The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., a professional organization of women in the field of education, will hold its biennial 96th anniversary Conclave on July 14-18 at the St. Louis Union Station Hotel in St. Louis. The Conclave’s theme is "Bold 21st Century Education: Cultural Relevancy."
Members from five regions in the United States will join National President Etta F. Carter and her National Executive Council at the conference. The local Alpha Nu Chapter, under the leadership of Chapter President Barbara Gwinn will host this event, along with the Midwest Region. This biennial conference will include professional development sessions, workshops and cultural and social events.
The Conclave’s national coordinators are Carla F. Carter of the Southwest Region and Anita Totty of the Midwest Region. Veola Martin and Cynthia Warren are local St. Louis Alpha Nu Chapter Coordinators.
Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., an organization of nearly 3,000 with 118 active chapters across the country, was founded in 1923, in Jersey City, New Jersey; its philosophy is dedicated to the task of educating youth of America.
For more information, visit www.nspdk.org.