On January 15, 1908, nine visionary women had the desire to implement the First African American Greek organization at Howard University.  For 111 years Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated has been a strong presence in communities all over the world.

Since 1934, Beta Gamma Omega has been working to support the community through scholarships, community beautification, health and wellness, voter registration, education and a host of other events and activities.

Our 30th International President, Dr. Glenda Glover, will lead us for the next four years with the theme, “Exemplifying Excellence through Sustainable Service.” With this theme, our focus will be supporting HBCU’s, Health and Wellness, Economic Empowerment, Childhood Hunger, Art Appreciation, College Admissions, and Global Impact.  For more information, please check our program page on the website.

If you are a Pearl in need of a chapter or a Pearl who wishes to reconnect, please email me at kpbrown51@yahoo.com.

We appreciate your visit to our website.  If you have any questions about upcoming events, please feel free to contact me.


Kimberly Parker-Brown

President of Beta Gamma Omega Chapter

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