Renee Smith, Esq.
Welcome to our website which represents the members of the Delaware Valley (PA) Chapter and the many programs and events that reflect our chapter’s dedication to service and friendship. By viewing our website, I hope that you get to know our chapter members better, how we reflect our organization’s values and how we contribute to our local and greater communities.
In 1946, Margaret Roselle Hawkins and Sarah Strickland Scott called together seven friends in hopes of forming a service-oriented organization that would promote civic, educational and cultural concerns of the communities it served. We are a chapter full of dynamic Black women with professional roles in the fields of education, medicine, psychology, and law as well as holding many civic responsibilities. As reflected by the values of The Links, Incorporated, our chapter embodies service to others in all of our programming. Take a moment to view our programs page to see how our chapter executes the Links mission of service through programming that focuses on national and international trends, the arts, physical and emotional health, youth and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s).
The Delaware Valley (PA) Chapter strives to continue to exemplify the tenets of service and friendship through our programs and events. Please continue to visit our website to see what programs we will offer next and how we maintain our commitment to impacting the world.
Renee Smith, Esq., President
Delaware Valley (PA) Chapter
The Links, Incorporated
Services To Youth
The Services to Youth facet uses an integrated approach to prepare young people to succeed as healthy citizens in the global workforce and to promote healthy lifestyles within families and communities.
Health And Human Services
National Trends and Services
International Trends and Services
The International Trends and Services facet provides services and delivers programs to people of African ancestry globally so that they may have a better quality of life. Programs are designed and developed to service the educational, health, and cultural needs of our global community.