Who We Are

DELTA PI OMEGA HISTORY

Delta Pi Omega Chapter has provided service to the Annapolis/Anne Arundel County community since 1947.  Under the current leadership of our International President, Glenda Glover, we are proud to provide services under the theme “Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service.”  The members of Delta Pi Omega Chapter are committed to implementing the service initiatives that not only support the International Goals, but enhance the quality of life in the Annapolis community.

 

MEMBERS

Alston, Isha

Boyd, Cynthia

Brown, Patricia

Cooper, Irene R.

Cooper, Valerie Mills

Currie-Spencer, Phyllis

Day-Scott, Joan

Donnell, Shavon

Dorsey, Barbara Ann

El-Amin, Andterri

Floyd-Cooper, Rotunda

Foster, Kia

Fountain, Dawn    

Gross, Myra

Hill-Kane, Rosalind

Jones, Karyne

Long, Ramona

Marsh, Ricquel

Mayo, Sandra

McNeal, Angie

Offer, Alva

Poindexter, Kenya

Porter-Williams, Pamela

Randle, Stephanie

Solomon, Jacqueline

Solomon, Shaina

Thompson, Henrietta

Vauls, Donna L.

Walker, Torrie       

Williams, Racine

 
 

LEADERSHIP

Chapter Officers
Chapter Target Chairwomen
Chapter Committee Chairwomen

President

Phyllis Currie-Spencer

First Vice President

Dawn Fountain

Second Vice President

Torrie Walker

Recording Secretary

Pamela Porter Williams

Vice Recording Secretary

Patricia Brown

 

Corresponding Secretary

Irene Cooper

Treasurer

Donna Vauls

Financial Secretary

Ricquel Marsh

Ivy Leaf Reporter

Ramona Long

Parliamentarian

Angie McNeal

Historian

Kia Gross Foster

Hostess

Shavon Donavan

Chaplain

Andterri El-Amin

Sergeant of Arms

Isha Alston

Member-At-Large

Shaina Solomon

Target 1

HBCU For Life: A Call To Action 

Ramona Long

Target 2

Women's Healthcare & Wellness

Rosalind Kane-Hill

Cynthia Boyd

Target 3

Building Your Economic Legacy

Shaina Solomon

Target 4

The Arts!

Ann Dorsey

Sandra Mayo

Target 5

Global Impact

Channing Harris

Kenya Poindexter

Archives/History Committee

Ricquel Marsh

Awards Committee

Ramona Long

Audit Committee

Cynthia Boyd

Bylaws Committee

Angie McNeal

Connection Committee

Phyllis Currie-Spencer

Finance Committee

Donna Vauls

Fundraising Committee

Stephanie Randle

Andterri El-Amin

Membership Committee

Rosalind Kane-Hill

Music and Rituals Committee

Valerie Mills-Cooper

Nominating Committee

Irene  R. Cooper

Ricquel Marsh

Torrie Walker

Protocol Committee

Donna Vauls

Publicity Committee

Cynthia Boyd

Ramona Long

Scholarship Committee

Torrie Walker

Sisterly Relations Committee

Phyllis Currie

Standards Committee

Joan Scott

Technology Committee

Stephanie Randle

Shaina Solomon

Delta Pi Omega

Jewels

 

In 1947, five courageous women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® made the request to establish a chapter of the sorority in Annapolis, Maryland.  Those five women were Mamie Holley, Bernice Johnson, Sylvia McMillian, Virginia Richardson and Henrietta Thompson.  With the support of Sophie Fowler, 14th North Atlantic Regional Director, Delta Pi Omega Chapter was chartered on October 25, 1947.  The first women to be initiated into Delta Pi Omega Chapter were Louise Burton, Lulu Hardesty, Alis Harris, Betsy Johnson, Emily Johnson, Helene McRae and Amanda Nunley.  The five original members, along with the seven initiated members became the Charter Members of Delta Pi Omega.

*Louise Burton

*Lulu Hardesty

*Alis Harris

*Mamie Holley

*Betsy Johnson

 Bernice Johnson-Tillett

*Emily Mann-Johnson

*Sylvia McMillan

*Helen McRae

*Amanda Nunley

*Virginia Richardson

 Henrietta Thompson

(*) Represents A Deceased Member

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