Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
Epsilon Epsilon Omega Chapter

Alpha Kappa

 

"Sisterhood is a bond we share..."


Each year the Epsilon Epsilon Omega chapter elects a member who has demonstrated exceptional service, leadership and sisterhood, to be our "Soror of the Year".  Congratulations to our newest Soror of the Year! We appreciate all your efforts!


Soror of the Year 2017

Dionne Webster

Chapter (school) year initiated in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated:

Epsilon Epsilon Omega Chapter, (Champaign, IL)  2014

 

Year joined Epsilon Epsilon Omega:

2014

 

Current and past involvement in Epsilon Epsilon Omega and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (positions held, committee involvement, etc.):

I am the Corresponding Secretary and Chairman of the Reading is Fundamental/RIF Committee and the Public Relations Committee, and a Co-Chairman of the Sisterly Relations Committee. I was the Co-Chairman of the Standards/Protocol Committee and a member of the ASCEND Committee. I am currently an active participant on the following committees: Membership, Founders’ Day, Technology, Scholarship, and Archives.

 

College(s)/Degree(s):

I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Junior High School Education from Eastern Illinois University, and Master’s degree in Educational Administration from Eastern Illinois University.


 

Other community service involvement:

I am a member of Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church where I serve as a Deaconess. I love capturing special moments through photography; I also enjoy writing, reading Christian and inspirational books, gardening, traveling, and shopping.

 

Why did you become a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated?

I was mentored and inspired by several members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority growing up in Danville, IL.  Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is the first African-American sorority; it was founded in 1908 when African-Americans and especially women had to fight for their rights and for their voices to be heard. I have also been motivated and empowered by African-American history; I wanted to be a part of an organization whose philanthropic founders paved the way for African-American women to excel academically, professionally, and morally. The purpose of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated: to cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, to promote unity and friendship among college women, and to be a service to all mankind, parallels my personal and professional missions in life. I love being a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated!


Thank you Soror Dionne for all the work that you do in support of the mission of our sorority!

Previous Sorors of the Year (click images to see more).

Leola Davis (2016)

Tia Butler (2015)