Chapter History

Pi Eta Omega Chapter owes its beginning to the foresight of two members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated that through a chance meeting at church, laid the foundation for a chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated to be founded to serve in Clay, Duval, Putnam, and St. John’s counties. These two ladies along with 15 other passionate members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated worked diligently to build a legacy known as Pi Eta Omega that would impact the citizens of those counties.

Charter Members

  • Elaine Bartlette
  • Sheron Ellison
  • Ruby George
  • LaDeirdre Goolsby
  • Violetta Hill
  • Gwendolyn Hunter
  • Gayle T Johnson
  • Lytinia McCullough
  • Gloria McFadden
  • Coretha Oliver
  • Louise Seabury
  • Dothea Smith
  • Mary Catherine Smith
  • Doris Swinton
  • Anne Thompson
  • Dorothy Ware
  • Audrey D. Washington

Since the chartering of Pi Eta Omega on May 31, 1986, the chapter has served these counties through several programs focused on The Black Family, Education, Health, Economic Awareness, Politics, and The Arts.