Quanda Hairston, Program Committee Chairman



The Program Committee takes pleasure in supporting the 2019-2022 International Program and the underlying them of Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service.  As an organization we are called to action to serve our community where the needs are great!


Our mission will guide us along a journey that will move through different storms that we must NOT allow to deter us from our destiny.  Our enthusiasm and passion will comfort us along this journey as we heal and inspire our community through programs offering support for HBCU, bridging the gap in understanding the College Admissions Process, health and wellness education, enlightenment into the arts and encouragement for achieving economic well-being.


We will use the social, political and economic landscape of our community to push and drive us further than we thought we could ever go, and we will always do it with a SMILE!



Quanda Hairston 

Program Committee Chairman



                                                      Program Initiatives.         

Psi Eta Omega Chapter works diligently to implement our program initiatives under the leadership of International President Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover.  The 2018-2022 Program theme is “Exemplifying Excellence through Sustainable Service”. We implement our programming through the five international program Targets:

Target 1: HBCU for Life: A Call to Action 

We will continue our emphasis on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). We will promote and market HBCUs, encourage students to attend HBCUs, and provide financial support to HBCUs.

Our Signature Program, #CAPSM, which is the abbreviation for the College Admissions Process, focuses on motivating and assisting students through the college entry process. It is a hands-on approach designed to facilitate college admission from researching various institutions and submitting applications through the completion of the enrollment process.

Target 2: Women’s Healthcare and Wellness 

We will raise community awareness about critical health issues impacting the quality and longevity of the lives of African-American women. The primary focuses will be Breast Cancer Awareness and Prevention, Heart Health, Nutrition and Wellness, and Care for the Caregivers.

Target 3: Building Your Economic Legacy 

We will emphasize financial planning, asset accumulation, and wealth building including savings and investment, managing debt, and improving credit. We also will focus on supporting and encouraging African-American businesses through entrepreneurship and “The Black Dollar 365,” where we will be intentional in patronizing African-American businesses all year long.

Target 4: The Arts! 

We will expose students to arts enrichment and culture by focusing on the arts and celebrating the contributions of African-American artists. Program initiatives will showcase talent through the exploration of writers, entertainers and various other visual and performing artists and media.

Target 5: Global Impact 

Through global partnerships, we will collaborate with organizations that provide assistance in international areas populated with people of color, including supporting organizations engaged in initiatives that assist refugees and their families integrate into American life.

     MLK Day of Service

In addition to our Exemplifying Excellence through Sustainable Service, Psi Eta Omega Chapter will implement International Impact Days annually to highlight the organization’s collective impact in program target areas:

January 15th:  Founders' Day, MLK Day of Service, International Reactivation Day

February: Pink Goes Red

April: Global Impact

August 26th (4th Sunday):  National Day of Prayer

September: HBCU Day

October: Breast Cancer

November: Caregivers Day

        Pink Goes Red

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