Greetings and welcome to the official website of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® Chi Rho Omega Chapter. Since 2004, Chi Rho Omega has been dedicated to serving Eastern Wake County through community service projects and educational activities. Chi Rho Omega provides hands-on support to community partners in Knightdale, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell and Zebulon and during the pandemic, offered hours of virtual service programs.
Chi Rho Omega is committed to implementing Alpha Kappa Alpha’s 2018-2022 International Program: “Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service” under the direction of International President Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover. The program focuses on five target areas: HBCU for Life: A Call to Action; Women’s Healthcare and Wellness; Building Your Economic Legacy; The Arts; Global Impact.
Our signature program, #CAP, which is an abbreviation for College Admission Process, is designed to assist students in their efforts to enter college.
Chi Rho Omega partners with the Cultivating Resources and Opportunities Community Foundation to provide scholarships to local students pursuing higher education. Since 2004, more than $20,000 in scholarships has been awarded.
Deyna M. Hardison, President
Chi Rho Omega Chapter
2021 Crystal Creech Shepherd Memorial Scholarship
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated Chi Rho Omega Chapter and the Cultivating Resources and Opportunities Community Foundation announce the opening of the 2021 Crystal Creech Shepherd Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship is open to high school female seniors planning to study full-time at an accredited four-year institution in Fall 2021 and who meet and/or submit the following supporting materials:Read more →
Black Vendor Directory
Thank you for participating in the Chi Rho Omega’s Pink Saturday Black Vendor Market on November 21, 2020. As promised, we compiled the vendors that participated in the event along with a few more vendors that could not attend. We are pleased to present this Black Vendor Directory to you in hopes that you will continue to spend your green dollars with black businesses.