Kappa Lambda Omega Chapter



Reclaiming Our Pearls


Reactivate with KLO: Kappa Lambda Omega Chapter welcomes existing members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority to reactivate with the sorority and our chapter. We encourage inactive members to attend our chapter meeting, meet our members and learn more about the activities, which we believe are helping us make a difference in the Greater Nashville community. You can find additional information and the reactivation form in the members’ only section of our AKA1908 website. Contact the Membership Committee at membership@kappalambdaomega.com if you have any questions.


Transfer to KLO: Kappa Lambda Omega Chapter is also excited to welcome all members looking for a new chapter home. If you are new to the area, would like to transfer to Kappa Lambda Omega from another chapter, or want to join our chapter from general membership, please contact the Membership Committee at membership@kappalambdaomega.com. Additional details about the transfer process can be found in the members’ only section of our AKA1908 website.


KLO Meeting Information. Come visit and see what KLO has to offer!


Kappa Lambda Omega Chapter meetings are open only to initiated members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.  Chapter meetings are generally held on the second Sunday of the month.


First time visitors will be encouraged to arrive a few minutes early as credentials and proof of membership are required and must be verified prior to entering the meeting. You must present one (1) of the following:

  • Your most recent membership card

  • Ivy Leaf magazine with name and address label attached

  • Certificate of membership

  • Photo identification


Business attire is required for all chapter meetings unless otherwise noted.


If you’re interested in visiting with us, please email the Membership Chairman at membership@kappalambdaomega.com for additional details.


We’d love to have you!


Prospective Membership


Graduate membership is by invitation only and is not solicited through graduate chapters. Graduate chapters host public events, such as forums, cultural presentations and social activities, so that prospective candidates can become acquainted with chapter members and learn about service activities offered to local communities. Women seeking graduate membership should visit our international website at http://aka1908.com/membership/aspiring-or-prospective-members for more information regarding qualifications, requirements and the process.