Since its beginnings in 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated has implemented programs of  service impacting countless lives.


The 2018-2022 International Program will focus on Exemplifying Service through Sustainable Service℠. Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, through its 300,000 members and 1008 chapters, will have an opportunity to address community needs with programs in five target areas:


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HBCU for Life:  A Call to Action

Chairmen: Edith M. Terrell & Teena Jones


Chapters will promote and market historically black colleges and universities and encourage students to attend HBCU's.  #CAP will assist students college admissions and provide guidance and support.

Women's Healthcare & Wellness
Chairmen:  Frances Harris & Josephine Cross 
Building Your Economic Legacy

         Chairman: Janet E. Barnes

"There are ties that bind, and ties that choke." We strive to help build positive, communicative families that can transcend personal and interpersonal challenges with grace.  

Sorority members and selected communities will improve their knowledge of key aspects of targeted healthy behaviors and thus, improve health status and well being. 

The Arts

Chairmen: Debbie White-Stokes & Renee Harns
Global Impact
Chairmen: Tamekia Hall & Alisa Adams

As we have become more aware of our environmental footprint, we have also become more aware of our responsibility to Mother Earth.  We aim to enact positive environmental change in both local and global communities.

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We are blessed to live in a land of opportunity. However, "for of those to whom much is given, much is required" as John F. Kennedy said. We hope to improve the life conditions of others who are less fortunate but no less worthy of abundance and joy.