A previous leader of Delta Sigma Theta and her significant other Diallo Arnett has conceded. The charge was a bank extortion of $150,000 from the dark sorority.
Arnett is an American financial specialist. He is most popular as the spouse of government connection master Jeanine Henderson Arnett. The couple is indicted for stealing cash for individual costs.
Diallo is 47 years of age starting at 2021. His careful date of birth and origination isn’t known. Diallo right now lives in Loudon County, Virginia with his family.
Diallo Arnett doesn’t have a Wikipedia page committed to himself. He is hitched to Jeanine Henderson Arnett. They have a girl. The couple has not uncovered the name of their girl openly.
Jeanine and Diallo conceded to a charge of theft of more than $150,000 on April 20, 2021, and April 28, 2021, individually. As indicated by the Washington Post, they confessed to abusing the cash through cash moves and charge card exchanges for individual use.
They admitted to the misappropriation from October 2017 to September 2019. Jeanine was removed from the dark sorority after the monetary misrepresentation was found. There is no data on Diallo’s total assets and pay.
He is the entrepreneur and leader culinary specialist of Country Boy’s Catering Company, Virginia. The cooking professes to give the best kinds of the South.
Jeanine Henderson Arnett, Former Exec Director of the Historic Black Sorority Delta Sigma Theta, and Husband Diallo Arnett Plead Guilty to Bank Fraud From Her Embezzlment of Over $150,000 –https://t.co/JF8FhPUK00 pic.twitter.com/MNWDmaUgW8
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Then again, his significant other has had insight as an administration official for more than 20 years now. Preceding working for Delta Sigma Theta, she filled in as the Director of Government Relations and Public Policy for the Association for Financial Professionals.
She additionally worked in the Public Policy division at the National Headquarters of the American Red Cross. Jeanine additionally went through more than five years in the American Bankers Association’s Government Relations division.