Phi Beta Omega Signature Programs

Latesha Colbert-Mack, First Vice President, Program Chairman

 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Phi Beta Omega Chapter has 3 signature programs that are unique to this chapter and will remain, but continue to be enhanced throughout each changing administration.

Soliloquy, Her Story

Soliloquy: HerStory© is a compilation of monologues related to women’s health issues.  The stories shared are based on real life events that were inspired, authored, copy-written and performed by members of Phi Beta Omega Chapter. The production of the performance features an intimate setting in which the performers share their stories in an overly dramatized vignette-style, related to varying women’s health issues. Some topics covered are: Cancer, Lupus, Heart Disease, Addiction, Sexual Abuse, Post-partum Depression, Mental Illnesses, HIV and Abortion.

Acts of Love

Acts of Love’s objective is to give honor to senior citizens by providing meaningful activities to inspire and uplift them. The committee members are typically comprised of retired sorority members who go out and visit senior centers and/or churches to engage their residents or members in a fun and comprehensive program.

The Twenty Pearls Club (TPC)

The Twenty Pearls Club affectionately referred to as TPC, is Phi Beta Omega’s high school girls’ mentoring program. TPC’s mission is to cultivate academic achievement, promote community activism, and encourage personal growth amongst young ladies.  The organization provides exposure to strong African-American female leaders in the community through mentoring relationships between the members of Phi Beta Omega Chapter and participating young ladies in grades 9 – 12.