The Omicron Kappa Zeta Chapter was chartered October 5, 1991 to service College Park and the metropolitan Atlanta area. Since its chartering, the Chapter has been committed to the Sorority’s principles:
Scholarship: The chapter's charitable arm is the Helping Scholars Succeed Foundation, which administers numerous scholarships. The chapter also donates regularly to the Sorority’s National Educational Foundation.
Service: The chapter continues to participate in the Sorority’s signature program, Z-HOPE (Zetas Helping Other People Excel through Mind, Body and Spirit). The chapter also collects and donates items to various organizations and schools in the metropolitan Atlanta area, as well as volunteers with organizations such as March of Dimes.
Sisterhood: Chapter members are continuously supportive of each other’s endeavors, serving as cheering sections, sounding boards, helping hands and supportive shoulders.
Finer Womanhood: OKZ members continue to work tirelessly to enhance our own skills and experiences, while simultaneously enhancing the various organizations we serve and the Sorority we love. Chapter members serve in various leadership roles within and outside Zeta.
Ola Hill **
Bernice Means **
** Triumphant Soror
President - Shaneesa N. Ashford
Secretary - Camisha Pruitt
Financial Secretary - Lynette Lacy
Treasurer/Chair of the Board - Tracee King
Historian - Jennie Harrison
Keeper of Properties - Fran McTier
Chaplain - Kisha Thompson
Communications - Marchketa Smallwood
Z-HOPE Co-Coordinator - Liza Burton
Z-HOPE Co-Coordinator - Stephanie Garrett
Military Liaison - Claudia Hart
Amicae Sponsor - Denise McCullough
Social Action Chair - Sharon Brooks
Sisterhood Chair - Narobi Bennett
Founders' Day Rep. - Shawn Simington
Centennial Rep. - Shani Smith
Prematurity Awareness Chair - Jennie Harrison
March of Dimes Chair - Denise McCullough