Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®
Alpha Tau Omega
We are thrilled to welcome you to the official website of the
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated ®, Alpha Tau Omega
Chapter. The chapter has been serving San Antonio and
surrounding communities since November 1930.
We take immense pride in being a home of nearly 300
professional, college-educated women, committed to the mission
of our sisterhood, 'Service to All Mankind.' Our dedication to
making a positive impact is evident through progressive and
innovative programming aligned with the platform of our
International President and CEO, Danette Anthony Reed,
encapsulated in the theme 'Soaring to New Heights of Service and
For over 90 years, Alpha Tau Omega has been dedicated to its
legacy of sisterhood and service. We remain true to our Sorority's
origins, which began as the vision of nine college students at
Howard University in 1908. From 2024 to 2025, Alpha Tau
Omega will continue to uphold our commitment to being a
"Sisterhood Transformed by Action, Rising through Service" in
the San Antonio community and beyond.
We appreciate your interest in learning more about our
organization. To stay up-to-date with Alpha Tau Omega and the
work we do in the community, make sure to follow us on this
website and social media. We thank you for your continued
support of our service projects as the Alpha Tau Omega Chapter
continues to soar as S.T.A.R.S. (Sisterhood Transformed by
Action, Rising through Service) throughout the community where
we live and serve.
Dr. Kelly Nash Forrest
Alpha Tau Omega Chapter provides numerous innovative programs of service that are beneficial for our youth such as a reading enrichment program at the Eastside Boys and Girls Club, and the Mahogany Brain Challenge, a contest for youth on African American History held annually in February. Currently we sponsor a Mentor Program for the female students at MLK Academy with a focus in academic enrichment and leadership development. We also promote programs to educate the community in regard to Health Issues, Economic Security, Global Poverty, Social Justice, and advancing education with Scholarships for graduating seniors.
Alpha Tau Omega History
Sunday, March 10, 2024
Chapter Meeting In Person