure we have a medical school representative of the patients we see and serve to get a real sense of what it is like to take care of a healthcare community.
Today we highlight our very own Soror Connie Seets Reynolds, owner and operator of Smart Health CARE which she has been running with her sisters for 25 years. Connie has been in the healthcare field for 36 years. She loves providing home healthcare service to the home bound and elderly. er gold and providing cure is to treat her client as if they were her family. She also works at Brentwood hospital and take care of patient with mental care issues. She volunteers her time with Bossier Parish Headstart system. Her goal is providing care to her community. Connie is the only Black-owned full service home care agency in the Shreveport Bossier Area.
Join the ladies of Beta Psi Chapter during the Month of March as we unleash our inner investor.
Virtual events all March Don’t miss out
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Congratulations to our member Vincent Williams for successfully directing the production, "Shreveport Rising, We've Come This Far By Faith." If you missed last Saturday's performance, you have an opportunity to see it tomorrow! See details below.
Join The Black Women's Agenda, Incorporated and partners - including Delta Sigma Theta - TOMORROW, February 24, 2022 - for a townhall addressing the current state of COVID-19. The event will be moderated in part by Honorary Member April Ryan and will feature National President Elsie Cooke-Holmes.
Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3Ego4yCJRv-gxU0XSIutsw
Chartering a chapter in Little Rock, Arkansas!…Know of any interested ladies?…If so, please SHARE!
To honor Black History Month, the Southwestern Region would like to share some of its most important history and the historic women who have graced us with their presence. Presenting.... Soror Virdell Hall.
To honor Black History Month, the Southwestern Region would like to share some of its most important history and the historic women who have graced us with their presence. Presenting.... Soror Janie L. Samuels
The Shreveport-Bossier African American Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Minority Business Job Fair and we would love for you to join us!
The job fair will take place February 25th, 2022 from 10am to 3pm at on the Second Floor of the Shreveport Convention Center.
▶️ Participation is free
▶️ Booth Space is limited.
Visit the link provided to get registered
In celebration of Black History the Extensions of Excellence Performing Arts Inc. presents Shreveport Rising: We've Come This Far by Faith! Join the ladies of Beta Psi Chapter and the City of Shreveport as we recognize our very own civil rights activist Mamie Love Wallace. Come and learn more at the Shreveport Rising Stage Play Production, February 19th at 7:30 pm. at the Strand Theatre in Shreveport. Tickets are $25-$35 and can be reserved by calling the Strand Theatre Box Office at 318-226-8555 or can be purchased at the door. This will be an excellent opportunity to learn about the NW Louisiana Civil Rights Activists that lived right here in our city!
10th Annual State of Black Shreveport Symposium and Luncheon Immediately following the symposium there will be a luncheon were attendees will be able to continue the conversation over a catered lunch.
Please join Beta Psi in wishing Soror Willie Myers a very happy birthday!
To honor Black History Month, the Southwestern Region would like to share some of its most important history and the historic women who have graced us with their presence. Presenting....Soror L.E. Coleman Lockhart.
Beta Psi Chapter is participating in the 34th Annual Black History Parade. This year's theme is "Black Health and Wellness." The parade rolls on Saturday morning, Feb. 5th at 11am and can be seen on KPXJ CW21 in Shreveport-Bossier. Former State Representative Barbara Norton started this parade 34 years ago, and has grown it to an amazing celebration in our community.
The ladies and FILs of Beta Psi turned red for National Go Red Day!
Today we celebrate Black History Month by celebrating our founder Mrs. Lola M. Parker.
February is American Heart Month, a time when all people can focus on their cardiovascular health.
Heart disease is one of the most widespread and complicated health challenges in the United States and around the world. Cardiovascular disease — disorders of the heart and blood vessels — accounted for more than 860,000 (about one in three) deaths in the United States in 2017, according to the American Heart Association.
Welcome February! The SWR Health and Wellness Committee's focus turns to "Body" this month. Join us in the "Love Your Heart" campaign by participating in some or all of this month’s activities.
Welcome to February my sisters!
Come one, come all Sorors for this wonderful session!
UNDERSTANDING THE RACIAL WEALTH GAP
Join NCNW as we have an in-depth discussion on understanding the racial wealth gap and how to deal with it.
Date: Thursday, January 27, 2022
Time: 8 pm EST
Register Here! bit.ly/ncnwracialwealthgap
Our member, CPR with Mia, is now offering CPR instructor courses!!
Register for a course at www.CPRWITHMIA.com or call/text (318)734-0988 to sign up for a course.
Today we pay tribute to you, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.!
Sci-Port Discovery Center provides a fun, educational environment for people of all ages to explore and actively engage in the world of mathematics, science, and technology.
This journey is always changing. It leads us many places. Anyone needing some support helping hand or just a shoulder, I’m here @around the house
Resource Center Includes: Praxis Lab, Computers, Printers (B/W no fee), Children's Literature, Manipulatives, Teacher Resources, Die-Cut Machines, Laminating Machines, Seating, Storytelling Puppets, Bulletin Board Resources, and more.
We are a non-profit (501C3) organization dedicated to providing caregivers, law enforcement, and other first responders with educational tools and skills to more effectively care for and deal with those with dementia or other special needs.
Our residency program is fully accredited by the ACGME and offers a well-rounded 4 year training program for a total of 24 resident positions - 6 at each level, including the PGY-1 year. Preference is given to categorical trainees.
Online Social Media Show that deals with issues of Economic Justice, Social Justice, Criminal Justice and Politics on the Local, State and National Level.
This page is for early childhood partners in Bossier Early Childhood Community Network
A major goal of the Caddo Parish Public Schools' Family and Community Engagement Program is to encourage greater involvement and engagement of parents and the education of their children while serving the needs of the whole family.
Change the Cycle is a nonprofit organization that promotes positive uplifting services for educationally deprived communities. Our goal is to better equip underprivileged students with the necessities and knowledge to help them succeed after graduation.
CKR Printing and more is group that offers the opportunity to learn sublimation and other crafting skills that will help to grow your business. There opportunities to purchase blanks as well as learn how to create and turn the blanks into money makers.
BioStart is an intensive, hands-on research internship at LSU Health Sciences Center-Shreveport for the seniors at Southwood High School's Biotech Academy. Funded by NIH/NCRR.