Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority, Inc. has a purpose to promote ethical concepts in human relations; to study and understand current issues on all levels; to teach civic responsibilities and to develop members socially, culturally, and intellectually.
Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority, Inc. was incorporated in the state of Illinois on January 7, 1963. In 1962, a group of nine dynamic women met to form a democratic sisterhood. Since that time Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority, Incorporated has become a national organization consisting of more than forty chapters divided into three regions throughout the country, in the Northeast, Southeast, and Midwest. For the past forty-five years, the organization's focus has been education and community service.
Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority, Inc. provides opportunities for energetic women to develop and implement their talents and skills. Alpha Pi Chi National Sorority exhibits gifts of love, commitment, concerns, conviction, dedication and joyfulness through diversified programs and projects.
Standing from left to right: Pearline Wilson, Hazel Carr, Mildred Felton, Ruth Henderson. Seating from left to right: Mary Carpenter, Helen Harris, Julie Washington, Gertrude Thompson and Lillian Adams.