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Beta Rho Omega Alumni Chapter of Iota Phi Theta(R) Fraternity, Incorporated

On September 19, 1963, at Morgan State College (now Morgan State University), 12 students founded what is now the nation’s fifth largest, predominately African-American social service fraternity…Iota Phi Theta® Fraternity, Incorporated.  The Founders of Iota Phi Theta® were Albert Hicks, Lonnie Spruill, Jr., Charles Briscoe, Frank Coakley, John Slade, Barron Willis, Webster Lewis, Charles Brown, Louis Hudnell, Charles Gregory, Elias Dorsey, Jr., and Michael Williams.

 

On April 23, 2009, the Beta Rho Omega Alumni Chapter was chartered by five Brothers from the Queens/Long Island area. They were David M. White, Patrick Blaise, David M Glenn, Rev. James Kilgore and Dr. Harry Lopez, with the assistance of then State Director, Pat Pierre-Louis.

 

We are expanding our social services within the Queens/Long Island community. We have raised and donated money for scholarships, school supplies and other community needs. We've held clothing drives, college fairs, and financial aid workshops for students and parents. We assist where we can to answer the needs of others within our community.

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