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As an elite and budding organization, KEΨ’s goal is to establish chapters on every U.S. Military Installation & in local communities throughout the world made way to establish our chapter.
TAMPA TAU CHAPTER’S HUMBLE BEGINNING
The Tampa Tau Chapter began as a Cluster with eight like-minded female Veterans with the desire to start a local KEΨ Chapter. These Sorority Sisters established themselves as a Cluster on the 7th of January 2016 with Chartering members:
Ayeisha L. Latta-Matthews, Kenya U. Wicks, Yolanda R. Dean, Ameena Brown, Yolanda D. Molden-Verner, Tammy Myrie, Chastity P. Sullivan, and Tomelya D. Coley. On the 7th of June 2016, Nequitta Brown, Chaundra N. Gore, Samara Walker, and Maureen Brewster joined the ranks and helped propel this cluster forward as a premier chapter. During the 5th Annual KEΨ Reveille held in Atlanta, Georgia on the 19th of August 2016, the Tampa Tau Chapter was chartered. As our chapter continues to grow, we will continue to focus on honoring all races of our past female service members, uniting our present female service members, and mentoring future leadership of our Armed Forces while serving our local communities.
Founded on April 4th of 2011 and Incorporated on May 15, 2011, KEΨ continues to focus on its mission and vision; in an effort to continue propelling our Sisterhood upward and forward. The Founders of Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority Incorporated are: Shica Hill & Moneka Smith. The First Initiates of Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority are: Ciera Burts, Kayla Hall, Keondra Harris, Marga Horn, Kesia Loyd-Brown & Ariane Wyatt, Jennifer Berry. The First Chapter of Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority Incorporated: On May 25, 2013, twenty dynamic women successfully chartered the first chapter of KEΨ. Since the chartering of our first chapter (Honolulu Alpha), numerous other Sorors & women (serving stateside & abroad) have begun the process of bringing KEΨ chapters to their local communities. www.militarysorority.com.
On July 4, 2013, a group of military men had begun the process of forming a new military fraternity and wanted to meet with KEΨ to gain additional insight on the process. On July 16, 2013, Soror Shica Hill met with Mr. William Dickey, a husband of a KEΨ Soror (and 1 of the 3 KLC Founders) to discuss the formation of a brother fraternity to KEΨ. Two weeks after the initial meeting on July 25, 2013, the Founders of KLC & KEΨ officially met to discuss becoming constitutionally bound. A week after the joint meeting on August 1, 2013, the National Leadership of KEΨ unanimously voted in agreement to unite with Kappa Lambda Chi Military Fraternity. On August 8, 2013, in the great state of North Carolina, Kappa Lambda Chi Military Fraternity was officially incorporated. To learn more about our male counterparts visit their official website at: www.militaryfraternity.com.
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