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Soror Achievements


Soror Elizabeth G. King was recognized for her continuous support of Spelman College by its Presidents in December 2015. She received the prestigious Most Inspirational Donor Award presented by the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College. Athens-Clarke County Mayor Nancy Denson and local officials declared Feb. 3 as “Elizabeth G. King Day.” King is a pioneering educator and was a basketball coach with a career spanning 40 years before her retirement in 1978.

Soror Rhondolyn Jones Smith was an inductee for the 2018 University of Georgia Alumni Association. The 40 Under 40 distinction celebrates young alumni leading the pack in their industries and communities.

Soror Mary Frances Early was the first African American to graduate from The University of Georgia (UGA). She joined Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated while a student at Clark Atlanta University before entering graduate school at UGA. She joined Charlayne Hunter Gault (Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated) and Hamilton Holmes (Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated) to integrate the university.


As a student at the University of Georgia, Soror Mary Frances Early studied Music Education at UGA College of Education. In February 2020, the college paid homage to Soror Mary Frances Early by naming the college in her honor.  

Soror Victoria Jackson received the honor of presenting her research at the Public Health Association conference. Victoria will soon be using her Master of Public Health degree in Boston. Congratulations!

The Iota Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was recognized at the 66th South Atlantic Regional Conference for being a part of the best of the best with reactivating members into Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.

The Step and Stroll Competition was phenomenal!  Congratulations to the winners and to those who participated!! We’re sending a huge congratulations of love to the ladies of the Exquisite Eta Xi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated at The University of Georgia for winning 1st place!

The IPODS are elated to celebrate with Life Member, Martha Gilree, and Former Chapter President, Anissa Johnson, as they are honored by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority.

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