The ladies of the Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter are proud to welcome you to our website. This site will provide you with information about our community based programming and events that are designed to serve the needs of the East Point and College Park communities.

For the past 20 years, we have been honored and willing to give back to the community in order to make a difference. Locally, we engage in service programs that focus on healthy lifestyles, economic security, black family and education. We also provide scholarship opportunities through our fundraising arm, The Twenty Pearls Foundation, Incorporated.

Internationally, Alpha Kappa Alpha women have been inspired to dedicate themselves to “Global Leadership through Timeless Service.” The new 2010-2014 program initiatives implemented by our International President, Carolyn House Stewart, promise to meet the heightened demand for our youth to be exposed to innovative leadership skills, enhanced academic preparation and civic engagement to achieve personal success.

We are proud of our legacy and thank our partners and families for helping us achieve our program goals.

For members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated looking to reactivate, or move from undergraduate to graduate level, we welcome you. The members of Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter will inspire you to rededicate yourself to our great sisterhood. There is plenty of work to be done and your help is welcome!

Feel free to browse this site to find out more about our programs, projects and activities. We are a group of ladies from diverse backgrounds and interests who share a common desire and willingness to work together in a chapter "large enough to serve, but small enough to care".

Shelbia King, President

TEO : Large enough to serve, Small enough to care


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Tau Epsilon Omega
serving the communities of East Point and College Park, Georgia Since 1991