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Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of AKA Celebrates 116 Years of Service

The Gamma Theta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. celebrated its 116th Founders’ Day with church service and a program luncheon at Beulah Baptist Institutional Church in Tampa, FL on January 21, 2023. 

Chaired by Mrs. Angela Pimento Fullwood, and co-chair Mrs. Jada Wright-Greene, more than 200 members gathered in shades of pink and green to attend worship service and hear a word from Pastor Alan Harris. 

17th S.Atl. Reg. Dir. Marsha L Brown, US Rep. Kathy Castor, Hillsborough Cty Comm. Gwen Myers, Chptr. Pres. Tangela D DuPree & 28th Int. Pres. Carolyn House Stewart

After service, the members transitioned to the Lowery Center to attend a program luncheon that was inspiring, entertaining and enriching. The President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, Tangela D. DuPree gave the welcome and remarks, congratulating the Committee and the general body for an amazing afternoon of fellowship. 

“Today, we honor our founders — for their vision, for their belief and for their courage. Because of them, we are in the enviable position of being true change makers for good,” said Tangela D. DuPree, President of Gamma Theta Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 


The undergraduate members of the Zeta Upsilon Chapter from University of South Florida and Sigma Nu Chapter from University of Tampa joined the program, recreating the moment that Alpha Kappa Alpha was born and sharing the rich history of the sorority.


U.S. Representative, Kathy Castor, Hillsborough County Commissioner, Gwen Myers, as well as Members of the Presidents’ Council including the 28th International President, Carolyn House Stewart and the 17th South Atlantic Regional Director, Marsha Lewis Brown were all in attendance.

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