Sigma Gamma Rho is excited to have prominent poodles from all walks of life. A few that you may be familiar with are:
Soror Hydeia Broadbent began her debut as a HIV/AIDS activist and public speaker at six years old. By 12 years old, Hydeia appeared on many national television programs including Oprah, 20/20, Good Morning America, Weekly with Ed Gordon, and “A Conversation with Michael Johnson” on Nickelodeon. She has been featured in prominent publications to include: New York Times, People, Teen People, Essence, YM, Ebony, Health Quest, Sister Sister, POZ, National Geographic, Real Health, Seventeen and Heart & Soul.
Soror Broadbent was inducted into Sigma Gamma Rho during the 2012 Boule in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Soror Kelly Price is recognizes herself as a writer first , but as destiny would have it, Soror Price was overheard singing by Mariah Carey who introduced her to Columbia’s then CEO Tommy Mottalo. Prior to her debut album in 1998, Soror Price collaborated and performed with artist such as The Notorious BIG, Jay-Z, Yolanda Adams, Whitney Houston, Brian McKnight, MC Lyte and R. Kelly to name a few. To date, she has been nominated for several Grammies, Soul Train Awards, gone platinum on multiple albums and becoming an activist for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Soror Price was inducted into Sigma Gamma Rho during the 2006 Boule in Dallas, Texas.
Soror Lana “MC Lyte” Moorer is an American rapper who first gained fame in the late 1980s becoming the first solo female rapper to release a full album with 1988’s critically acclaimed Lyte as a Rock. Since the release of her first album, Soror Lyte has been featured on television as herself and began what is now a very successful voice over career in 1996.
In Februrary 2006, her diary, as well as a turntable, records and other assorted ephemera from the early days of hip hop, we donated to the Smithsonian.
Soror Lyte was inducted into Sigma Gamma Rho during the 2004 Boule in Memphis, Tennessee.