Omaha Alumnae Chapter History

Founded in 1910 and still strong today, the Omaha Alumnae Chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta has grown into a very active and diverse group of women who truly support the Fraternity we love. We are career women, retired women, single and married women, new graduates and graduate students, stay-at home moms, and empty nesters.

Our membership represents over 50 different colleges and universities across the country, and boasts initiates from every decade from 1930 to the present.

Omaha Alumnae Chapter is a multiple winner of the Golden Kite Award. The Golden Kite, awarded at Grand Convention, is the highest honor an alumnae chapter can receive. We are also among the select few alumnae chapters to have been nominated for the Founders Award, an honor bestowed on the alumnae chapter that goes above and beyond in demonstrating the Fraternity ideals.

Year after year, the women in our chapter put so much love, energy and time towards supporting each other, Rho Chapter, the women from our area who pledge Theta at other universities and colleges, CASA, the Theta Foundation and our Fraternity as a whole.