The illustrious ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Upsilon Tau Omega Chapter welcome you to our website. Since our chartering in 1997, the members of Upsilon Tau Omega Chapter have actively worked in the surrounding communities to implement programs to enrich the lives of residents in Southern Prince George’s County, Maryland.
We continuously partner with like-minded organizations to identify and address areas of concern for residents locally, nationally, and globally that align with our International Program. Our 2014-2018 Program Targets are Educational Enrichment, Health Promotion, Family Strengthening, Environmental Ownership, and Global Impact. We are thankful that you have taken the time to visit our website to learn more about the extraordinary service we enthusiastically provide our community as Alpha Kappa Alpha women. We take our commitment to service very seriously through programs such as: A.S.C.E.N.D sm, the Historically Black Colleges and University Fair, Warm Nights, Teen Dating Violence Awareness Walk, and the Aspiring Leaders Mentoring Program.
It is an honor to serve as the President of such a brilliant and celebrated chapter. We are starting our 18th year of service to the community and we have grown from a small group of 39 dedicated women to more than 160 hard-working and warm-spirited members. We are a large, loving, multigenerational chapter with a passion for sisterhood and service.
If you have any questions about the services provided by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated or Upsilon Tau Omega Chapter, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
"Upsilon Tau Omega: One Voice, One Vision, One Direction”
Danaeka L. Spear
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
Upsilon Tau Omega Chapter
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