Soror Spotlight

Soror Bridgette Burton was initiated into the Zeta Psi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. at UGA in 2011. As a member of Marietta-Roswell Alumnae Chapter, she is serving as co-chair of the Fundraising Marketing Subcommittee alongside Soror Carolyn Mayfield. She is also a part of the Project LEAD program as a mentee to Soror Myesha Davis. Prior to being a member of MRAC, she was a member of the Athens Alumnae Chapter from 2012 to 2020. She served two terms as Corresponding Secretary and was the chapter’s Technology Committee Co-chair where she got the opportunity to create a new chapter website. In Delta, she has been a member of different committees including Arts & Letters, Chapter Anniversary committee, and state conference committees. She hopes to continue to gain skills to serve on the regional and national level within the sorority.

She currently holds three degrees including a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism, a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, and a Master of Public Administration degree where she specialized in Nonprofit Management and Higher Education.  As an arts administrator, she has had the pleasure of working at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, the UGA Performing Arts Center, the Alliance Theatre, and the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre. She is currently the Artistic Producing Associate at Baltimore Center Stage Theatre for a season contract. As an artist, she writes, directs, does a little dramaturgy, enjoys photography, and acts.

Recent accomplishments include being awarded a grant from Fulton County for their Virtual Arts Initiative where she co-produced a virtual play series called “Interface” that employed over 20 local Atlanta artists. Soror Burton was also the recipient of the 2020 Atlanta Audio Fringe Award for the Most Listens for her audio play Poison’s Paradise and producer of the Mable House Barnes movie and concert series Movies and Bands: Drive- In Edition. She is also a member of the Black Theatre Girl Magic Inaugural Musical Theatre Anatomy Class of 2020.

Dr. Frita Fisher is the founder and president of her own nephrology practice (Midtown Atlanta Nephrology, P.C.), and she is the medical director of a non-profit dialysis unit (DCI). Dr. Frita loves taking care of patients and giving medical advice. She now spreads her medical knowledge beyond the confines of her office walls by being a medical expert commentator. Her YouTube channel (Dr.Frita) has over 260,000 subscribers, and she has appeared as a medical expert on shows such as HLN Weekend Express, 11 Alive News NBC, the Emmy Award Winning Paternity Court, BNC News Prime, Sister Circle Live, Personal Injury Court, V-103 Radio, and Good Day Atlanta.

Frita McRae Fisher, M.D. was born in Augusta, Georgia and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. She graduated from the Honors Program at Florida State University with a B.S. in Biology. Dr. Frita attended medical school at Meharry Medical College, which she completed with a straight A average earning honors in every clinical rotation. This well-rounded, personable physician was elected by her peers to serve as Miss Meharry Medical College (public relations liaison), and she still managed to be inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society – the highest honor attainable by a medical student.

Dr. Frita completed her Internal Medicine-Pediatrics residency at Georgetown University Hospital, and she completed her nephrology fellowship at Emory University School of Medicine. She became triple-board certified (certified in Nephrology, Internal Medicine, and Pediatrics). It is Dr. Frita’s mission to share her medical knowledge in a manner which is easy to understand so that people can live their happiest, healthiest lives.