Then National President Marsha Grady (Alpha Upsilon, University of Alabama) calls members to celebrate Hera Day on March 1, 2011.
Then National President Marsha Grady (Alpha Upsilon, University of Alabama) calls all members to register for the 57th National Convention in St. Louise, Missouri.
Vicky Richardson Harrison (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) walks us through the colorful history of our ribbons and badges.
Vicky Richardson Harrison (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) explains the history behind the two dresses on display in the headquarters museum.
Then National President Diane Blackwelder (Omicron, Baker University) asks for assistance from members to help save our archives collections and to save our future.
Vicky Richards Harrison (Alpha Mu, Indiana University) talks through the history of our past national presidents.
February 2017, Angela Costley Harris announced a new inclusive position. In the past, we had no specific policy related to transgender students. If a student qualified to participate in the Panhellenic sorority recruitment process at their university, they were eligible for consideration as a member of Alpha Chi Omega. Many chapters and campuses across the country have requested more specific guidance and have indicated their desire to have the opportunity to consider transgender women for membership.
Diane Blackwelder (Omicron, Baker University) sends out a call to celebrate Founders' Day 2015.
Marsha Grady (Alpha Upsilon, University of Alabama) celebrates volunteer appreciation week 2012.
A video tribute to Nancy Leonard (Alpha Chi, Butler University) who served as executive director 1978-99. In 1998 she was elected the first female president of the Fraternity Executives Association. Nancy passed in 2012.
The Real. Strong. Women. tagline launched in 2008. This video shows what that tagline means to Alpha Chi Omega.
Call to convention video, National Convention 2016. The "Sunshine and Sisterhood" convention welcomed 900+ attendees to the JW Marriott Orlando Grande Lakes.
Cheri O'Neill (Gamma Mu, Ball State University) shares the state of the enterprise, typically printed out for the convention attendees.
The Real. Strong. Women. tagline was first announced in 2008.