Our History

It started with 16 visionaries....

Theta Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. was chartered on November 23,1968, in Fairfield County, by 16 visionary women who wanted to provide service to all mankind.

For over 50 years Theta Tau Omega has been serving the Greater Bridgeport Connecticut area.Theta Tau Omega Chapter is proud to be a member of the Notable North Atlantic Region.  This region is the founding place of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority Incorporated, and is noted for many other accomplishments. 


Theta Tau Omega Chapter takes great pride in the strength of our Ivy. We make it our personal and chapter commitment to enhance our relationships within our illustrious Sisterhood of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.

For more information on the North Atlantic Region please visit  www.akanorthatlantic.org


Visionaries


Marjorie R. Brown                      Mary Evans
Mildred Gissentanner                Donna L. Hardy
Brownie Johnson**                    Gladys L. Hill**
Jakie Willis                                 Janet L. Knighton
Laura Almore                             Elenda London
Magalene L. Bowling                 Jacqueline Montague**
Ann Echols                                Rudy Motley**
Janice Evans                             Patricia W. Suber

​** Deceased Members**

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Chapter Officers

President: LaShante’ A. James 

1st Vice President: Regina L. Vermont

2nd Vice President: Meredith Suttles

Assistant Membership Chair: Shamain Johnson- Cohen

Treasurer: Jamie Cook

Secretary: Shanasia Shelton

Financial Secretary: Lataya Middleton

Corresponding Secretary: Elizabeth Braxton

Parliamentarian: Hakima Bey-Coon

Historian: Evelyn L. Nims

Standards Chair: Jacee Rhodes

Ivy Leaf Reporter: Joy Daniels

Seargeant-At-Arms: Olivia B. Daniels

Member-At-Large: Bria Parkman-McCullough

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Purpose

Our Targets

Target 1: HBCU for Life: A Call to Action

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Alpha Kappa Alpha will continue its focus on education with an emphasis on historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).

Target 2: Women's Healthcare and Wellness

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Alpha Kappa Alpha will continue to raise community awareness of critical health issues impacting African-American women. The primary focuses will be breast cancer awareness and prevention, heart health, nutrition and wellness, and care for the caregivers.

Target 3: Building Your Economic Legacy

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Alpha Kappa Alpha will emphasize financial planning, asset accumulation, and wealth building including savings and investments, managing debt, and improving credit.

Target 4: The Arts!

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Alpha Kappa Alpha will expose students to arts enrichment and culture by focusing on visual and performing arts and by showcasing talent through the exploration of writers, entertainers and various other artists.

Target 5: Global Impact

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Alpha Kappa Alpha will engage in programming designed to enhance the international footprint of the sorority.