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Chapter President

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated ® has built a legacy of service and change in the African American community and beyond since 1908. The Iota Kappa Omega Chapter, established on October 28, 1972, strives to fulfill the mission of service and cultural enhancement through creative program initiatives and community partnerships.


​The international program initiative developed by Danette Anthony Reed, our International President, is Soaring to Greater Heights of Service and Sisterhood. Through this international program, members of Alpha Kappa Alpha will address community needs with programs in five target areas:
 

Empower Our Families
Build Our Economic Wealth
Enhance Our Environment
Advocate for Social Justice
Uplift Our Local Community​ 

​Our local program initiatives reflect and build on our international service agenda. Our chapter implements activities and events that allows our members to connect with and build community relationships and partnerships with other organizations.

Greetings from Our

Chapter President

​​The work of the Iota Kappa Omega Chapter has impacted the Greater Greenville Community for almost 50 years. Our signature events include our Fashionetta Pageant, Pink Pearl Luncheon, Senior Citizens Program and our Pink Masquerade Ball. In keeping with our international service agenda, we have organized events to promote Breast Cancer Awareness and Heart Health Awareness. The chapter has participated in Relay for Life, volunteered at the Hope Lodge for cancer patients, given donations to food banks and mentored high school students as they navigate the college application process through our former signature #CAP Program.

Each member of the Iota Kappa Omega Chapter shares a commitment to service by dedicating time, talents and resources to create a world that empowers the lives of the community. If you have questions about our community initiatives or if you would like to partner or collaborate with us, please feel free to Contact Us.
 
Sincerely,


Delilah Jackson​​

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