ABOUT US Delta Kappa Gamma Society International is a professional honorary society of women educators that encourages professional and personal growth of its members and excellence in education. With the addition of the first Asian country, Japan, the organization has recently expanded to 19 countries, with over 90,000 members worldwide. Over 10,000 of those members are located in our great state of Texas. Our chapter, Epsilon Omega, is one of the approximately 288 chapters in our state and has a membership of about 80. Because of the active participation of members and the great leadership, our chapter has received many awards and and has made our presence known in the community through our projects. A charter member, Pauline Yeldermann, the first President of Epsilon Omega established a Trust Fund. The monies from this fund are invested, with a portion of the interest added to the principle annually. The remaining interest is awarded as two grants: The Pauline Yelderman Scholarship and the James and Caroline Yelderman Scholarship. These grants-in-aid are awarded to deserving senior high school girls graduating LCISD or NISD High Schools, pursuing a degree in education. Benefits of members of this organization are: opportunities in leadership training, scholarships, grants, insurance group discounts, and networking opportunities through attendance at conferences and conventions and much more. Membership in this organization is through invitation only and is considered a prestigious honor. We want to know more about you! If you are a retired woman educator or a currently employed woman educator living in West Fort Bend County and you would like to know more about this organization, or you are a member of DKG looking for a chapter, please leave your contact information below and we will contact you.