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Ida L. Jackson brought the presence of Alpha Kappa Alpha to the American West Coast in 1921, chartering Rho Chapter at the University of California Berkley. On August 1, 1933, Beta Theta Chapter was chartered in Seattle, Washington at the Tacoma, Washington home of Sadie McIver. Beta Theta consisted of both undergraduate and graduate members.

By 1948, there were enough members in Beta Theta Chapter to form a second chapter, which would be named Delta Upsilon Omega – the first graduate chapter in Washington State.



As Alpha Kappa Alpha celebrates 109 years of Sisterhood and Service, the members of The Seattle Alumnae Chapter is dedicated to providing support for lifelong learning through our education, women’s healthcare, economic empowerment, and global impact programming and by supporting the Black Arts movement and historically Black colleges and universities.
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Delta Upsilon Omega, the Seattle Alumnae Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated has been steadfast in continuing to enrich the legacy of service in the greater Seattle community for more than 71 years. The Seattle Alumnae Chapter is dedicated to providing support for lifelong learning through our education, women’s healthcare, economic empowerment, and global impact programming and by supporting the Black Arts movement and historically Black colleges and universities. We remain committed to serving as leaders of change and are dedicated to addressing disparities within our communities.