National History


In 1985 God, the Holy Spirit gave Evangelist Shirley K. Russell (a God fearing woman and mathematics instructor at Morgan State University) a vision for a Christian fraternity and sorority. The development of this vision matured when Evangelist Russell shared the vision with two of her students, Doral R. Pulley and Joyce Mungo, who were very instrumental in organizing the "CALLING ALL CHRISTIANS" meeting on November 3, 1988. This is now known as Founder's Day.


The Lord moved on the hearts and minds of many of

the attendees of the meeting to help in the manifestation of the vision of Alpha Nu Omega. The first fruits of Alpha Nu Omega consisted of 14 founding brothers and 15 founding sisters. Collectively they labored along with the Visionary Founder Shirley K. Russell in establishing the Constitution of Alpha Nu Omega. This step enabled the organization to be incorporated on December 20, 1988, 47 days after the founding date. The National Headquarters was at this time established at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland.


Many crucial decisions were made by the founders of Alpha Nu Omega, 
Inc. in regard to the administration of the organization. One decision called for the organization to operate as two distinct entities (a fraternity and a sorority) bound by a single constitution. At that time two executive boards were established - Founder Doral R. Pulley presided as the president of the fraternity, and Founder Joyce Mungo presided as the president of the sorority. Visionary Founder Shirley K. Russell remained the advisor to the brother/sister organization.


In October of 1989, the organization inducted its first line consisting of one brother and six sisters. The second line for the sisters was held in the fall of 1990. The sisters increased their membership by five. In the spring of 1991 the entire Alpha Nu Omega Family met and decided to become a non-hazing organization. They adopted an intake curriculum now known as the Orientation Process. This decision lead to the rapid addition of membership. 

Change has taken place in Alpha Nu Omega on several occasions, but the brothers and sisters of Alpha Nu Omega, Inc. hold to 

God's promise of membership growth and leadership in ministry. 


This will come through spitirual growth, which is found by walking in the Spirit and pressing toward the mark of the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 3:14).

 

 

 

 

 


Founding

Founding President 
Founding Vice President 
Founding Secretary 
Founding Treasurer 
Founding Parliamentarian 
Founding Chaplain 
Founding Public Relations Manager 
Founding Booking Manager 
Founding Eagle Brothers 







Founding 

Founding President 
Founding Vice President 
Founding Secretary 
Founding Treasurer 
Founding Parliamentarian 
Founding Chaplain 
Founding Public Relations Manager 
Founding Booking Manager 
Founding Historian 
Founding Dove Sisters
Brothers

Doral R. Pulley 
Kyle E. Bacon 
Thayer B. Robinson, Jr. 
Kevin Jones 
Maurice Williams 
J. Donald Edwards, Jr. 
Kevin Gavin 
Charles D. Bolden, II (deceased) 
Keith Bennett 
James Eure, III
Marc Evans
Glen Fields (deceased)
Stacey Patterson



Sisters 

Joyce Mungo 
Diedra Hooper (Green) 
Terrah Dews 
Rosina Hardtman (Hayward) 
Wilhelmina Jones 
Beverly Adams 
Precious D. Ross (Morrison) 
Kelly Mack (Sanders) 
Demetria L. Newsome 
Minnie Davis
Tonja Eaton
Viola Harris
Tawanda Carter (Nutt)
Rezlyn Wilson (Richardson)

Note: Maiden names of founders in parentheses
 
 
 
Undergraduate Chapters
 

 Chapter

Location 

 Charter Year

 Alpha

 Morgan State University

 1988

 Beta

 Towson University

 1991

 Gamma

 Coppin State University

 1992

 Delta

 Deleware State University

 1997

 Epsilon

 University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

 1997

 Zeta

 California University Pennsylvania

 1998

 Eta

 Pennsylvania State University

 1999

 Theta

 University of Maryland, Baltimore County

 1999

 Iota

 American University, Georgetown University

 2000

 Kappa

 University of Maryland, College Park

 2000

 Lambda

 Howard University

 2003

 Mu

 Ohio State University

 2003

 Nu

 The College of New Jersey

 2004

 Xi

 Rutgers University

 2004

 Omicron

 Florida Atlantic University

 2006

 Pi

 Winston Salem State University

 2006

 Rho

 Bowie State University

 2006

 Sigma

 Ball State University

 2008

 Tau

 Sam Houston University

 2008

Upsilon 

 North Carolina State University

 2010

 Phi

 Bethune Cookman University

2010

 

 Tennessee State University

 Charter In Progress

 

Bloomsburg University

 Charter In Progress

  
Hofstra University

 Charter in Progress
                    
 
 
 
Alumni Chapters
 

 Chapter

Charter Year 

 Greater Baltimore

1994 

 DelMar

2000

 Three Rivers

2000

  Garden State

2005

 Empire State

2006 

 DC Metro

2006

Philadelphia

2008

 South Florida

2008