Thank you for visiting our website. I am honored to serve as the 16th president of Tau Beta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®. I invite you to discover our innovative programs, sisterly connections, and upcoming events.
Nestled in the heart of Marina del Rey, California, in the Fascinating Far Western Region, Tau Beta Omega delivers award-winning service to our city by the sea and its surrounding communities. Our Sorority’s 2022-2026 program theme under International President and CEO, Danette Anthony Reed, is Soaring to Greater Heights of Service & Sisterhood. The International Program includes six initiatives that are designed to enhance the social, economic, and educational well-being of local, national, and international communities. They are:
Strengthen Our Sisterhood
Empower Our Families
Build Our Economic Wealth
Enhance Our Environment
Advocate for Social Justice
Uplift Our Local Community
The "Foundation Initiative" under Mrs. Reed is Strengthen Our Sisterhood. This endeavor will fortify our bonds to uphold and enhance our service mission.
Chartered on April 27, 1991, Tau Beta Omega is currently composed of 74 diverse, high-achieving women. We are recent college graduates, successful entrepreneurs, seasoned professionals, and accomplished retirees. We are women celebrating milestone membership years ranging from 25 to more than 65. We are sisters bonded by our beloved Sorority. And, we are devoted to remaining Supreme in Service to All Mankind.
If you are a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha in search of a chapter home, please consider visiting Tau Beta Omega Chapter. Our chapter meetings are held on the second Saturday of each month, except July and August.
Again, thank you for taking the opportunity to visit our site and learn about our chapter. Please subscribe and return often for updates regarding public events and activities as well as announcements related to our service programs. Tau Beta Omega knows that Sisterhood, Service, and Stewardship are a Serious Matter.
We look forward to seeing you soon, and we thank you for your support.
In Sisterhood and Service,
Tau Beta Omega Chapter
Tau Beta Omega is sensitive
to the changing needs of
our current global environment.
Out of concern for our communities, supporters and each other, we have made adjustments in our planned activities.
We will continually monitor the situation
as it evolves and make scheduling
PINK GOES RED
for Women's Heart Health
HAPPENING THIS FRIDAY!
In collaboration with two Los Angeles area chapters and J&J Soulful Steps Soul Linedancers, we're back for this incredibly fun class!
Wear red all day on Friday, February 3rd (post to your socials!), then join us for healthy giveaways, laughter, and fun! Don't forget to bring your filled, reusable water bottle. If you can't make it to this event, you can support by donating to the American Heart Association using the button below.
And the winner is....
Tau Beta Omega congratulates the Far Western Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® for being awarded the When We All Vote Award. We are especially proud of our very own member, Tifara Monroe. As the Far Western Region Representative to the International Connection and Social Action Committee, Tifara led teams of sorority members across nine different states to register new voters in record numbers!
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Tau Beta Omega Honors the Life and Legacy of Vera Moffett
We celebrate the influential, admirable and colorful life of our beloved Charter Member, Vera Layton Moffett.
Vera was a Pearl Member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporate with 65 years of service to all mankind.
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Tau Beta Omega Awarded for
Outstanding Execution of 2022 Service Programs
Each year Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated's® Far Western Region
recognizes chapters and individuals for excellence in service program implementation.
The Far Western Regional Award Committee reviews nominations across nine states.
Target I: #CAP (International Signature Program)
Awards distributed for Category III: Chapters with up to 75 members