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Vol1Issue2 News of Note NAR Newsletter- June 2019

Enjoy the special summer issue of the North Atlantic Region's newsletter News of Note, State of the Region issue.

State of the Region 3
Regional Director’s
Activities 9
Program 12


Communications 13
Undergraduate 17




As presented in the First Plenary Session of the 88th North
Atlantic Regional Conference on April 05, 2019:

Leading With a High Note


We have begun this journey leading with a high note. Your song is
music to my ears as we harmoniously work to fulfill the purpose of

Since the beginning of my term on July 12, 2018, you have each played a part in making this symphony.
• Chapters have embraced the “Exemplifying Excellence through Sustainable Service” programs;
• We have integrated all program targets into every aspect of regional operations; and
• You have worked to resolve conflicts on the chapter and soror-to-soror level.

In my capacity as Regional Director, I have:
• Been present to represent you at every Directorate meeting, whether in person or via conference call;
• Supported the Supreme Basileus with representation at various events on her behalf and at her request;
• Connected with our Divine 9 counterparts at the Congressional Black Caucus in Washington D.C. and

various other events;
• Become a member of the Association of Fraternity Advisors and attended their annual conference;
• Provided written greetings for Chapter events, Cluster Conferences and other events hosted by various

social and civic organizations;
• Conducted Cluster Leadership Conferences, chapter retreats, with record attendance: Cluster I @ 772

sorors, Cluster II @ 362 sorors, Cluster III @ 403 sorors, Cluster IV @ 325 sorors, and Cluster V @184
• Hosted the North Atlantic Region’s Leadership Summit with over 700 sorors in attendance, where we
started the new year by strengthening our leadership skills in a supportive learning environment with
each other;
• Hosted a successful Undergraduate Roundup with 743 sorors in attendance;


• Established the Mary Bentley LaMar Caring for
Those Who Care Fund through the Education
Advancement Foundation;

• Appointed two (2) Executive Assistants to the
Regional Director’s leadership team to ensure a
smooth transition and to help me keep our
regional operations running smoothly; and

• Explored innovative options to leverage our
conference planning and efficiencies to build
strong financial stewardship with our regional
financial operations.


Chapters across the region have embraced the

Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable

Service program platform established by our We extended Regional Conference registration to
Supreme Basileus. enable sorors who were furloughed workers, out of

We collected approximately 6,691 shoes for state, new initiates and reactivating to attend with
Soles4Souls during our fall conferences, and no late fee. Similarly, we established our Golden
chapters across the region hosted a variety of events Door Policy allowing priority hotel registration for
in support of our International Day of Prayer, HBCU Golden sorors wishing to attend Regional
for Life, Care for the Caregivers, Breast Cancer Conference.

Awareness and Prevention, and Heart Health Global Membership
Impact Days. We will celebrate your Sorors, we have approximately 9,997 active sorors in
accomplishments with awards at this conference. the North Atlantic Region and a total of 144

SISTERHOOD Chapters. We approved four (4) graduate interest

Sisterly Relations • Prince Georges County Progressive Pearls-

We are sparkling with our precious Diamond, Hyattsville, Maryland

Golden and Silver Star sorors with whom we will • Southern Pearls of Prince Georges County-Upper

celebrate today. During our Fall Cluster Conference Marlboro, Maryland

season, we honored two of our precious pearls who • MOT Pearls of Distinction-Middletown,

celebrated major milestones. At the Cluster II Delaware

Leadership Conference, we celebrated Epsilon • Royal Pearls of Sussex-Georgetown, Delaware

Sigma Omega chapter’s vibrant Diamond Soror

Hettie Love’s birthday along with her 78 years of

active service. Theta Phi Omega’s Soror Juanita

Collier’s was presented with a special song written

by me in recognition of her 70 years of service to our

Sisterhood. We also welcomed our newest Diamond

Soror Gloria F. Holmes from Xi Omega Chapter.


