S: Mattelia B. Grays Leadership Development Award
BC: Being a leader is like a borrowed garment. Ugandan Proverb
FC: Fabric Of Leadership
2: Nomination From Chapter Chapter Activities Initiated in Support of Leadership Development Leadership Events Workshops for Personal Development Leadership Presentations Conducted at National, Cluster or Chapter Events | Table of Contents
3: Nomination From Chapter
4: Threads of Leadership | Continuous Service since Initiation October 7, 1989 Pan-Hellenic Representative Graduate Advisor - Two Terms Epistoleus Grammateus Standards Chairman Nominating Committee Chairman Protocol Committee Chairman Leadership Development Committee Co-Chairman Certified Graduate Advisor Graduate Council Member Regional and Boule Conference Delegate South Central Regional Conference Dais Guest Presenter of the Rules Governing Conference Conference Workshop Recorder
5: Karen A. King Protocol Committee Chairman Leadership Development Committee, Co-Chairman Certified Graduate Advisor Graduate Council Member Co-Advisor, Southern Methodist University Kappa Mu Chapter
6: Chapter Activities | Educational Advancement Foundation Founders' Day Celebrations Health Initiatives MLK Walk Scholarship Fundraiser (Bowl-A-Thon) Undergraduate Mentorship
7: Educational Advancement Foundation EAF committee member serving to support the capitalization through its Endowment Program a "Lasting Legacy" for Soror Mamie McKnight our 16th South Central Regional Director.
8: 2010 Founders' Day Celebration...Embracing and Strengthening Our Communities Through Partnership Karen, Protocol Chairman introduced Dais Guest. | Founders' Day Reception Karen, Protocol Chairman attended to courtesies of our VSG (Gwendolyn Brinkley, SC Regional Director and Guest Speaker, Dwayne Murray Grand Polemarch of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.
9: Founders' Day Community Service Project - Platform 3: The Economic Growth of the Black Family. Joint community service project with Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. focused on supporting and developing our young black males.
10: 2011 Founders' Day Celebration...Celebrating Our Sisterhood: Honoring 75, 50 and 25 Years of Service Karen, Protocol Chairman leaving the holding room to prepare for introduction of Dais Guest. | Protocol Committee Chairman, Karen facilitated committee meeting in preparation for 2011 Founders' Day activities.
11: Founders' Day Community Service Project - Emerging Young Leaders (EYL) Program Initiative Program designed to impact the lives of girls in grades 6th - 8th by providing leadership development, civic engagement, enhanced academic preparation and character building. Alpha Xi Omega Chapter is partnering with Sarah Zumwalt Middle School where one of our chapter members is the Principal.
12: Synchronized Solidarity Walk for Emotional, Spiritual and Physical Healing Participated in the synchronized walk which occurred simultaneously around the world on Saturday, June 26, 2010.
13: Step Out Walk to Fight Diabetes The American Diabetes Association works everyday to change the frightening future that diabetes has in store. Volunteered during our local "Step Out" event.
14: Alpha Xi Omega Chapter "Pink Pick-Up" Partnered with th National Kidney Foundation, Inc. donating household and clothing items that will help fight kidney disease in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
15: MLK Parade City of Dallas sponsored the annual MLK Parade. The Connections Committee serves as organizers for our chapter's participation. Alpha Xi Omega Chapter members pictured with our Encounters Youth Group and the Pan Hellenic Council.
16: Bowl-A-Thon Scholarship Fundraiser Alpha Xi Omega Chapter's 15th Annual "Ivy Bowl-A-Thon", our signature fundraiser which supports Alpha Key Alliance, our Scholarship Foundation.
17: Undergraduate Mentorship Karen serves as Co-Advisor and Graduate Council Member Participated in National Pan Hellenic Forum as co-advisor for Kappa Mu Chapter at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. The NPHC promotes the well-being of its affiliate fraternities and sororities, facilitates the establishment and development of local councils of the NPHC and provides leadership training for its constituents.
18: Supported Kappa Mu Chapter's "AKA Week" during their "pillow talk" forum. The purpose of the forum is to foster healthy discussions with the diverse student population on campus dealing with matters of mutual concern.
19: Supported Kappa Mu Chapter's activities... Installation of Officers, MIP Rush & Homecoming
20: Choices Leadership Academy...a multicultural preparatory middle school for grade 5th-8th host site for Kappa Mu Chapter's Community Service Program Initiatives.
