We are Commited
To providing children in our schools and communities
the best quality programming.
The Washington, D.C. Chapter
The Continental Societies, Inc. Washington, D.C. Chapter (DC Chapter) has worked to advance the welfare of underserved children -- touching the lives of thousands of children. Our progressive chapter has provided mentorship opportunities and awarded scholarships to more than two hundred fifty (250) entering freshmen.
The DC Chapter is affiliated with the National organization founded in 1956 and currently has 46 chapters in 21states, the District of Columbia and Bermuda. The D.C. Chapter is committed to providing children in schools and communities the best quality programming through our key initiatives and our programmatic thrust.
Robin Browder, National President
Margo H. Briggs, President
Lisa Rosser Fox, 1st Vice President
Eunice Cherry, 2nd Vice President
Catherine A. Husbands, Recording Secretary
C. Lillette Green Campbell, Financial Secretary
Phyllis Yates-Manigault, Treasurer
Denise Shelton, Sergeant-at-Arms
Jeanette Mobley, Chaplain
Eunice M. Cherry, Public Relations Officer
Farita Davis, Historian
Essie G. Page, Parliamentarian
Venida Y. Hamilton, Immediate Past President
P. Carvella Beavers *
Ann P. Chapman
Eunice N. Cherry
Lisa Rosser Fox
Janette Hoston Harris, PhD
Arlene A. Jackson
Renunda Lee, Esq.
Paula S.F. Marshall
Viola H McIver*
Barbara M. Morgan
Vanessa Akins Mosley
Lavdena Orr, MD
Marjorie B. Stewart*
Norma Jenkins Stewart*
Eloise C. Turner*
Advisory Board Members
Frederick Corder, M.D.
Marilyn McPherson Corder, M.D.
Vince L. Moss, M.D. F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S.
Vance J. Moss, M.D. F.I.C.S., F.A.C.S.
Honorable Mary A. Terell
The Honorable Alexis Herman
Our Mission Statement
To create environments within our communities that empower children to have access to quality and appropriate opportunities to reach their optimal potential. We have renewed efforts to provide services, programs, and projects under the Continental Societies, Inc.
H.E.E.R. + Arts and Humanities
Health -- Janyce Jefferson
Education -- Sherry Felix
Employment -- Lisa Fox
Recreation -- Joyce Kilgore
Scholarship -- Annettee Wilson
Arts and Humanities -- Beatrice Davis-Williams
Our Children, Our Commitment, Our Concern