With the hard work of supervising graduate chapter document key regional activities and created a

Psi Iota Psi in Brockton, Massachusetts, we charted a number of document and presentation templates to

brand new undergraduate chapter, Upsilon Iota, on give our communications a professional and

the campus of Bridgewater State University in consistent look and feel.

Bridgewater, Massachusetts. We have enjoyed record We also created a new sing-along video of Lift Every
numbers of reactivating sorors. In addition, we have Voice and Sing featuring photos of Sorors in service
had active Member Intake Processes, both at the
across the North Atlantic Region that can be used at
graduate and undergraduate level.
chapter and regional events throughout my

Chapter Investigations administration. We provided written greetings for a
The North Atlantic Region continues to do its part to number of chapter events, Founders’ Day
enact sound risk management practices, including celebrations and conferences.

the enforcement of Alpha Kappa Alpha’s anti-hazing LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
policy and standards for chapter operations.
We continued the Region’s commitment to develop

We have completed three (3) investigations in the next generation of future leaders with the
response to allegations of hazing. Five (5) additional establishment of the Anna Easter Brown Leadership
investigations into alleged hazing remain to be Institute (AEBLI).

conducted along with two (2) investigations into This year-long program is designed for sorors who
alleged violations of our financial procedures. are looking to elevate their Sorority Quotient (SQ) in
Finally, four (4) Regional reinstatement workshops three key areas: Sisterhood, Scholarship and Service.
were held for sorors who were suspended and In this institute, participants will explore their
completed the suspension time period. motivation to lead, enhance their self-confidence,

COMMUNICATIONS identify and utilize other characteristics of effective
leaders, and strengthen the bonds of sisterhood. In
Sorors, we aligned our regional communications and addition, this Institute will offer an opportunity for
technology teams to deliver on our promise to sorors to be published in regional leadership
communicate with you in a timely and transparent publications, and use AKA certification(s) for

We launched our new website on the
domain, simplifying your access to members only
content and our conference registration system, and
maintained the express check in process at our
regional conference.

To foster soror engagement, we established Facebook
pages for all Clusters, launched our new regional
newsletter, established Calling Post for Golden
Sorors, worked through our General Members
Liaison to ensure our General Members are informed
and engaged, and we continue to provide you with
timely eblast updates on a regular basis.

We established the AKArazzi to photograph and


graduation credits. Sorors will also network with other
leaders and draw on their experiences, which will
include visiting participating chapters.

I’m pleased to announce that as we prepare to
celebrate the 40th anniversary of Alpha Kappa Alpha’s
Leadership Fellows Program, we will recognize nine
new sorors this week from the North Atlantic Region
that are 2019 Fellows.


Fiscal Stewardship
Sorors, when I became your Regional Director, your
mandate for sound fiscal stewardship was loud and

We established a Regional Finance Team that
operates collaboratively and included our Regional
Tamiouchos, Regional Pecunious Grammateus and
Regional Finance Committee.

By working to develop budgets with input from all
stakeholders affected, I am pleased to report we are
operating out of the intensified pink and are now in
the black! Further, all bills generated during this
administration are current. We issued a check for
$2,000.00 representing donations collected during
the 2018 North Atlantic Regional Conference and the
Corporate Office has preliminary findings from the
audit of our 2014-2018 financial records.

To accomplish this goal, we made a number of money
• We implemented NAR Kurrency in lieu of souvenir

gifts at all of our regional events and conferences;
• We developed the 2019 Conference Bag Policy to

provide all sorors the opportunity to secure a
regional conference bag, while at the same time
protecting our bottom line; and
• We secured corporate sponsorships of
approximately $105,000 to help defray the costs of
hosting our various events.

Sorors, we accomplished all of the above without
requesting any chapter assessments!

And, as part of our commitment to keep the region out
of the intensified pink, we continue to streamline


conference costs. This includes cutting the cost of the NARC app by 60%, assessing conference locations, and
reducing our conference printing costs by creating signage that can be used across all regional events.


