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"I am proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated who has served the sisterhood for nearly 30 years.  In addition to the exciting opportunity to aid in the expansion of the sorority, I am humbled and honored to serve as the inaugural president of Delta Alpha Nu Zeta chapter. We are a highly educated group of community servants. Our team of charter members, dedicated hundreds of hours to research and strategize to ensure this new group will have the resources and supports needed to carryout the mission of our sorority for the cities of Adelanto, Apple Valley, Barstow, Hesperia and Victorville. I have lived, worked and played in the Inland Empire since my family returned from military service and settled here in 2004. I look forward to the great work we will do with and for the High Desert community."

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About April

Dr. April Clay became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated on the campus of California State University, Northridge on February 25, 1995 by way of Omega Kappa undergraduate chapter. Through her membership April has served in various positions on the chapter, state, regional and international level. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist who earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Psychology and a Doctorate in Education with an emphasis on Educational Justice. 


Dr. Clay is the inaugural president of Delta Alpha Nu Zeta chapter where she serves as an ex-officio member of all chapter committees. April played an instrumental role in the chapter’s charter. Her service with the sorority includes her present role as Chair of the International Elections Committee and secretary of the Inland Empire’s National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC-IE). She is the CEO and founder of Clay Counseling Solutions and Clay Counseling Foundation, a mental health corporation and charity. 


When she is not serving the community through her sorority, you can find April serving in other capacities including as the chair of San Bernardino County’s Department of Behavioral Health Cultural Competence Advisory Committee, parlimentarian for the National Council for Negro Women (NCNW), and as board member and volunteer for the National Black Grads. She also enjoys traveling, scuba diving, and spending time with friends, family, her husband of 28 years and their children and their grandson. To learn more about April's service in the sorority, see her Zeta resume below. 

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