A New Tradition of Excellence
Psi Pi Omega chapter is proud to have made its mark in our first year as a chapter. Though small in number, we carry out the mission of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated in our neighborhoods and throughout the Southern Treasure Coast.
Helping Local Students Succeed
Operation Back to School helps local students succeed by giving them the books and supplies they need to do their best in the classroom. Psi Pi Omega is honored to host this annual event to give back to the underprivileged youth in Martin County.
Eat to Feed: Hunger Awareness
Psi Pi Omega's Annual Eat to Feed project supports Heifer International, a worldwide charity that helps put an end to hunger by providing livestock, planting seeds and sustainable farming support to impoverished families.
Breast Cancer Awareness
According to the American Cancer Society's Breast Cancer Facts & Figures 2011-2012, African-American women are more likely to die from breast cancer than any other group. Psi Pi Omega's Passion for Pink event helps raise awareness among this group of women.
Welcome to Psi Pi Omega's Website
On behalf of the members of Psi Pi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, we welcome you to our website. Psi Pi Omega was chartered on December 10, 2011 and we have already established a presence on the Southern Treasure Coast. Our membership is comprised of a dynamic group of college educated women who represent business, education, engineering, health, legal, political, and other fields all committed to our mission of sisterhood “and “service to all mankind”.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. has been at the forefront in providing “service to all mankind” since 1908. Our 28th International President, Carolyn House Stewart, Esq. has established the program initiative “Global Leadership through Timeless Service." This signature program includes: Emerging Young Leaders, Health initiatives that encompass Asthma Prevention and Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability, Global Poverty, Economic Security, Social Justice and Human Rights, and the Internal Leadership Training for External Service Initiative for members of the chapter. By focusing on these program initiatives, we are able to meet the needs of our community in a variety of areas.
Please browse our website and see what we are doing in Martin and St. Lucie Counties. We look forward to meeting you at one of our many events as you witness our “Service to All Mankind.”
Sonyá Finney, President
Local students learn the
The Psi Pi Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.'s Emerging Young Leaders (EYL) received a lesson about the electoral process during a recent visit to the election center.
Sorority leaders created questions for a mock ballot regarding the rights and duties of citizens. The group then had the opportunity vote on the questions using Double Click Democracy, an online voting program used for school elections and received official “I VOTED” stickers.
The Emerging Young Leaders also toured the elections center and listened as Kherri Anderson, deputy of elections outreach, presented an overview of the voting process and discussed the importance of being an informed and active voter when the students turn 18.
Supervisor of Elections Vicki Davis shared with the students her responsibilities in the election process and thanked them for visiting the elections center.
Project Pink and Green Day
Saturday, December 10, 2011, was declared Project Pink and Green Day as members of Project Pink and Green Interest Group became the charter members of Psi Pi Omega Chapter. Soror Marsha Lewis Brown, South Atlantic Regional Director, conducted the ceremony.
The 25 charter members were “tickled pink” to also have in attendance Supreme Basileus, Soror Carolyn House Stewart; Supreme Tamiouchos, Soror Delores Y. McKinley; and International Standards Committee Chairperson, Soror Joyce Henderson. Over 200 people welcomed the first chapter to be chartered in the South Atlantic Region and Florida under the current administration.
Psi Pi Omega will continue to make service a timeless mission.
Psi Pi Omega
November 9, 2013
10:30 a.m. to
Port St. Lucie, FL
AKA Quick Facts
Founded: January 15, 1908 at Howard University
Incorporated: January 29, 1913
Twenty Pearls: Founders and Incorporators
Motto: “By Culture and By Merit”
Symbol: Ivy Leaf
Flower: Pink Tea Rose
Colors: Salmon Pink and Apple Green
Official Publication: Ivy Leaf magazine