Chelle Luper Wilson is a Silver Star member with 26 years of uninterrupted service, initiated into the Alpha Zeta Chapter (Langston University) in 1992, where she held the positions of President and Ivy Leaf Reporter. She continues her tradition of service and leadership in the Tau Rho Omega Chapter (Carrollton, Texas); where she has served in the positions of Corresponding Secretary, Ivy Leaf Reporter, Graduate Advisors’ Council Member, Assistant Graduate Advisor, Graduate Advisor, 1st Vice President and President.
At the international level, she has served as the South Central Regional EAF Coordinator, and Regional Representative to the International Program and Constitution Committees. In 2012 she was elected to serve on the Directorate as the 24th Regional Director of the South Central Region.
She is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Langston University, receiving her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Broadcast Journalism. She is currently pursuing graduate work in Multicultural Women’s and Gender Studies, with an emphasis in African and African American Women, at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas.
She enjoys entrepreneurial success as the owner of Pink Saige Boutique and Power Moves Communications, and dedicates time continuing the legacy of her mother, the late civil rights activist Clara Luper, through the establishment of the Clara Luper Legacy Foundation. She credits her professional development through her work experience in management, marketing, advertising and sales for Allstate Insurance, Sally Beauty Company and Pro-Line Corporation
Chelle made history at the 1994 NAACP National Convention by becoming the first youth ever elected to the NAACP National Board of Directors At-Large position. She is currently active with various charities, civic and social groups including Jack and Jill of America, Inc.; The Links, Inc.; PTA; National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation; Langston University Alumni Association; Mocha Moms; National Association of Women Writers; National Women of Achievement; African American Intellectual History Society; National Council of Negro Women; African American Museum of Dallas, and is a charter member of the Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture.
She is happily married to Dr. Marc A. Wilson (Life Member, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.) and the couple resides in Frisco, Texas with their three daughters Sasha, Sydney and Saige, and son William.