Soror Lindy M. Brown, Former Wake County Commissioner
Soror Lindy M. Brown grew up as a Community Advocate. She received her Undergraduate degree from North Carolina Central University and a Master’s degree from UNC-Chapel Hill School of Social Work. Soror Lindy Brown is a Clinical Social Worker and currently, a Wake County Deputy Clerk in Special Proceedings, Adoptions.
Throughout, her professional career, Soror Brown became a stalwart “Community Advocate for the disabled, mentally ill and homeless/substance abuse citizens of Wake County. Soror Brown worked on numerous campaigns throughout her thirty-four years of service in Wake County, North Carolina. She pursued her first run for Wake County Board of Commissioners in 2005 and WON! During her four years term, she was elected Vice-Chair by her peers and became Acting Chair during the illness of the Chair. Wake County Citizens named her “The Peoples County Commissioner” for her willingness to listen and lead with a “Voice of Reason.”
Governor Beverly Perdue appointed her to North Carolina State Social Services Commission in 2015.
Soror Lindy M. Brown became a Zeta in 1993, and ZOL Certified in 2007 (Group 1). She has held numerous positions on the State, Regional and National levels. She was appointed to the National Get Engaged Team (Eastern Region) in 2018, and later the National Social Action Chair during Grand Valerie Hollingsworth- Baker, first year as the 25th International Grand Basileus.
Being a community activist is second nature to her. Soror Lindy M. Brown states “It gives me joy knowing that I have provided others with the necessary resources to exercise their right to VOTE and bring about a positive change to our society.”
Let’s welcome Soror Lindy M. Brown, Life Member as a panelist!