National General Board
Alpha Nu Omega, Inc. is led by a national board comprised of fraternity and sorority alumni members. The national board spearheads all national initiatives, policies and procedures. Each national board serves for a term of four years.
Curtis M. Brown
Eagle Brother Curtis M. Brown was inducted into ANΩ in March of 1991. He immediately stepped into leadership, being elected President of the Awesome Alpha Chapter in September of 1991. Curtis served as chartering chapter president for the first alumni chapter of ANΩ. In March of 1995 he was called upon to serve as National President where he served until November 3, 2008. He spearheaded the formation of the United Council of Christian Fraternities and Sororities, Inc. (UCCFS) and currently serves as the Chairman and CEO of UCCFS. As National President, he oversees the implementation of the vision and growth of the organization.
National Vice President of Fraternity Affairs
Michael L. Woods
Eagle Brother Michael L. Woods was inducted into ANΩ on April 11, 2009. He crossed into the Awesome Alpha Chapter as Eagle Brother Def Poetry, #1 of the Agents of Change line. Michael has served in many capacities along the way, including Alpha Chapter President, DC Metro Alumni Fraternity President, Orientation Leader, Eagle Connection, and National Director of Brotherhood. As National Vice President of Fraternity Affairs, he directs all affairs for ANΩ Fraternity.
National Vice President of Sorority Affairs
Nekia D. Jones
Dove Sister Nekia D. Jones joined Alpha Nu Omega, Incorporated in Fall of 1994 at the Awesome Alpha Chapter. There, she served as Chapter Vice President and Chapter President. Nekia has been a very active and influential member of Alpha Nu Omega, Incorporated since her induction. She has served as the National Treasurer, Director of Ministry for the Baltimore/Washington Alumni chapter, Regional Director of Member Affairs for the Three Rivers Region, and Senior Advisor for Theta chapter. Nekia has also been instrumental in chartering several chapters of Alpha Nu Omega as the National Vice President of Expansion. She worked diligently to expand the organization to Florida, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, Texas, and most recently Virginia. She has also had the honor of serving the Council of Founders as the Founders' Liaison in recent years.
National Vice President of Training and Development
Irene O. Aninye
Dove Sister Irene O. Aninye was inducted into ANΩ on October 18, 2003 at the Theta Chapter, where she served as the Treasurer and President. She served on national committees for Policy Review and Training & Development, was the Regional Liaison of the former Three Rivers Region, and the Senior Advisor of Sigma Chapter. From 2009-2012, she was the Regional Director for the new Midwest Region, and then the National Recording Secretary from 2013 to 2106. During her term on the National Board, she also headed the Office for National Events, through which she directed the planning of meetings, conventions, and Founders’ Day celebrations for the organization. Promoting academic excellence in her own life, Irene completed her master's and doctoral degrees in Molecular & Integrative Physiology at the University of Illinois. She is biomedical research scientist and professor, who works diligently to improve STEM education and career development through various roles in academia and the community.
National Vice President of Expansion
Brandon H. Dunkley
Brandon Howard Dunkley was inducted into Alpha Nu Omega, Inc. in the summer of 2012. He is a Charter Member of the Courageous Chi chapter (SUNY Buffalo State) and has held several positions such as President, Treasurer, Secretary, and upon graduation, Advisor. Brandon has also served on the National Expansion Committee and worked closely with the National Recording Secretary on document revision. He also has a breadth of professional work experience in the field of student affairs administration with concentrations in Residence Life and Fraternity and Sorority Affairs. As National Vice President of Expansion, he focuses on identifying potential new chapters and developing them through the chartering process.
National Recording Secretary
Jacqueline J. Nelson
Dove Sister Jacqueline Nelson was inducted into Alpha Nu Omega Sorority, Inc. on March 18, 2011 at the XI Chapter located on the campus of Rutgers University- New Brunswick. In 2011, she began her service to ANΩ as her chapter’s Director of Ministry and upon graduation immediately became the Secretary for the Garden State Alumni Chapter. As an active member of the Tri-State Region, she has served in various capacities from 2012 to 2016 including Chapter President for the Garden State Alumni Sorority, Orientation Leader, Assistant Orientation Leader, and Local Advisor to both the Xi and Psi Chapters at Rutgers and Rowan University. As National Recording Secretary, she maintains records, governing documents, and member certifications for the organization.
