About

The Alpha Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is the Greater Raleigh flagship chapter which was chartered in 1928.  In its more than ninety (90) years of exemplifying “Supreme in Service to All Mankind,” the chapter has obtained numerous regional awards and national recognition for its support of the sorority’s programs and its service in and to the local community.

Alpha Theta Omega Chapter has awarded more than one (1) million dollars in scholarships through its annual debutante ball since 1937 and has tutored hundreds of students through its reading programs.  Members of the chapter have held or currently hold public office or key career positions.

The sorority’s current theme, “Exemplifying Excellence through Sustainable Service,” has provided Alpha Theta Omega Chapter the opportunity to support HBCUs, promote Women’s Health and Wellness, donate resources for Global Impact, and elevate the arts and the Harlem Renaissance.

 

Membership in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is by invitation and, therefore, membership in Alpha Theta Omega Chapter is by invitation to college graduates of high scholastic and ethical standards who desire to be of service to all mankind.  The chapter meets at 10:00 A.M. on the third Saturday of each month except July and August at its assembly house located at 2325 Garner Road.

 

Follow the chapter on Facebook.  Inactive members and members new to the area may contact chapter officers at 919-836-1667 for more information.

 

Mary D. DesChamps
Chapter President