111 years ago, Alpha Kappa Alpha, became the nation’s first sorority established by African American women, on the campus of Howard University located in Washington, D.C. Today, nearly 300,000 members worldwide, continue to be of Service to All Mankind.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated enriches minds, encourages life-long learning, provides aid for the poor, initiates social action to advance human and civil rights, workes collaboratively with other groups to maximize outreach on progressive endeavors and continuously produces leaders to continue its credo of service.
Members of the Mu Nu Omega chapter look forward to implementing the 2018-2022 program theme of Exemplifying Excellence Through
Sustainable Service under the leadership of International President Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover. Chapters throughout the world have the opportunity to address community needs through the implementation of five target areas and our signature program, CAP (College Admissions Process). The five targets include HBCU for Life: A Call to Action, Women’s Healthcare and Wellness, Building Your Economic Legacy, The Arts and Global Impact. The programs of Alpha Kappa Alpha still reflect the communal consciousness steeped in AKA tradition.
The Mu Nu Omega chapter was chartered July 9, 1978 and has continuously served Northwestern Pennsylvania for over 40 years! Throughout the years we have continued to uphold the aims of Alpha Kappa Alpha by providing impactful programming and awarding over $150,000 in academic scholarships to graduating, minority students to further their academic success in college.
Please review our website for any additional questions you may have regarding Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated or the Mu Nu Omega chapter. We are here to serve the Erie Community and appreciate your continuous support of our programs!
Omega Z. Gamble
Mu Nu Omega Chapter – President