National Corresponding Secretary
Sean C. Walker
Eagle Brother Sean Walker was inducted into ANΩ in the Fall of 2010 at the Bold Beta Chapter. As an undergraduate member he served in different capacities such as Vice President, President, and Step Master. Upon graduation from Towson University he continued to serve on the alumni level as the Vice President for the DC Metro Fraternity Alumni Chapter, a member of the National Event Planning Committee, and a Team Lead for the National Revitalization effort. As National Corresponding Secretary, he develops internal communications for ANΩ.
Clarence E. Patterson
Eagle Brother Clarence E. Patterson was inducted into ANΩ April 10, 1994. He immediately stepped into leadership, being elected Parliamentary of the Awesome Alpha Chapter in May of 1994. Clarence served as the National Intercessor in September 1994 -1995; Chapter President of the Awesome Alpha Chapter September 1995-1996; National 2nd Vice President of Undergraduate Affairs January 1997-2000; Regional Director of Members Affairs of the Delmar Region 2001-2004; National Vice President of Fraternity Affairs 2004 -2008; and National President 2009-2012.. He currently serves as the Board of President Representative for the organization of the United Council of Christian Fraternities and Sororities, Inc. Clarence chartered Delta and Epsilon Fraternity and helped and provided administrative oversight to charter Zeta thru Omicron Chapter of the Fraternity. Clarence has received his Bachelors of Science in Economics from Morgan State University and his Master’s in Special Education from Wilmington University. As National Treasurer, he oversees the organization’s finances and financial growth.
National Director of Ministries
Mindy A. Butler
Dr. Mindy A. Butler became a member of Alpha Nu Omega, Inc. in 2005. She is a charter member of Pi Chapter. The first position she held was general advisor to Pi shortly after graduation. She was instrumental is establishing the NC Alumni Chapter serving as President, and Director of Ministries (DOM). Served as Regional Assistant of Ministries and Administration from 2008-2012. She is an ordained pastor, and received her PhD in Biblical Studies in 2013. Her bachelors is in Business Administration, with a Masters in Pastoral Counseling.
As National Director of Ministries, she oversees ANΩ’s spiritual development and ministry projects.
National Public Relations Manager
Traveya R. Brown
DS Traveya Brown was inducted into the sorority through the “Bold and the Beautiful” Beta Chapter of Towson University on April 12th 2014. She has served in various capacities, including chapter Public Relations Manager, Booking Manager and Parliamentarian during her undergraduate studies. Upon graduation, she became a general member of the Greater Baltimore Alumni Chapter of Alpha Nu Omega Sorority Inc. where she served on the social committee while also sitting on the Orientation Committee for undergraduate chapters. Dove Sister Traveya has a degree in Communication Studies with a concentration in Public Relations and Advertising and a minor in Mass Communication. In 2016, she worked for Under Armour Inc. as a project manager for the women’s division, and is currently a freelance public relations consultant seeking to help companies disseminate and communicate its mission, policies and goals all while maintaining a positive relationship with the public. As National Public Relations Manager, she develops external communications for ANΩ.
Zackery D. Rogers
Eagle Brother Zackery D. Rogers was inducted into ANΩ in March of 2012. He crossed into the Awesome Alpha Chapter as Eagle brother Voltron, #5 of the Men of Action line. Zackery has served in many capacities along the way. As an undergraduate member, he served as chapter Secretary and as an Orientation Committee Member. Zackery served as an Orientation Leader, Norfolk State Chapter Advisor, D.C Metro Chapter Secretary and as an Expansion Committee Member for Norfolk State University and North Carolina Central University. As National Historian, he researches, studies, and writes about the history of ANΩ.
