The sorority’s international program, Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service, is the 2018-2022 program theme of our International President, Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover. Through this initiative, we collaborate with sponsors, community organizations and agencies to implement programs in the target areas of HBCU 4 Life: A Call to Action, Women's Healthcare and Wellness, Building Your Economic Legacy, The Arts! and Global Impact. Additionally, we provide mentorship to high school aged students through the #CAP℠ (College Admissions Process) program and serve our local and global communities through Community Impact Days.
As President of the Rho Gamma Omega Chapter, I invite you to explore our virtual home to gain additional insight into the work we do and the lives we touch. Please visit www.aka1908.com to see the great works of our sisterhood over the past 110 years.
Thank you for visiting our virtual home. If you are a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® and new to the Oranges, Maplewood or surrounding areas, or have been an inactive member looking for a chapter home, we welcome you to visit Rho Gamma Omega Chapter during our General Membership Meeting on the second Saturday of the month. Please return to our website often to stay abreast of our impactful events and service projects.
Recia A. Howard
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
Rho Gamma Omega Chapter, President
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® has been in the forefront of uplifting our local and global communities.
Since her inception in 1908, our sisterhood has stood the test of time by providing pristine and unwavering “service to all mankind.”
Since our chartering in 1987, the ladies of the “Small but Mighty” Rho Gamma Omega Chapter have worked tirelessly to stay true to our purpose by providing opportunities in the Oranges and Maplewood communities for steadfast sisterhood, community assistance, leadership development and through scholarships for college bound high school seniors.