21: Undergraduate Workshop with Kappa Mu Chapter Presentation with Patricia Webb, International Program Member
22: Leadership Events | Boule Regional Conference Cluster Retreat Chapter Retreat
23: 64th Boule St. Louis, MO | Gateway to a New Era
24: Workshop attendee with our "Living Legacies" The culture of Alpha Kappa Alpha is grounded in our unique treasures of: value, structure, character, integrity, and processes. If they are lost, then we risk shattering the essence of our beloved sisterhood.
25: Workshop attendee learning that knowledge and preparation are the key factors for successful and seamless protocol. Reducing the anxiety around doing things the right way. International Protocol Chairman, Francene Gilmore
26: Boule Delegates in Plenary Session | Ecumenical Service Evangelism, Spirituality & Praise | Concert MAZE Featuring Frankie Beverly | Boule Delegates pictured with our First Supreme Anti-Basileus
27: Broadening Our Pink & Green Knowledge Human Resource Professionals Brown Bag Lunch Seminar Facilitator: Soror Tonya Hallett (center) | Brown Bag Networking
28: 78th South Central Regional Conference
29: Alpha Xi Omega Chapter Dallas, Texas Conference Attendees | Escorting Diamond Soror Mary Collins
31: Protocol Committee Reception Hostess | Conference Attendees in Plenary Session | Formal Banquet
32: Program Committee Members preparing for Alpha Xi Omega Chapter Annual Retreat | Alpha Xi Omega Chapter Retreat
33: Protocol Committee Chairman, Karen and committee members facilitated a "Protocol Trivia" Workshop
34: Workshops for Personal Development | Leadership Development Passport to Leadership Conferences and Retreats Personal Leadership
35: Leadership Development Workshop Participate ***** Maintaining Productive Interpersonal Relationships | Upcoming Workshops Servant Leadership Transformation & Situational Leadership Leading a Volunteer Organization Principles and Dynamics of Effective Leadership
36: Passport to Leadership
37: Conferences and Retreats
39: Personal Leadership
40: Personal Leadership | Alpha Kappa Psi Business Fraternity Alumni The organization is recognized as the premier developer of principled business leaders.
41: Personal Leadership | National Black MBA Association The National Black MBA Association is a professional association for African Americans with a Masters of Business Administration. As a Life Member of the organization I've devoted my time and talents to the local chapter in support of our mission and vision that leads to the creation of economic and intellectual growth and wealth. | Black Women's Leadership Council Our mission is to serve as a catalyst to advance professional development and serve as a support system both at a national level as well as some key geographic U.S. locations/regions to enable Black women's personal and professional growth. I'll celebrate my 27 year in June with the company.
42: Leadership Presentations | Undergraduate Membership Intake Process Workshop Presenter (Protocol and Mentorship) Alpha Xi Omega Chapter Retreat Workshop Presenter Joint Undergraduate Chapter Retreat Presenter Joint Undergraduate Forum Presenter INROADS, Inc. Workshop Presenter
43: Undergraduate MIP Workshop Presenter Kappa Mu Chapter | Karen facilitated the Mentoring and Protocol Workshops during the Kappa Mu Chapter's Fall 2010 Membership Intake Process.
44: Undergraduate MIP Workshop Presenter Epsilon Sigma Chapter | Karen facilitated the Protocol Workshop during the Epsilon Sigma Chapter's Fall 2010 Membership Intake Process.
45: Undergraduate MIP Workshop Presenter General Member | Karen facilitated the Protocol Workshop during the Fall 2010 Membership Intake Process for General Member sponsored by Alpha Xi Omega Chapter.
46: Alpha Xi Omega Chapter Retreat | As the Protocol Chairman drafted and coordinated the facilitation of the Protocol Workshop during Alpha Xi Omega Chapter's Annual Retreat.
47: Joint Undergraduate Retreat | Karen was a program participate during Fall 2010 Joint Undergraduate Chapter Retreat for Epsilon Mu, Epsilon Sigma and Kappa Mu Chapters.
48: Joint Undergraduate Forum | Karen was a workshop presenter during 2011 Joint Undergraduate Forum for Epsilon Mu, Epsilon Sigma and Kappa Mu Chapters.
49: INROADS, Inc. | The mission of INROADS is to develop and place talented minority youth in business and industry and prepare them for corporate and community leadership. As an Alum I often serve as a workshop presenter during the students leadership development training. Karen presented "Understanding and Managing Diversity in the Workplace".