Vice President of Fraternity Affairs
Vice President of Sorority Affairs
Vice President of Training and Development
Vice President of Expansion
Director of Ministries
Public Relations Manager
Council of Founders President
Founder Doral R. Pulley
Founding President Doral R. Pulley is the Presiding Prelate of the Church of the Everlasting Kingdom, a national network of local assemblies, ministries and businesses who manifest the Kingdom of God. Since 1994, he has worked at St. Frances Academy and is currently the Assistant Principal for Student Affairs. He is the author of 3 books: LIFE Model for Spiritual Direction, Redefining Relationships for the 21st Century and Love God. Love Yourself. Love Everyone Else. It's Just that Simple! In 1992, he graduated Magna Cum Laude from Morgan State University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Religious Studies from Morgan State University. In 1996, he graduated from Loyola University of Maryland with a Masters of Science degree in Pastoral Counseling. In 2010, he received his doctoral degree from Graduate Theological Seminary. He is certified by the National Board of Professional Counselors, licensed in the State of Maryland as a mental health professional and operates a small private practice. Dr. Pulley is known for presenting the Bible in a simple yet profound manner, and his weekly radio broadcast is gaining international attention. He is the proud father of twin daughters, Brittney and Courtney and one son, Doral II.
Council of Founders Vice President
Founder Tawanda Carter
One of Founder Tawanda Carter's greatest leadership accomplishments is being instrumental in the foundation of Alpha Nu Omega, Inc. While matriculating at Morgan State, Tawanda was one of twenty-eight students along with a God fearing professor, Shirley K. Russell to lay the groundwork to start Alpha Nu Omega, Inc. As a founding member of Alpha Nu Omega, Inc., she was taught many things in her early Christian walk. She has continued active membership with the organization for 25 years. She held many positions within the organization, including Baltimore/Washington Alumni Chapter officer, Advisor for Alpha Chapter, Treasurer with Council of Founders, and she now holds the position of Vice President within the Council of Founders. As a babe in Christ in 1986 while entering the university campus, she was eager to grow in God. She wanted to align herself with others who had things in common with what she had been seeking, which as a closer relationship with God and a stronger knowledge of him. Alpha Nu Omega not only fulfilled that need, it exceeded that need. She learned about God by attending weekly church services on campus, campus Bible studies and much more. Founder Carter is honored to be a member of Alpha Nu Omega, Inc., and she counts it a privilege to be a founder of this great organization.
Council of Founders Secretary
Founder J. Donald Edwards Jr.
Founder J. Donald Edwards Jr. served in the capacity of Founding Chaplain for Alpha Nu Omega for two years after the organization's birth in 1988. He has been an active participant within the growth of Alpha Nu Omega since that time. Founder Edwards currently serves as the Bishop and Senior Pastor of The Dream Center Church of Raleigh, NC. He assisted in the foundation of Alpha Nu Omega because of his strong desire to pursue true Christian brotherhood without compromise.
Council of Founders Treasurer
Founder Kevin Gavin
Founder Gavin has held many positions within the Fraternity, namely serving as the Founding Public Relations Manager (1988). He served as the Dean of the first official induction for the Fraternity (1989). Founder Gavin briefly served as the President of the Fraternity during 1990. Founder Gavin is an active member of the Council of Founders, having served as Chaplain for many years as well as currently serving as the Treasurer (2013). Founder Gavin is a deacon at Springfield Baptist Church in Washington DC, having served in this capacity for 20 years. He has also served as Youth Department Supervisor, Youth Bible Study Teacher, and as a member of the Young Adult Ministry. Founder Gavin also serves in music ministry as the music director for several choirs. Founder Gavin made the decision to assist in the foundation of ANΩ because his desire was to pursue righteousness through fellowship and accountability from men of God. His longing was to know more of God and be strengthened by being in association with like-minded brothers and sisters. He could identify with the purpose and the goal of Alpha Nu Omega.
Council of Founders Chaplain
Founder Rosina Hardtman
Founder Rosina Hardtman served as the Founding Treasurer for Alpha Nu Omega Sorority in 1988. Since that time, she has labored in a number of different capacities to assist in the development and growth of Alpha Nu Omega. Founder Hardtman came from an island, where she longed to be in a social environment of people who were just as excited about doing the work of God without having to jeopardize her beliefs. She was a student at Morgan State University in Visionary Founder Russell's math class. When she found out that Sister Russell was inviting students to participate in a Christian organization, she was more than interested as she shared her vision. Founder Hardtman even encouraged her house mate, Wilhelmina Jones, to come and help as well. When Sister Russell shared the vision given to her by God it inspired Founder Hardtman to continue in the work for our Lord and Savior.
Council of Founders
Alpha Nu Omega, Inc. has a Council of Founders who assist in the leadership of the organization. The Council of Founders works with the National Board to ensure the Vision of Alpha Nu Omega is being carried out.