We are planning now for the upcoming sorority conferences,
• Cluster I Leadership Conference on October 19;
• Cluster II Leadership Conference on October 26;
• Cluster III Leadership Conference on November 9;
• Cluster IV Leadership Conference on October 5;
• Cluster V Leadership Conference on September 28;
• Undergraduate Round Up taking place September 20 and

• Regional Leadership Summit taking place on January 11 in

Cluster V;
• Mid Atlantic and North Atlantic/Cluster I Joint Founders’

Day Celebration on January 20, 2020; and
• Our 69th Boule taking place in Philadelphia from July 15-19, 2020.
Sorors, it truly is an honor to serve as your Regional Director.
Thank you all for you hard work and sisterly support as we
continue Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service.
We are off to a great start in our first year together and I look
forward to working with each of you as we lead the Notable
North Atlantic Region with a High Note.


Mar. 12- NARC Planning Site Visit (Atlantic City, NJ)

Jan. 5, 2019 Basilei Council Meeting (Atlantic City, NJ) Mar. 13, 2019

Jan. 5, 2019 Leadership Summit (Atlantic City, NJ) Mar. 13, 2019 Letters of Reinstatement sent to eligible
Jan. 5, 2019 88th NARC Steering Committee Meeting
Mar. 25, 2019 Day at the Capitol (Trenton, NJ)
(Atlantic City, NJ)
Mar. 27– Central Regional Conference (Indianapolis, IN)
Jan. 6-7, 2019 88th NARC Site Visit (Atlantic City, NJ)
Mar. 31, 2019
Jan. 26, 2019 Rho Xi Omega Prayer Breakfast, Keynote
Apr. 3-7, 2019 North Atlantic Regional Conference
Speaker (Pikesville, MD)
(Atlantic City, NJ)
Jan. 27, 2019 Beta Alpha Omega’s 85th Anniversary
Apr. 7, 2019 NARC Steering Committee Appreciation
Celebration (Newark, NJ)
Feb. 1, 2019 Office of Black Ministry of the Archdiocese of
Apr. 25, 2019 Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Eastern
New York Film Screening of Emanuel and Region Convention, Public Meeting

panel discussion (New York City, NY)

Feb. 2, 2019 Omicron Xi Omega Chapter's EAF Prayer (Albany, NY)

Breakfast (Newark, NJ) Apr. 29, 2019 Rutgers University’s Center for American
Women and Politics “For Colored Girls Who
Feb. 2, 2019 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Have Considered Politics" book discussion with
Donna Brazile, Yolanda Caraway, Leah
International President’s Reception Daughtry, and Minyon Moore
(New Brunswick, NJ)
(Tarrytown, NY)

Feb. 3, 2019 Annual Archdiocesan Black History Month

Sunday Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral May 5, 2019 Madame Supreme, Boule Planning
Committee Meeting, Cluster II (Phil., PA)
(New York City, NY)

Feb. 9, 2019 Theta Phi Omega, Cluster IV Founders’ Day May 17, 2019 Reception with Prince George’s County
Progressive Pearls (Prince George’s Co., MD)
(Edison, NJ)

Feb. 9, 2019 NARC Planning Meeting (Edison, NJ) May 18, 2019 Meeting/Workshops with Prince George’s
County Progressive Pearls (Prince George’s
Feb. 22, 2019 Ivy Beyond the Wall: 25th North Atlantic County, MD)

Regional Director, Soror Ruth C. Easley

(Sharon Hill, PA) May 19, 2019 An Evening Supporting the Arts, HBCUs,
and EAF with the North Atlantic Regional
Feb. 23, 2019 Cluster III Founders’ Day Celebration Director (Washington, DC)

(Garden City, New York)

Feb. 24, 2019 NARC Planning Meeting (New Brunswick, NJ ) May 23- 89th NARC Planning Meeting (Hartford, CT)

Feb. 27 - Winter Directorate Meeting (Chicago, IL) May 24, 2019

Mar. 3, 2019 May 26, 2019 MIP Theta Iota Omega Chapter
(Garden City, NY)
Mar. 7, 2019 UNCF 75th Anniversary National Celebration
Jun. 2, 2019 Post 88th NARC Debriefing Meeting with
(Washington, DC) Conference Chairman and Vice Chairmen
(Atlantic City, NJ)
Mar. 8, 2019 New Jersey Performing Arts Center Women’s

Program (Newark, NJ) Jun. 8, 2019 Alpha Alpha Delta Omega charter
anniversary celebration with Int’l
Mar. 10, 2019 NARC Planning Meeting and Welcome 9 Regional Director, Soror Joy 9
Practice (Newark, NJ) Elaine Daley (Toronto, CA

Jun. 24, 2019 Directorate Meeting (Nashville, TN)
Jun. 25-26, 2019 International Regional Conference (Nashville, TN)
Jun. 27- 30, 2019 International Leadership Seminar (Nashville, TN)
Jul. 13, 2019 NARC 2020 Planning Meeting (Hartford, CT)
Sept. 20-21, 2019 Undergraduate Roundup
Sept. 28, 2019 Cluster V Leadership Conference
Oct . 5, 2019 Cluster IV Leadership Conference
Oct. 19, 2019 Cluster I Leadership Conference
Oct. 26, 2019 Cluster II Leadership Conference
Nov. 9, 2019 Cluster III Leadership Conference
Jan. 11, 2020 Regional Leadership Summit
Jan. 26, 2020 Mid-Atlantic and North Atlantic/ Cluster I Joint Founders’ Day Celebration
Mar. 4-7, 2020 89th North Atlantic Regional Conference (Hartford, CT)
Jul. 15-19, 2020 69th Boule (Philadelphia, PA)

**Upcoming dates above are subject to change

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Alberta Susan Wells
Please visit for contact information of all committee chairmen. Executive Assistants to
the Regional Director Deborah M. Wilson
AKArazzi Regina Fleming*
Archives+ Charlane Brown-Wyands INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEES
Awards Aida Roberts Bush
Communications Liz Nolley Tillman All positions appointed by the Supreme Basileus.
Connection+ Erma Barron
Regional Pecunious Ruth Marcus-Sturgis Basilei Certification
Grammateus Chapter History Book Chenita Daughtry
Corporate Sponsorship Regenia Moore-Lee TBA
EAF+ Susan Peevy Constitution Bonnie Murdah (C)
Regional Tamiouchos Shariah Dixon-Turner Toyin Ajasin
Fund Development Tracey Barbour-Gillett Contracts Advisor/Special Aseeli Coleman (UG)
General Member Liaison Sandra Lee Resource Committee
Golden Sorors Carolyn Weeks Corporate Strategic Partners Arlean Leland (C)
Regional Hodegos MaryFrances Perkins Diamond Golden Silver Alicia Tibbs Tolson
Amada Koon* Angela Gibson
Leadership Institute Jacqueline McGuire Disaster Relief Committee Jasmine Adkins Moore (C)
Logistics Wdonna Woods Nelson Economic Impact Study Angela Parks
Medical Response Tiffani Middleton Kim Dumpson
Membership+ Arla J. Bentley Finance Mary Bentley LaMar
MIP + Yvette Gray Deborah M. Wilson
Music Rochelle Archelus Foundations Cheryl Petty Garnette
89th North Atlantic Chenita Daughtry Graduate/Undergraduate April Hamilton
Regional Conference (Chairman) Task Force Jenika Hyppolite (UG)
NJ Specialty License Sherri Eure-Washington Graduate Advisors Joanna Langston (C)
Plate Coordinator Certification
Nominating (elected) Lavdena Adams Orr HBCU Task Force Tamara Lewis
Print Gina Scott Human Resources Cerise Jeanye Little
Tonja Ringgold Impact Days Nicole Watson Sumpter
Program+ Edith Pearson Mitchell Hazel Estwick Hurley
(Resource) International Day of Prayer Brenda Smith (C)
Program - Robyn Jones* Adriane Blair Wise
Health & Wellness Investments Karla Hall (C)
Protocol Frances Frost Shariah Dixon Turner
Regional Chaplain Adriane Blair Wise Investigative Team Lezell Murphy
Roselyn Grant Leadership Development Shari McCoy
Risk Management + Haley Dunson (Resource) Desiree McNeil
Stephanie Rawlings Blake Leadership Fellows Elicia Pegues Spearman (C)
Rituals+ Destiny Boykin Karen M. Spruill
Sisterly Relations+ Maisha Duncan Carey* Liaison to Capitol Hill Erica Johnson
Social Media Arlean Leland Jennell Rush (C)
Soror Bill of Rights Beverly Malloy Protocol Tracey Simmons Hart
Standards Operations+ Candace Glover Datcher Kristia Watkins (Resource)
Standards Investigation+ Norma Evans (resource) Publications/
Aubreana S. Holder Communications Doxie McCoy
Technology Geniece Gary Adams Reinstatement Task Force Kendra Brown
Undergraduate Activities Selena Robinson Sanctions Review Erma Barron (C)
Vendor Relations Special Advisors Vivian Smith (C)
Shauna Berry Cooke
Special Projects Africka Hinds
Kim Daniel-Robinson
Strategic Planning Andrea Webster
Technology Lucy M Brice (UG)
Undergraduate Activities

+Regional Representatives appointed by Supreme Basileus



Kudos to you, North Atlantic The International Membership
Region, on your overall support Committee wishes to extend
and donations at this year’s 88th congratulations to the 133 Best of
North Atlantic Regional the Best chapters recognized
Conference! during the 88th North Atlantic
Regional Conference for
Here are our North Atlantic membership excellence.
Region Program final numbers,
as reported in the Fourth Plenary Thank you chapters for submitting
Session on April 7, 2019 at the your Membership End of Year
88th North Atlantic Regional Report on time and for hosting a
Conference: reactivation activity during the year.

• Donations to support patient mammograms The committee is delighted to recognize Epsilon Pi
totaled - $12,960.90. These donations will Omega Chapter of St. Albans, New York for reclaiming
support 68 women. and reactivating nine (9) Sorors on the inaugural 2019
Reactivation Day.
• Eyeglasses collected - 1,729. These donations
were split between two (2) Lions Clubs: Lions Club Chapters, you are indeed leading with EXCELLENCE in
Absencon and the Atlantic City Bangladesh Lions your Membership retention, reclamation, and
Club. reactivation strategies. Coming soon is an Online
Membership Directory designed for you. All members
• Shoes Collected - 2,739 (new - 419 / used - 2,320). are asked to complete a survey for the directory to
provide input to its development. You will receive the
Keep up the great work sorors! survey following all regional conferences. The Online
Membership Directory is a legacy project for this
Contact: Soror Tonja Ringgold, Chairman administration that will further enhance the
[email protected] membership experience so, your input to its
development is valued.

Chapters, please feel free to call upon the International
Membership Committee regarding your membership
matters or concerns.

We are here to serve and support you.

Contact: Soror Arla J. Bentley, Chairman
[email protected]

Soror Marjorie Nemorin-Lyn (Theta Iota Omega Chapter) supports the
Mammography Mobile Unit during the recent NARC.



