Mrs. Reed-Cunningham has maintained a long relationship with the YWCA GLA using the Angeles Mesa site for recreational activities and classes and years later at the Compton site. The Deltas Chapter a non-profit partner working with the Compton Committee on Administration, are visible volunteers of the YWCA. Three past Presidents served on the site board, one was the representative who attended the YWCA Board of Directors meetings. Delta participation with the YWCA’s Program Committee included working with the Child Care Center, the Take Your Daughter To Work Project and other programs.
In 1997 she joined as a general member of the YWCA at the Compton site. In 2009 she became a member of the “Society of Benefactrix” at the Club level and 2011 at the Presidents level. One of the very special memories was the Deltas hosting the President of the Nigeria YWCA at the Compton site. I have the Nation pin and dress she gave me.
Mrs. Reed-Cunningham is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., a past President of the Compton Alumnae Chapter. She has served as the Farwest Region Social Action Coordinator and member of the National Social Action Commission. She is a member of the National Program Planning & Development Committee.
She established an impressive record as Regional Social Action Coordinator. In 2005 she was one of the Commissioners assigned to assist with the development and writing of the Social Action Tool Kit for State Coordinators and Chapter chairs. A Certified Social Action Trainer; her experience included training members in political awareness, advocacy and the art of Legislative Lobbying and conducting workshops. She has coordinated eight Delta Days, Legislative Conferences in California. Currently she serves as the Region’s Political Awareness & Involvement Committee Chair. As such she is responsible for the publication of the newsletter “Voice” and its regional distribution. The newsletter is published quarterly.