Welcome from the Rho Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority, Incorporated. Chartered in 1988, this organization of college-educated, forward-thinking women has built a legacy of committed service to the MetroWest Boston communities, proudly carrying out the abiding principles of sisterhood, leadership, scholarship, and civic engagement.
Rho Epsilon Omega is a proud, hands-on supporter of efforts to benefit our neighbors served by local agencies such as A Place to Turn (Natick) and the Pearl Street Cupboard and Café (Framingham). In addition, we award scholarships to deserving high school students seeking to pursue higher education.
We invite organizations and individuals with similar interests to get to know our members and to contact us to join your talents, energy and resources with ours to be of “service to all mankind”.
Under the guidance of our International President, Dr. Glenda Glover and our North Atlantic Regional Director, Mary Bentley LaMar, Rho Epsilon Omega Chapter will implement the 2018-2022 International program, “Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service”, focusing on programming in five strategic areas:
HBCU 4 Life: A Call to Action
Women’s Healthcare and Wellness
Building Your Economic Legacy
#CAP~ College Admissions Process
Be sure to check our Homepage calendar regularly for upcoming events including our annual Pink Goes Red for Heart Health event and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.
Rho Epsilon Omega
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated