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Women Of Alpha Kappa Alpha You Should Know


Women Of Alpha Kappa Alpha You Should Know

An amazing moment in history, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was founded on Wednesday, January 15, 1908. The sorority has cultivated thousands of women into shining stars and has helped build up countless communities. The principles that lay the foundation for the sorority are used to build women into someone that’s unstoppable and that can take over the world, while simultaneously uniting women as one. Women of all walks of life are Alpha Kappa Alpha members: teachers, movie stars, directors, etc. and they effortlessly excel in all of them.

Today marks the 112th year of excellence for Alpha Kappa Alpha. Not only is Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated the first Black sorority but it’s also my sorority. I’m a proud member, and today I celebrate my sisterhood by familiarizing you all with some of my sisters who are killing it!


COO of Starbucks and former President of Sam’s Club

Rosalind is breaking all kinds of boundaries. In 2012 after joining Sam’s Club, she made history by becoming the first woman and first African American to lead a Walmart division. Also, Fortune ranked her #33 on its list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business. However, my girl didn’t just stop there, she’s now the COO of Starbucks as of March 2017.

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Television Host, and bestselling Author

State of the Culture host, Eboni K Williams, is one to be reckoned with. My Soror is not only a host and an attorney, but she’s also an author! Williams began her road to success when she was accepted and enrolled into The University of North Carolina at the age of 16. Since then she’s been a Fox News Host, and one of ESSENCE Magazine’s ‘Woke 100’ in their April 2018 anniversary edition.

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I’m grateful AF. Growing up as the only child to a single mom, I was incredibly lonely. I literally talked to myself and I REALLY thought Lisa Turtle, Rudy Huxtable, and Kelly Taylor were my real life friends. Lame, I know. 🤦🏾‍♀️ As I grew up and formed deep friendships with women, I remain incredibly grateful for my relationships with women. Through a difficult adolescence, stressful collegiate experience, turbulent career journey, failed marriage, and maternal estrangement….the women in my inner circle have held me DOWN. I threw a Pretty Powerful Champagne reception to celebrate women. Specifically, themes of sisterhood, women’s empowerment, anti-mean girl movements, and womanly peer-mentorship. @angelayee (one of my peer mentors) graciously moderated a conversation that highlighted femininity as strength, and the REQUIREMENT of more than one of us occupying a particular space at the same time. There are a million white men in every industry…why do we as women (and black women in particular) subscribe to the belief that there can only be “one” of us at a time???!! Times up on that shit and I rebuke it in His name🙏🏾. We poured out our insecurities (don’t get started on what my momma said about my edges🙄) and conclud
ed the night affirming how women, especially when we collaborate, are collectively positioned to win on EVERY level. I wrote #PrettyPowerful as my love letter to women. Today, I’m grateful AF to support, hire, learn from, be raised by, mentor to, be sponsor to, be sponsored by, in friendship with, and ultimately in sisterhood with…women❤️Special thanks to the queens that worked to put this evening together @gjpmedia @habituallyhilari @lynzchristiantv @eboneetravels @joijoi22 @ashleyssweettreatsinc #PrettyPowerful #tbt👯‍♀️#womenshistorymonth #sisterhood #OnlyChildWhere? #womenhelpingwomen 📸 @chuckmarcus

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Demi started her career right here in Chicago, where she was an intern at WGCI, and once she reached her cap there she quickly moved to Atlanta. While in Atlanta she became one of the top personalities on radio and then decided to move to LA to start her DJ career. Demi still resides in Los Angeles and has DJ’d events with Cardi B, Yo Gotti, and the list goes on.



U.S. Senator Kamla Harris is a woman of Alpha Kappa Alpha whose goal is to take over the world. Harris was in the Presidential race for 2020, however she recently dropped out. Nevertheless this is not the end of her race for justice for the people.

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