AKA Women

The local Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Pi Delta Omega Chapter hosted its Cluster I meeting in Miami.

Regional Director Carolyn Gause Randolph delivered the state of the region address. Workshops were presented by Judge Kimberly Esmond-Adams and Rosalind Osgood. In addition to the workshops, various chapters and individuals shared examples of their community service projects and exemplary models were recognized and awarded. Gloria Thornhill, a diamond member, was honored and celebrated for her 75 years of service in AKA.

More than 600 people attended.

Southwood Middle School String Ensemble, the a cappella chorale from Arthur and Polly Mays Conservatory of the Arts, and hip-hop violinist Kevin “Bix Lux” Lowther performed.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, a 300,000+ member organization of college-educated Black women, is grouped by regions. The largest region, South Atlantic, is then arranged into smaller clusters. Cluster I, led by Kay Madry Sullivan, includes graduate and undergraduate chapters from five Florida counties: Fort Pierce, St Lucie, Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade.

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