During its existence, Pi Iota Omega has become one of the outstanding chapters in the Notable North Atlantic Region. Since its chartering, Pi Iota Omega has been of SERVICE TO ALL MANKIND by awarding thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving college freshmen and carrying out many noteworthy programs and projects in the community.
Pi Iota Omega is comprised of a diverse group of women who pool talents and resources to uplift our community and to provide service programs to enrich and improve the White Plains/Greenburgh Communities. We are doctors, lawyers, educators, social workers, business women, graduate students, and retirees. We are also mothers, wives, women of faith, and community servants.
Our dedication, commitment, and service to our community not only continues to flourish but we remain committed to leading the way and staying the course towards a better tomorrow today. Furthermore, we continue to promote and uplift sisterhood and friendship in the grand style of our founders and the generations of Alpha Kappa Alpha women who have come before us.
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Under the leadership of Eileen Madison and Mattie Sydnor, Pi Iota Omega Chapter was chartered as the alumnae chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® in White Plains, New York on June 14, 1986.
The Nineteen Chartering Members were: Eileen Madison, Renee LeGendre, Jacquelyn Williams, Sandra Burno-DeBerry, Lena Anderson-Lee, Alma Loftin, Valerie Johnstone, Gladys Taylor, Lois Bronz, Effie Bynum, Willie Carter, Ruby Cusberth, Laura Hines, Carolyn Jackson, Joyce Mills-Kittrell, MaryE Murray, Shirley Radcliffe, Verdi Reaves, Mattie Sydnor.
Eileen Madison:1986 - 1989
Renee LeGendre: 1990 -1993
MaryE Murray: 1994 - 1997
Lena Anderson: 1998 - 2001
Lonnette Tuck: 2002 - 2005
Naima Smith Moore: 2006 - 2009
Marie Houston: 2010 - 2013
MaryFrances Perkins: 2014 - 2017
Joyce Mills-Kittrell: Current