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Most recently, she served as a senior program and project manager at the Department of Justice (DOJ), where she oversaw payment communications for the 9/11 Victims Fund. Prior to joining DOJ, Antoinette served as a senior project manager and marketing & communications strategist at NeighborWorks America, where she was the lead publisher and marketer of the book, “NeighborWorks Works.” Antoinette led project based strategic communications and book marketing messaging counsel to NeighborWorks America 250-member networks. She also provided high-level communications support to leadership for overall visibility, branding alignment and messaging. She has also held management positions at TCBoutik, NucoreVision Inc. and the International Life Sciences Institute.
Antoinette holds a bachelor’s in Psychology from George Mason University and a Master of Business Administration, with a marketing focus from the University of Phoenix. She is Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certified. Antoinette enjoys watching movies, remaking her favorite foods into healthy versions, spending time with her family and hosting game night with her husband.
Pat is a member and has held officer positions of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Crimson and Cream Community Foundation, Pages Readers Group and FEM Investment Group.
Pat received her MBA from the University of Phoenix.
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Professionally, she has worked in the private and non-profit sectors as both a manager and director. Most recently she worked for the city of Desoto as the Victim Advocate for Family and Victim Violence.
She has a M. Ed from the University of Texas @ Arlington; B.A.A.S from the University of North Texas @ Denton, TX; certificates in Mid-level Management from El Centro Jr. College Dallas, TX, and Non-Profit Leadership Management from Southern Methodist University – SMU in conjunction with the Center for Non-Profit Management Dallas, TX. Mrs. Berry is also a 2005 graduate and former board chair for Leadership Southwest.
Jessica M. Brown
Central Regional Director
Eastern Regional Director
She holds an MSW Degree from Morgan State University. After 30 continuous years of service and being qualified as an expert witness in criminal and juvenile cases, she retired in 2017 from Child Protective Services in Baltimore City. She investigated cases involving all types of child maltreatment. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, going to the senior center and traveling.
Far Western Regional Director
Pamela holds the office the Far Western Regional Director for Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. and member Gamma Mu Chapter, Los Angles, California. Her reputation as an FWR “Worker Bee”—translated as “working and not shirking”— preceded her into IOTA. In return for its commitment to her, Pamela gives IOTA dedication, passion, an innate sense of adventure, the ability to multitask, undaunted enthusiasm and uncompromising loyalty.
Sociology was Pamela’s major at California State University, Long Beach and she since gone on to study at Arizona State University.
Phyllis A. Moore
Southern Regional Director
She is committed to our great sorority and finds the shared purpose and common vision of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. powerful and gratifying.
Her favorite sorority moments are times spent with sorors, working on programs, and enjoying the sisterly fellowship of each other.
A native Knoxvillan, first generation high school and college graduate, she is employed at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, as Director of Alumni Programs.
Married to MOI Michael Moore, they have one daughter and two grandchildren. Soror Moore, enjoys quilting, reading and traveling in her spare time.
Southwestern Regional Director
As a proven leader and professional, Ms. Loud served 33 years with Delta Airlines as a Supervisor and Communications Liaison to over 7,000 employees before retiring in 2005. She earned a B.S. Degree and a teaching certificate in Elementary Education and English from East Texas State University (Texas A&M University), Commerce, TX.
Ms. Loud is truly dedicated to her Dallas community and has been a member of Warren United Methodist Church since birth. She is the Church Council Chair and was the Finance Chair and Board Member of District Metro Buildings and Relocations. In her spare time she volunteers as a Reading Tutor in the church’s After School Program.