DKG California
Making an Impact

DKG California 
Educational - Professional - Making an Impact

Global Awareness 

  1. Stimulate interest in the International World Fellowship Program
  2. Contact International World Fellowship recipients studying at California institutions of higher education
  3. Administer, in consultation with the DKG California President, the DKG California Enrichment Fund as stipulated in the Standing Rules of Chi State, Section 10.3.
  4. Promote International projects and programs
  5. Provide program ideas to promote Global Awareness
  6. Provide program ideas to promote the DKG CaliforniaGoing Green emphasis

DKG International Project
Schools for Africa Became the Society's first official international project in 2010. Members have donated, as of January 2013, $120,665 to the project from 2010-2013. Currently the project works with 11 countries in sub-Saharan Africa including Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Ethiopia and Madagascar.

Debbie Williams, Chairman
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Chapter: Nu            Area XVI  


I am currently a Graduation Coach at University City High School in San Diego. I was previously a Special Education teacher.  I am the current Past President of my chapter and have also been treasurer and ceremonies chair.  I am serving my second biennium as a member of the Global Awareness Committee. 

Sandy Bell

Chapter: Beta Delta            Area: X                                                        


Professionally, I have been an elementary and pre-school teacher, but most of my career focused on adult education. I also have experience as a Vice Principal. At the Chapter level, I have served four years as the chapter treasurer and Area X recording secretary for one year. My Chi State involvement is my appointment to the Global Awareness Committee.

Judy Patel

Chapter: Delta Nu       Area: XIII                                                    


Professionally, I have been a high school teacher, a mentor teacher, a master teacher and a teacher trainer.  I taught English language learners and I taught English and Spanish as well as other subject areas. I have also been an administrator.  I taught in the Monrovia USD and the Los USD.  I retired in 2007. At the Chapter level, I have been co- leader, in charge of programs, for the last two years. Currently, I am the corresponding secretary for our chapter. My Chi State involvement includes attendance at a couple of leadership conferences, the most recent one in Burbank.