Chi Omega Omega Chapter Mission: Service and Sisterhood
Greetings from the President
On behalf of the members of Chi Omega Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®, I welcome you to our chapter’s website! It is an honor to serve as the ninth president of this great chapter. This year, Chi Omega Omega Chapter is turning Sweet Sixteen and we have done so much in what seems like so little time! As we forge forward in this virtual world, we continue to be committed to providing programs of service that foster strong relationships and community outreach in the following areas we serve: Bronzeville, Douglas, Englewood, Grand Boulevard, Hyde Park, Kenwood, Oakland, and Washington Park!
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® was founded in 1908 and was the first organization designed for college-educated, African-American women. From its respectful beginnings at Howard University in Washington, D.C. more than a century ago to its worldwide footprint today, it is with great pride that the members of the Chi Omega Omega Chapter continue to advocate for and advance the legacy of our founders.
Under the leadership of our 30th International Greek letter organization President, Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, Ph.D., JD, CPA, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® remains a necessary 21st-century service organization that addresses some of the greatest human rights, civil rights, and social issues in our society today. The sorority’s 2018-2022 International Program Initiatives under the platform of Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service, addresses community needs with programs in five target areas:
- HCBU for Life: A Call to Action
- Womens’ Healthcare and Wellness
- Building Your Economic Legacy
- The Arts!
- Global Impact
Now more than ever, women, specifically women of color, are necessary for the sustainability of our society. Community, civic engagement and consciousness are keys to the efforts we exude throughout the U.S. and beyond. Chi Omega Omega Chapter takes pride in exemplifying excellence via our commitment to delivering exceptional community service projects and scholastic efforts. Throughout the years, Chi Omega Omega Chapter has provided hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships to high school students and donated monies, time and resources to local nonprofits. We encourage and welcome support of our programs and fundraising events from the community and business partners. Together, we can continue our legacy of service to all mankind. Thank you and we look forward to you helping H.E.R. help others.
In Sisterhood and Service,
Chi Omega Omega Chapter