North Atlantic Regional All NAR Clusters Now on
Director’s EAF Social Media
Endowment supports Pink tea roses to our Cluster
“JUBILEE” Coordinators and the Regional
Thank you to the many Social Media Team on the
Sorors that supported the establishment of Facebook
region’s first EAF regional pages for all of our Clusters
fundraiser on May 19, and the launch of a new
2019, an evening Instagram page for Cluster IV.
supporting the Arts,
HBCUs and the Educational Advancement Please follow the page(s) for your Cluster and be
Foundation (EAF) with our North sure to tag the Cluster in your approved Chapter
Atlantic Regional Director, Soror Mary Bentley posts or email approved news items for sharing to
LaMar. We appreciate everyone’s support in your Cluster Coordinator with a copy
making this a huge success! to

Soror Susan Peevy, North Atlantic Regional EAF North Atlantic Region
Coordinator targeted Sunday, May 19, 2019 as •
the date that the Region would come together
to witness the historical performance of AKANorthAtlanticRegion
“JUBILEE” at the Arena Stage in Southwest •
Washington, DC. The event included a pre- •
theatre dinner, evening performance and post
show discussion with six cast members Cluster I (Soror Corinne Moody, Coordinator)
including AKA’s own, Ms. Simone Paulwell. •
Playwright and Director Tazewell Thompson
brought an innovative and heart-stirring score Cluster II (Soror Gia James, Coordinator)
to life in this world premiere, including uplifting •
spirituals and hymns. The show run ended on
Sunday, June 9, 2019. Cluster III (Soror Nikki Tillman Lofton, Coord.)
Contact: Soror Susan Peevy, EAF Coordinator
[email protected] Cluster IV (Soror Shelley Worrell, Coord.)


Cluster V (Soror Erika Henley, Coordinator)


Contact: Soror Liz Nolley Tillman, Chairman
[email protected]



NARC AWARDS We will be starting our
Thank you once again to all of the chapter Online Presence
submissions and awards at this year's Regional Evaluations soon.
To review the process:
Our list of graduate chapters with award-winning Visit;
exhibits has been updated and included below as Login to the Members'
Tau Omega Chapter (New York, NY) was Only; Select ‘Resources’,
inadvertently included with the Undergraduate then ‘Documents and Forms’, Keyword Search:
Exhibit tally. We congratulate Tau Omega Chapter ‘Technology’.
on their 2nd place award-winning exhibit!
Chapter Basilei, Technology Chairman and/or
88th NARC Graduate Chapter Exhibit Awards Graduate Advisors and other interested Sorors,
1st Place Theta Pi Omega Chapter (Mt. Laurel, NJ) please review the following documents in the
2nd place Tau Omega Chapter (New York, NY) Members' Only section:
3rd place Xi Sigma Omega Chapter (Gaithersburg, MD)
• Guidelines for Alpha Kappa Alpha Websites
LIFT EVERY VOICE AND SING VIDEO—NAR • Guidelines for Alpha Kappa Alpha Online
The Regional Communications Committee in Presence Evaluation Process
partnership with the Regional Music Committee • Online Presence Evaluation Form - Review
has developed a special sing-along video of Lift
Every Voice and Sing. Unveiled during the 88th If you have any questions, please send an email
North Atlantic Regional Conference Public to [email protected]
Meeting, the video features photos of sorors in
service across the North Atlantic Region and may Contact: Soror Aubreana S. Holder, Chairman
be used at chapter and regional events [email protected]
throughout the current Administration.
Please use the links below to view or download 2019 LEADERSHIP
the video. If you have any questions about the CONFERENCE WITH
video, please contact Soror Liz Nolley Tillman, THE NORTH
Regional Communications Officer ATLANTIC REGION’S
at [email protected] PLAYLIST!

View Only: Available on Spotify now!
Download: Search “NAR Playlist–
Road to Leadership” to
download all of your
regional tunes to get you
ready for the 2019
Leadership Conference,
North Atlantic style!


Congratulations Sorors!

Monmouth Chamber of Commerce Athena Leadership
Award Recognition

Soror Constance R. Pizarro, the 32 North Atlantic Regional Director
was honored with the distinguished Athena Leadership Award by the
Monmouth Chamber of Commerce on Friday, November 2, 2018. The
award celebrates women as valued members and leaders of the

Pennsylvania Governor and Mayor of Harrisburg Honors
Epsilon Sigma Omega on Continuous Community Service
and Sisterhood

Executive Applause In a commendation from The Honorable Governor of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf,
he applauded the Chapter’s accomplishments through the years and expressed confidence in its
future. The Honorable Mayor of Harrisburg, Eric Papefuse said, “Today, even after more than six
decades of service in the Harrisburg area, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Epsilon Sigma Omega
Chapter, remains a steadfast and relevant community and philanthropic partner in the region.”

