Transition and the changes associated with them are as natural as the sun rising and setting. We experience a transition in every facet of our lives, our professional space is no different. Under
the steady leadership of the Senior Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal Church and Chancellor of the Board, Bishop McKinley Young, and in concert with Chairman Dr. Mark Wilson and members of
the Board of Trustees, this transition has been meticulously planned and well executed. Immediately after announcing my departure the board concluded, unanimously, in their search for a successor
they look no further than our very own Executive Vice President and Provost, Dr. Elfred Anthony Pinkard. READ
Join the WUAA DC & Baltimore Chapter Founders Day Celebraton on February 24, 2018. CLICK HERE for complete details.
On Sunday November 12,2017 a historical marker issued by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated honoring Bernice Irene Sumlin, 19th International President of Alpha Kappa
Alpha Sorority, Incorporated., (1974-1978) was dedicated on the grounds of Wilberforce University. With an overwhelming attendance of 250 members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated
and guests including Dr. Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson, 24th International President, Dr. Eva L. Evans, 24th International President, Ms. Toni S. Kendrick, Great Lakes Great Lakes Director,Ms. Danette
Reed, International Treasurer, Ms. Emma Lilly Henderson, 21st Great Lakes Regional Director,Ms. Phyllis E. Robinson, 22nd Great Lakes Regional Director, Ms. Rachel Ashburn Mallory, 24th Great Lakes
Regional Director,Mrs. Charlene Truitt Nelson, 27th Great Lakes Regional Director, Mrs. Evelyn Sample-Oates, 31st North Atlantic Regional Director and the Mayor of Xenia, The Honorable Marsha
Sumlin was initiated into the Zeta Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., at Wilberforce University in 1946. After graduating with her B.S. degree in 1948,
Sumlin transferred her Sorority membership to the Beta Eta Omega Chapter in Dayton, Ohio. During her career she served as a high school teacher, guidance counselor, community counselor and secondary
principal before retiring.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated presented a check for $12,000 to Wilberforce University. As a priority of the sorority to support Historically Black Colleges and
Universities (HBCU) through HBCU initiatives, Think HBCU℠ is an educational target highlighting HBCUs and their contribution to the sorority and society. Through education,
engagement and advocacy, HBCUs will be showcased as critical venue for moving students to and through college.