Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was the first African American sorority established in 1908 by collegiate women on the campus of Howard University. From its inception, it has built a legacy of service and social action. Theta Phi Omega, the Plainfield chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was chartered under the leadership of Esther Pollard, the 20th North Atlantic Regional Director, on Saturday, December 14, 1968. We serve Union County, New Jersey and the surrounding areas.
In April 2004 Ivy Visions Inc. was founded as the charitable arm of Theta Phi Omega Chapter Both organizations align with the overarching national sorority’s mission through community engagement and community partnerships.
Under the leadership of 30th International President, Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover, we are rededicating ourselves to our calls to action and service. Specifically, through our international program, Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service, we are focused on these 5 target areas:
TARGET 1: HBCU for Life: A Call to Action
TARGET 2: Women’s Healthcare and Wellness
TARGET 3: Building Your Economic Legacy
TARGET 4: The Arts!
TARGET 5: Global Impact
The chapter will continue to focus on active engagement and collaboration with local partners to deliver on our outlined new initiatives.
Each member of Theta Phi Omega Chapter has a commitment to the sorority’s motto – Service To All Mankind – by dedicating our time, talent and resources to tackle problems. We are a chapter that is focused on developing leadership and fostering an inclusive environment. Within our chapter, we provide support for all members wherever they are in their Alpha Kappa Alpha journey. We are also committed to supporting each other personally and professionally. If you are a current member in search of a chapter, I encourage you to visit with us and consider making us your home chapter
If you have any questions about us or our events please contact us.
Dr. Carla Daniels