We are pleased to congratulate Brother Bryan Johnson for his recent victory on election day, November 6, 2018. Bryan was newly elected to serve on the Ann Arbor School Board. On behalf of your Alumni Chapter Brother Johnson we wish you the best as you put your best foot forward in the education of our
Our own Brother Terrence Reeves (Delta Nu, 2000), was honored during Alpha Kappa Alpha’s 16th Annual Celebration of Black Men. Annually, the Delta Psi Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. recognize men in our community who have been pillars of success in all fields. The event was held on Saturday, October 27, 2018,
Tyler Kinloch, ABS Continuous Improvement Specialist at Davenport Works, received the “Outstanding Young Engineer in Aerospace” award at the 2018 National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) Aerospace Systems Conference in Houston, Texas. “I’m extremely honored and grateful to be given this award,” said Tyler. “It’s amazing to be recognized alongside all these other phenomenal candidates
Our own Brother LaMonta (Coach) Stone is returning to his home high school to take over the reigns as head basketball coach of the number one preseason rated team in the state. We congratulate Brother Stone in his new quest. He brings all kind of experience to his new duties…and now he brings his Kappa
Congratulations to Brothers Hal Heard III, Scott Mial, and Greg Sipp for their recognition by the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Delta Psi Omega Alumni Chapter. Brother Scott Mial was honored in 2001 to pick up his father’s, who was a Kappa Brother, recognition from this same Chapter posthumously. Now Father and Son have been
Brother Derrick Gragg served as the keynote speaker at the Juneteenth Celebration hosted by Community for All. Dr. Gragg is the Athletic Director at the University of Tulsa and formerly served as Athletic Director at Eastern Michigan University. The event was held on Saturday, June 17 at the Holiday Inn in Ann Arbor, MI.