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Our Chapter

 Chartered November 23, 1946.


 Charter Members:

Leo Jenkins

Oscar J. Edwards

Chester Williams

James E. Hart

Leonard Walker

Frank Jones

Louis Blake

Leandus Blackus


The Miami Alumni Chapter seeks to provide a positive atmosphere by which our members can achieve in their respective fields and hold high the true ideals of Kappa. The Miami Alumni Chapter is deeply committed to our youth and continues to encourage education and higher learning through scholarship and tutorial programs. The Miami Alumni Chapter will continue to work with other organizations to better the economic and social conditions of African-Americans in the Greater Miami area. Simply put, it is the mission of this Chapter to be a vanguard in paving the way for African-Americans to achieve while humbly being of service to our God, our Community, and our Fraternity.















Fraternity Contributions

Host, 58th Grand Conclave: August 5-9, 1973  
Host, Southern Province Council Meeting: :1953, 1970, 1989, 2005,
Host, 5th Annual National Founders' Day:  Jan. 5-10, 2010

Notable Members


Thomas L. Battles, Jr.: 33rd Grand Polemarch & 6th Southern Province Polemarch

Rodney Adkins: 73rd Laurel Wreath Laureate 

Carnell White: Long-time Past Member, Southern Province Board of Directors

Oscar Braynon II: Florida State Senator (District 33)

Hon. Rodney Smith: 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida

Dorrin Rolle: Former Miami - Dade County Commissioner

Johnny Jones: First Black Superintendent of Dade County Public Schools  (3rd largest public school system in the U.S.)

The Honorable Robert Ingram: Mayor and former police chief of the city of Opa-Locka, FL

Arthur Teele, Esq.: Former Director of the U.S. Urban Mass Transit Authority; former President of the National Business League & runner-up for the Mayoral ship of the City of Miami.

Frank "Flap" Jones: Miami Alumni charter member and 12-year Southern Province Board Member

George Knox: The first black Miami City Attorney

Dewey Knight, Jr.:The first black Interim and Assistant Dade County Manager

H.T. Smith, Esq.: The first black Assistant Dade County Attorney; Founding President of the Dade County Black Lawyers Association.

Richard Williams, Jr.: Former member, Grand Board of Directors

Dwayne Wynn: Founding President of the nationally acclaimed Black Professional Network of South Florida.

Ronald Frazier: Past President of the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce

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