This site was last updated on February 19, 2020.

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Leadership

OFFICERS

 

President

Letitia Bryant

Vice President 

Annetta Butler

Recording Secretary

Latonya Conkleton

Assistant Recording Secretary

Annette Neal

Financial Secretary

Marquaita Warren

Corresponding Secretary

Regina Cook

Treasurer

Katrina Ghazanfar

Ivy Leaf Reporter

Tabidrik (Tam) Reed

Sergeant at Arms

Ayanna Whitesides

Parliamentarian

Glenda Gill

STANDING COMMITTEE

CHAIRS

Programs

Annetta Butler

Audit

Glenda Gill

 

Budget

Katrina Ghazanfar

Bylaws

Glenda Gill

Leadership & Development

Regina Cook

Membership

Tabidrik (Tam) Reed

Nominating

Kia Neville

 

Protocol

Krista Ray

Standards

Marsha McFadden

AKA Connect/Political Action

Michelle Dewberry

Technology

Tabidrik (Tam) Reed

Aloha 

Jamila (Gina) Evans

 

Fundraising

Kawanis Carter

CHARTER MEMBERS

 

Annie Briscoe

Sharon Brown

Dale Buffaloe

Bessie Crawford

Ella Edwards

Geraldine Hale

Barbara Hayman

Dorothy Henry

Barbara Jones

Sandi (Lakin) Sumbry

Lorene McLaurin

Georgette Moon

Ada Morgan

Virginia Payton

Lorna Peck

Donna Poindexter

Jane Sayles

Marjorie Singer

Edith Smith

Donnis Thompson

  FORMER PRESIDENTS

 

Michelle Dewberry, 2015-2019

Marsha McFadden, 2014-2015

   Orlesia Tucker, 2014

   Carolyn C. Williams, 2012-2013

   

   Marsha McFadden, 2007-2012

   Cateena Powers

   Barbara Perry

   Carmen Halmon

   Felecia Phillips-Welch

   Gwendolyn Johnson

   Lorna Peck

About Us

The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was founded in 1908 in Washington, District of Columbia.  For 112 years our membership continues to serve globally as leaders and change agents to improve quality of life throughout the globe in service to all mankind.  The Lambda Chi Omega Chapter of Hawaii's membership is comprised of college educated women with demonstrated leadership in professions which include medicine, education, law, business and finance as well as public service at federal, state and local levels.

Lambda Chi Omega Chapter was chartered on March 24, 1978 in Honolulu.  For over 40 years our chapter has served throughout the state and the Pacific islands, bringing extensive training, experience and research to benefit local communities.  As with the birth of our national organization, Lambda Chi Omega is known as Alpha Kappa Alpha’s “First Chapter of the Pacific.” Just like our Founders’, the humbled beginnings began in Hawaii as an interest group
and taking on the Hawaiian language AKAMAI – meaning “smart” women.

 

Today, we are committed to continue the legacy of those who came before us through sisterhood, scholarship and service.  Hence, we are "Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service" to meet the needs of communities.  For more information about Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, visit www.aka1908.com.