Delta Gamma


Alumnae Relations

Anchor’s Online, Delta Gamma’s Official Website provides detailed information and resources for Delta Gamma Alumnae, including information regarding membership, alumnae groups, and contacts.

Click here to visit the Anchors Online, Alumnae

Local Alumnae Groups

Delta Gamma has several local alumnae chapters that allow for continuous involvement and connection. Below are a few of the local DFW alumnae chapters.

Arlington Alumnae Chapter (Click here to view their website)

Dallas Alumnae Chapter (Click here to view their website)

Dallas North Cities Alumnae Chapter (Click here to view their website)

Dallas Northwest Alumnae Association (Click here to view their website)

DFW Area Alumnae Association (Click here to view their website)

Ft. Worth Alumnae Chapter (Click here to view their website)

Notable Alumnae

Sabrina Bryan, Zeta Iota-Chapman

Sabrina is an actress, singer, and dancer and was one of the members of the Disney Channel musical group Cheetah Girls. Sabrina has performed on ABC's Dancing with the Stars and has her own dance/fitness video for girls titled BYOU.

Cheryl Crawford, Eta-Akron

Cheryl Crawford is a Broadway producer of hit plays Brigadoon, The Rose Tattoo, and Paint Your Wagon. Founder of Group Theater and Actor’s Studio.

Trina Roy, Beta Pi-Williamette

Trina has worked in animation and visual effects. Currently, she is the Senior Software Engineer is at Pixar, but has worked on projects such as Finding Dory (2016), Inside Out (2015), Shrek (2001), Coco (2017) and many others.

Debbie Turner Larson, Alpha Nu-USC

Actress, notably playing Marta Von Trapp in the 1964 Julie Andrews' classic The Sound of Music. Larson later became a professional skier in Utah

Carin Cone Vanderbush, Gamma Sigma-Houston

A 1956 Olympic silver medalist (100m backstroke) and a six-time world record swimmer. Vanderbush was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame as an Honor Swimmer in 1984.

Channing Dungey, Alpha Sigma-UCLA

Channing Dungey is the first African American to become president of a major broadcast TV Network. After her overwhelming success at ABC Entertainment supervising the development of popular shows such as Scandal, Criminal Minds, How to Get Away with Murder and many others, she joined Netflix as Vice President of Original Content.

Julia Sweeney, Beta-Washington

Cast member of Saturday Night Live from 1990 to 1994, and made famous by the character, "Pat." Film credits include It's Pat! (1994), Pulp Fiction (1994), and National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation (1997). Julia also wrote and starred in the one-woman movie God Said Ha! (1999). She currently stars in the Hulu series Shrill and the Showtime series Work in Progress.

Jeannette Clift George, (1925-2017) Beta Eta-Texas

Golden Globe-nominated actress for her work in the film The Hiding Place (1975). She also starred in Broken Victory (1988) and A Woman Betrayed (2013).

Heloise Cruse, Zeta Eta-Texas State

Best known for her Hints from Heloise column (syndicated in more than 500 newspapers in 20 countries), Heloise is the author of eight books and an undisputed expert on household advice.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Sigma-Northwestern

Julia Louis-Dreyfus is a 1996 Emmy Award winner for her portrayal of Elaine Benes on NBC’s Seinfeld. She has also won the 1993 Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series and three American Comedy Awards as Funniest Supporting Female/Television. She was a member of the Saturday Night Live cast from 1982 to 1985. Her film credits include Hannah and Her Sisters (1986), Soul Man (1986), and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989).

Patricia Heaton, Epsilon-Ohio State 

Emmy Award-Winning actress and comedian known for her roles in The Middle (2009-2018), Moms’ Night Out (2014), and Everybody Loves Raymond (1996-2005) for which she won two Emmys. 

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