North Atlantic Regional Director’s EAF Endowment

Congratulations to Madam Regional Director on the full endowment of the Mary Bentley LaMar
Caring For Those Who Care Fund. Sorors, please remember the endowment when donating to EAF.

Madam Regional Director attends the May 19, 2019 performance of “Jubilee” in Washington, DC; a regional EAF fundraiser.


Undergraduate Updates
from the UAC

Save the Date for the Fall 2019
Skee Week
The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority,
Incorporated®, sorority-wide 2019
Fall Skee-Week will be October 6 -
October 12, 2019. Additional details

will follow.

Members of Lambda Zeta work alongside Xi Omega and Omicron Pi to make Thank you so much for your continued participation in
PB&J for the hunger as one of their MLK Day of Service activities. our sorority-wide 2018 Spring Skee-Week! Because of
YOU, our International Skee-Week was a success!
Lambda Phi Soror participates in the chapter's Mega Pack at Running Brook
Elementary School. Congratulation Class of 2019 Graduates!
The 2018-2020 International Undergraduate Activities
Ladies of Tau Xi Committee (UAC) would like to congratulate the Class
Chapter of 2019 on their graduation. We wish you continued
(Villanova success in all your future endeavors and can't wait to
University) at see your impact on the graduate level of our
the 88th North illustrious sorority!
Atlantic Regional
Conference. 2019 Leadership Seminar
During the 2019 Leadership Seminar, we will be
facilitating a Summit for the Undergraduates, in
addition to AKA University's undergraduate workshop
track. Since we work hard, we will play hard during the
Undergraduates' social.
Attire: Pajamas! Please keep them appropriate.

Stay Connected!
Like us: AKA Undergradu-

[email protected]


Contact: Soror Lucy M Brice
Undergraduate Activities
Committee Representative
[email protected]


save the dates The objective of News of Note, under the
leadership of Regional Director Mary Bentley
COMMUNITY IMPACT DAYS LaMar is to share the noteworthy news of the
region, updates on the regional director’s
AUG 25, 2019 AKA International Day of activities, and international and regional
Prayer Observance committee highlights.

SEP 16, 2019 AKA HBCU Day Observance The North Atlantic News of Note newsletter will
published quarterly with the following issue
OCT 7, 2019 Breast Cancer Awareness dates: December (Winter), March (Spring), June
Day (Summer) and October (Fall).

NOV 15, 2019 AKA Caregivers’ Day Submissions should be emailed to Madam
Observance Regional Director for consideration and should
not exceed 250 words. Due to space, all items
CONFERENCES must be approved in advance. Information
should be shared with Cluster Coordinators for
JUNE 27-30, 2019 immediate sharing.

SEPT 20-21 2019 Summer Deadline: August 1, 2019
SEPT 28, 2019 (Release Date: September)
OCT 5, 2019 Submission Email: [email protected]
OCT 19, 2019
OCT 26, 2019 The North Atlantic Region’s Communications
NOV 9, 2019 Team’s focus is on providing chapter or local
JAN 11, 2020 support of Regional and International programs
and initiatives. If you have news to share with
MAR 4-6, 2020 the Region, please post it to your chapter’s
JULY 15-19, 2020 official social media accounts and tag the
Region’s page in it so it can be reposted.
Alternatively, you can submit your photos and
write ups to [email protected]
Please make sure that any content you submit
has been pre-approved by your Basileus for
public use. Please continue to send Cluster-
specific announcements (e.g., event/ fundraiser
invitations, Ivy Beyond The Wall notices, chapter
updates, chapter news, etc.) to your Cluster




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