Phi Psi Omega participated in The Center for Closing the Health Gap on April 24, 2015 at Washington Park downtown Cincinnati.
Well Fund: A Mile In Her Shoes March 1-21
Phi Psi Omega Chapter members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated have pledged to donate spare change every time they use water.
ASCEND Cultural Outing February 28, 2015
Phi Psi Omega Chapter held a cultural outing with ASCEND students to go view the movie Selma. Afterwards they had a dynamtic discussion with former Ohio State Senator Eric Kerney.
ASCEND Meeting February 28, 2015
Charlene Wright, Engineer at General Electric and proud graduate of Tuskegee University talked to students about high level education offered at HBCUs across the country. Wiona Berry, offered helpful tips on how to prepare for the ACT and SAT. The students participated in a simulated UN/USA meeting. In addition, our ASCEND students heard from two excellent guest speakers. Tina Ellis, Associate Director of Research and Development, Health Care Sector at Procter & Gamble. The Ohio State University graduate and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. member explained the importance of designing packaging that can withstand shipping, changing temperatures and other external elements so that items arrive on store shelves in pristine condition. Our second guest was Mr. Anthony Smith, Superintendent of the Winton Woods School District. He gave the do’s and don’ts of interviewing. Mr. Smith told the students that being properly dressed can be just as important as being qualified. Students were able to discuss correct and incorrect interview attire as part of our first-ever ASCEND Dress for Success Fashion Show, for which Mr. Smith and Vera Smith provided commentary and analysis.
Pink Goes Red for a Day! IMPACT DAY February 6, 2015
In support of the American Heart Association, Phi Psi Omega Chapter traded in their preferred pink for a day of red to bring awareness to heart health – and had fun doing it! Phi Psi Omega hosted an “All the Way Live” night of line dancing at Roxy’s Night Club in Sharonville, OH to get our bodies moving and our hearts pumping. Old favorites like the Cupid Shuffle and the Wobble were met with new hustles for everyone to learn like the Haterz, Bump to the Bump and Sexy Man. 1st Prize for the top line dancer was awarded to Lisa Davis. Rob Craig was the 2nd Prize winner. The event raised over $900 for the American Heart Association. Target II Captain, Elisa Murphy organized the event.
ASCEND Kickoff January 31, 2015
Ready, set, go! Phi Phi Omega Kicked off the ASCEND program with special guest speaker Sean Rugless, President, Cincinnati African American Chamber of Commerce.
One Sight Eye Screening October 4, 2014
Every year, Luxottica associates and doctors across North America volunteer to provide free eye exams and new glasses to those in need. In Cincinnati, associates and volunteers will provide free vision screenings to over 28,000 elementary, middle and high school children in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area schools.
Phi Psi Omega Chapter was very grateful and proud to work with this organization.
Martin Luther King Jr IMPACT DAY January 19, 2015
Phi Psi Omega chapter partnered with Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc, Delta Gamma Lambda Chapter and 100 Black Women to host Hoxworth's Blood Center's Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Blood Drive. Chapter members then joined the MLK Coalition's Civil Rights March from the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center to the Cincinnati Music Hall.
HBCU College Fair September 30, 2014
Members of our chapter led by Ms Trina Patrick and members of our sister chapter, Sigma Omega, serving the Greater Cincinnati community by volunteering at the Tryed Stone Church event during its Historically Black Colleges and University (HBCU) College Fair. HBCUs are a key focus of our sorority over the next four years!