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OUR 2022-2026

Soaring to Greater Heights of Service and Sisterhood | The 2022-2026 Board of Directors seeks to build upon Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated's rich legacy of service by galvanizing our sisterhood of more than 120,000 active members to lead and serve on the front lines of change, education, and advocacy.

We will employ select strategies to optimize our collective ability and to improve and protect the environment at scale. We will prioritize activities that promote the adoption of more sustainable and responsible practices.

We stand in the gap to empower our communities and act in the best interests of all people through social advocacy and justice. We will equip communities with the tools, knowledge, and support to activate their voices and mobilize self-help to empower communities to help themselves.

We will celebrate excellence, promote a focus on service, and stimulate and showcase best practices; "Local Change, Big Impact and Global Showcase."

We will intentionally take time to fellowship and form lifelong relationships based on affinity, love, trust, respect, and shared goals and interests, while concurrently building on our foundation to serve others.

We will take a multi-generational approach to fortify families within our communities by addressing child hunger and promoting positive youth development and leadership, mental well-being, and senior life.

We will further encourage and equip our members to place key strategies into action to build personal, organizational, and community economic wealth.

Alpha Alpha Lambda Omega' Work


AALO Service Spotlight | The Pretty in Pink Pop-Up Shop Business Directory

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is launching our most progressive and revolutionary economic initiatives this century.  Through 2026, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is supporting women entrepreneurs, focusing on efforts to promote, celebrate, enhance, reach, raise visibility, and offer access to greater revenue-generating opportunities.

Alpha Alpha Lambda Omega Chapter is pleases to spotlight woman owned black businesses in Prince George's County, Maryland.  We invite you to learn more about how you can connect and further support their businesses.

Our Impact



Childhood Hunger Power Packs distributed.


Menstrual products collected and distributed.

300 lbs

Paper shredded and responsibly recycled.


Spent with black-owned businesses.


AALO Mental Health Resource Guides distributed.


Saved during the AALO $avings Challenge.

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