Chapter History


The Iota Epsilon Sigma Chapter received its charter on March 31, 2001 in Woodbridge, Virginia. The chapter members were a diverse group of upwardly mobile Sigma women. With the vision of increasing the sorority’s presence and impact in Virginia, the Iota Epsilon Sigma Chapter continues to thrive by inducting new members and expanding our level of service.
True to the strong educational focus of our founders, numerous chapter members have gone on to obtain graduate and doctoral degrees while simultaneously managing family, sorority and other responsibilities. Today our chapter members cover a broad range of professionals including health care, business and finance, human services and entrepreneurs.
We continue to extol the three virtues of the sorority, faith, hope and love and provide exemplary service throughout Woodbridge and the surrounding areas.


  The Chartering Chapter Officers were:
Patrice Johnson — Basileus
Erica Raynor — Anti-Basileus
Tara Tinsley — Grammateus
Tracey Tynes — Anti-Grammateus
Cutisha Cauthorne — Tamiochus
Rebecca Jones — Epistoleus
Jennifer West — Parliamentarian
Mary Jones — Sergeant-at-Arms
Desirea Mitchell — Chaplain, Project Coordinator