February 2021

SDT Network is Here!
Yesterday, Sigma Delta Tau launched an online community exclusively for Empowered Women. Join your sisters on the SDT Network now— reconnect, socialize, and feel the support of SDT women. SDT Network lets you... 
Find sisters you have lost touch with, reminisce with fellow alumnae and check in on your chapter, meet women with similar ideals and have fun! 
Introduce sisters, share employment opportunities and engage in mentoring. 
Leverage your sisterhood network by connecting with women in your field, local area or with shared interests. 
Explore the network, create your profile, and—most importantly— stay connected.
Visit SDTNetwork.org to get started!

Be Sure to Check Out the Events Tab in SDT Network for Upcoming Programming Offered on the Platform!

February 10th 4-5 pm ET "Goal Setting for Success," a free workshop with SDT sister Lisa Sasson, Psi— Univ. of Massachusetts, (1991).
February Book Club - Next Tuesday
Join us for the February Virtual Book club when we will be discussing The Book of Lost Names by Kristin Harmel. Inspired by an astonishing true story from World War II, a young woman with a talent for forgery helps hundreds of Jewish children flee the Nazis in this unforgettable historical novel from the international bestselling author of the “epic and heart-wrenching World War II tale” (Alyson Noel, #1 New York Times bestselling author) The Winemaker’s Wife.

Help us spread the word with your SDT sisters by sharing this Facebook Live link on your social media.
Upcoming Book Club Events:

Book title: The Duke and I by Julia Quinn, which has also been made into a record-breaking Netflix Series adaptation Bridgerton !
JWI Alumnae Networks
JWI Women's Impact Networks are communities of women looking to connect and learn from one another.

Young Women's Impact Network
JWI’s Young Women’s Impact Network, funded in part by the Sondra D. Bender Community Leadership Institute, brings together professional women in their 20s and 30s to grow as leaders in their workplaces, their communities and their personal lives. JWI welcomes, embraces, affirms, and invests in women of every race, culture, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ability. Building on JWI's financial literacy expertise and commitment to preventing domestic violence, monthly Network programs include economic security and healthy relationship offerings. And of course they have fun with events like happy hour, baking workshops, and group exercise. At the heart of the Network is a group of amazing young women becoming their best selves with a network of friends. Learn more

Women's Impact Network
The Women’s Impact Network is a community of women in their 40s, 50s, and beyond, looking to connect with and learn from each other. The Impact Network gives you access to incredible events, at least twice each month, throughout the year, including:
  • Inspiring conversations with change-makers in business, politics, the arts, and more
  • A discounted ticket package to Women to Watch
  • Workshops on topics from wellness to professional skills
  • Mentoring opportunities with our Young Women’s Impact Network
  • Monthly virtual meetups - a relaxed but meaningful opportunity to connect with your Impact Network community
"It's Okay Not to be Okay" All Member Program Recording
Thank you to everyone who attended “It’s Okay No to be Okay” last week. For those who were unable to join, you can watch the recording. Thank you again to the SDT Foundation for providing this exceptional program!
Time to Start Thinking about Sisters' Night Out 2021
Since we are still limited on how we can gather, we have put together a Toolkit to support sisters who want to connect around Founders' Day to celebrate Sisters' Night Out. Plan an event with your friends, or people in your area. However you would like to connect is great; let us help by offering some ideas to spark your creativity.
Call for Spring Torch Submissions
Send us your news and updates for the spring 2021 issue of the Torch. Submission deadline has been extended to this Friday, February 5th. We hope to hear from you!
Mission & Values
Mission Statement

Sigma Delta Tau empowers each member to reach her fullest potential by enriching the experience of women with similar ideals, building lasting relationships, promoting civic responsibility and fostering personal growth.

Individuality: Enable each member to be her authentic self and empower her to reach her fullest potential through leadership and personal skills for academic and professional success.

Connection: Create a sense of belonging and meaningful relationships for sisters, not only in the sorority, but also within the community and world around them.

Engagement: Participate in a lifetime experience which provides opportunities and a network of personal and professional support for every phase of a sister’s life.

Community: Instill a sense of philanthropy and generosity in sisters and build purposeful partnerships to enhance the mission and goals of the Sorority.
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