About Our Chapter

The Atlanta Alumnae Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi was founded in 1933 at the Ansley Country Club. Our Chapter consists of a diverse group of women that come from over 40 different initiated chapters, ranging from new graduates to 50+ year members. We hold many sisterhood and philanthropic events year-round all over the Greater Atlanta Area. The Atlanta Alumnae Chapter also provides support to all 8 Georgia collegiate chapters, the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association, the AOII Foundation, and the Atlanta community. 

Our Atlanta sisters put a huge priority on maintaining our sisterhood and building a strong community of women. Several of our sisters have met their lifelong friends through the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter. Our sisters attend AOII events together, network and help our sisters establish their careers, bond over wine and cheese, vacation together, and even are bridesmaids in each others weddings! We celebrate major milestones together and comfort each other during trying times. We're each other's biggest advocates, and strive to Inspire Ambition and live out our ritual. 

We would love to have you join us and continue your alumnae experience in the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter. If you have any questions about membership, our events, or just want to connect with a new sister please reach out to aoiiatlantaalumnae@gmail.com or one of our officers directly. 

Chapter Achievements

  • Over 20% of our chapter members currently serve on local collegiate chapter advisory boards.

  • 5 chapter members currently serve in a Network Specialist or Network Director role.

  • Mary Ann Stark currently serves as the New College Panhellenic Chair for the National Panhellenic Conference. 

  • 5 chapter sisters actively volunteer with the Foundation ion Standing Committees. Our Atlanta Alumnae sister Meagan Davies currently serves on the 2020-2022 AOII Foundation Board President.

  • Several of our members are actively involved in organizations around Atlanta such as Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, Sandy Spring Society, Marietta and Atlanta Junior League chapters, Leadership Atlanta, and the Arthritis Foundation's Georgia Chapter.  

Chapter Recognition
  • Ruby Level Chapter for the 2+ Decades

  • Excellence in Membership Recruitment- Convention 2021

  • Excellence in Communications- Leadership Institute 2020

  • Excellence in Membership Recruitment, Communications, and Philos Award- Convention 2019

  • Excellence in Sisterhood, Communications, and Philos Award- Leadership Institute 2020

Member Recognition
  • Meagan Davies- 2021-2023 AOII Foundation Board President

  • Lori Hart- 2020 Alpha Chi Omega Vision Award 

  • Phyllis Austin- 2019-2020 AAPA President

  • Mary Ann Stark- 2019 AAPA Faeverner Kramer Loyalty Award

  • Becky Gamble- 2019 KSU Greek Life Chapter Adviser of the Year

  • Salena Sanford Staub- 2018 AOII Rose Award

Our Events

We hold several events throughout the year all over the Atlanta area including Sisters Night Outs, Founders Day, and our fall kick-off event Wine, Women, and Roses. We also have events where families, our IIOA husbands/partners, and dates are invited. Our chapter has a team annually for both the Jingle Bell Run (December) and the Walk to Cure Arthritis(May), and hosts fundraisers and other philanthropy events throughout the year.

If you are interested in hosting or co-hosting an event for the chapter, please reach out to our Vice President, Becky Gamble, at beckygamble@hotmail.com

Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association 

Founded in 1927, the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association is a community-based organization affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC). Our membership is composed of 21 representative alumnae from the 26 NPC member fraternities.For over 90 years, the purpose of the Atlanta Alumnae Panhellenic Association has been: 

  • To inform fraternity women of current trends;

  • To promote the fraternity system;

  • To improve the Panhellenic image; and

  • To stimulate a continuing interest in Panhellenic affairs.