About Us

Trinity (TX) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated was chartered by 21 women on May 14, 1994, following a five-year period serving the needs of the community as an interest group of The Links, Incorporated. Since inception, Trinity has evolved into a nationally recognized, award-winning chapter. The group of over 50 dynamic African-American professional women is passionate about serving the Dallas, Texas community by providing transformational programs, in particular the longstanding STEM-focused So SMAART mentoring program for girls.

Trinity Chapter Members

Sonya D. Hoskins, Esq., President • Sharon S. Gilmore, Esq., Vice President – Membership • Carol West, Vice President- Programs • Gwen George, Treasurer • Jeannine Brew Braggs, Financial Secretary • Keesha Williams, Recording Secretary • Denise Wilkerson, Corresponding Secretary • Camille Stearns Miller, Esq., Parliamentarian • Ruth Robinson, Chaplain^ • Thalia Matherson, Ed.D., Organizational Effectiveness Chair^ • Sharyn Holley, Immediate Past President^


Mia Ashe-Randolph
Barbara Bardwell
Stephanie Bird
Sharon Blackman, Ed.D.
Genevieve Brembry
Jo Anne Brunson
Jarita Camacho
Mildred Carrethers
Audra Chavis
Cheryl Dunbar-Wilson

Marcella Foreman
Ann Gibson
Helen Giddings^
Marilynn Gordon^
Demetria Hall
Racheal Hill
Sharon Holland-Cornell
Lorraine Hood-Jack
Andrea Howard
Debra Hunter Johnson, Esq.

Floristene Johnson
Delva King, Ph.D.^
Sherilyn Medlock
Ethel Mymbs
Donna Newsome, M.D., Ph.D.
Venita Owens
Loren Parker-Jackson, Esq.
Sandy Poindexter
Hon. Monica McCoy Purdy
Kimberly Raye

DeMetris Sampson, Esq.
Michelle Smith-Peters, Esq.
Lela O. Thompson^
Ava Washington^
Ann Williams^
Donza Rogers Williams, M.D.
Alicia Brown Young

^ Charter member

The Links, Incorporated
is an international, not-for-profit corporation, established in 1946. The membership consists of nearly 14,000 professional women of color in 284 chapters located in 41 states, the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. It is one of the nation’s oldest and largest volunteer service organizations of extraordinary women who are committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry. The Links Foundation, Incorporated, a 501 (c) (3) corporation, is the philanthropic arm of The Links, Incorporated.  Visit The Links, Incorporated’s Website.