It is an honor and privilege to serve as the 9th president of the Phi Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Phi Alpha Omega was the first African American Greek graduate sorority chapter chartered in Northwest Arkansas on May 16, 1998. Phi Alpha Omega provides optimum partnerships and contributions to nonprofit organizations in NWA through the Tea Rose Foundation of Northwest Arkansas. We serve, support, and collaborate on initiatives dealing with social injustice, voter registration, and actively communicate ways to make a difference in local, state and federal legislation.
We enthusiastically support and recognize our Historically Black Colleges and Universities by communicating and interactively developing programs to recognize their importance and significance to our academic and cultural lenses. Phi Alpha Omega continues to fulfill the needs of Northwest Arkansas by addressing community needs with our “Launching New Dimensions of Service” international programming in five areas: education enrichment, health promotion, family strengthening, environmental ownership and global impact.
The members of Phi Alpha Omega invite you to visit our website, join our social media campaigns and become knowledgeable of PAO as we impact our community, state, nation and the world.
Angela Mosley Monts
President, Phi Alpha Omega Chapter