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Sigma Epsilon Omega Chapter
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated 
Strong Women...Building Stronger Communities in Middle Georgia 

On behalf of the members of the Sigma Epsilon Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®, I welcome you to our website! It is my esteemed privilege to serve as the 2024-2025 Chapter President to this group of more than 120 extraordinary women. Our members are actively-engaged in the implementation of our sorority’s International Program, Soaring to Greater Heights of Service and Sisterhood, as set forth by our 2022-2026 International President, Danette Anthony Reed. Chartered on January 20, 1990, the Sigma Epsilon Omega Chapter has served the Greater Warner Robins Community with distinction. Our Charter Members had a solid vision of a chapter rooted in outstanding service and sisterhood. Today, we continue in that legacy vision by fulfilling the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® mission to be of “Service to All Mankind.” Under the leadership of our South Atlantic Regional Director, Tiffany Moore Russell, we T.U.N.E. In and work to Transcend limitations, Unite and work together to reach our goals, Nurture one another, and Empower ourselves and our community to learn and improve every day. Sigma Epsilon Omega remains committed to building a rich history of service and advocacy to make a powerful and lasting impact. We are grateful that you have taken the time to browse our website and to learn about our chapter. Please visit our website often and follow us on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about our upcoming events and program activities.

 Karen Doctor-Thomas
Chapter President