Our beloved ivy leaves extend around the world and here to Denver, home of Colorado’s oldest and largest graduate chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. The ambitions of the twenty-nine women who founded Epsilon Nu Omega on October 22, 1949 have become a force of change positively impacting thousands of people in the Denver area.
This sisterhood has a rich history that began with the founding of Alpha Kappa Alpha 107 years ago. Continuing in the noble purpose to be of “Service to All Mankind.”
We are proud to have innovated and participated in dozens of area programs annually which serve to change the lives of children, families, organizations and individuals.
The ladies of Epsilon Nu Omega are seen as leaders and role models in their communities. We view our influence, though, as a responsibility. We hold steadfast in our beliefs. Our dedication to representing African American women and families in a positive light is unwavering.
As we look forward to the future of Alpha Kappa Alpha, we know that our legacy will endure with new generations. By supporting our college members in the undergraduate Alpha Kappa chapter, we are ensuring the continuation of our dedication to service and sisterhood. It is a proud part of our lasting legacy, which truly does make this world a better place.
So again, on behalf of Epsilon Nu Omega Chapter, I bring you greetings and invite you to visit our website.