Mu Epsilon Omega Chapter was chartered on June 4, 1978 in Orange County, California. The chartering was a culmination of long hours of hard work by Alpha Kappa Alpha women eager to establish the first and only graduate chapter in Orange County. The chapter was chartered by then Far Western Regional Director Mildred Robinson with an initial membership of 20 women.
The chapter has established several signature programs which include the following: Annual Emerging Young Leaders (EYL) Conference, a one day conference for young ladies; Hats and Gloves Scholarship Tea, which awards scholarships to high school seniors in Orange, Los Angeles and Riverside Counties; Pink & Green on Broadway, which proceeds go towards scholarships to high school seniors in Orange, Los Angeles and Riverside Counties; Brunch with Santa for women and children, this event is held in December at WISEPlace, a women’s shelter in Santa Ana, CA; Summer Cooking Series, also held for the residents at WISEPlace; Educational Advancement Foundation Family Bowling Night; and we partner with Orange County Coastkeeper for the annual Huntington Beach Clean-up. The chapter has also “gone green” during meetings and has significantly reduced the use of paper for agendas and reports; as modeled at the Far Western Region conferences.
Mu Epsilon Omega Chapter continues to reclaim inactive members and welcome new membership. Members are comprised of women who reside in various counties throughout Southern California and the chapter maintains a highly visible presence in the community through service and involvement throughout Orange County.
Marene Robinson, Denise Taylor, Sarah Carmon, Frances Williams, Brenda Armour, Carolyn Bouldin, Beverly Chandler, Denise Eady Younge, Jeanette Burns, Daphne Sykes, Bridgette Berry-Smith, Janice Magee and Angela Monteilh.