Corridor I Council:

Corridor I Representative

Bro. Dwayne Adams

1st Vice Corridor I Representative

Bro. Anjuan Collins

2nd Vice Corridor I Representative

Bro. Azagio Herd

Corridor I Keeper of Records and Seal

Bro. Michael Parham

Corridor I Keeper of Finance

Bro. Brian Wilson

          Corridor I Information Technology

          Bro. Stacey Herring

           Corridor I Chaplain

           Dr. Ronald Williams, Jr.

Corridor I Photographer

Dr. Lamonte Tyler

Chapters in Corridor I

Alpha Deta Gamma

McDaniel College - MD

 

Alpha Lambda Lambda

Frederick and Western MD

Chi Delta

College Park, MD

Delta Beta

Coppin State University - MD

Epsilon Sigma

Bowie State University - MD

Iota Epsilon

Towson University - MD

Gamma Pi

Capital Heights, MD

 

Iota Mu Mu

Navel Academy - MD

 

Iota Nu

Aberdeen Proving Grnds - MD

Lambda Gamma Gamma

Clinton, MD

Mu Nu

Silver Spring, MD

Mu Rho

Annapolis - MD

 

Pi Omega

Baltimore, MD

Tau Lambda Lambda

Waldorf, MD

Tau Pi

Columbia, MD

 

Theta Mu Mu

Baltimore County, MD

Covid-19 Food Relief and Community Service (Elkton, MD)

Iota Nu & Alpha Delta Gamma Chapters host the Second District Food Bank Donations.

 

 

Graduate Chapter of the Month: Tau Pi Chapter (Columbia, MD)

Notable Impact: Tau Pi Chapter donated $1,000 to the Bright Minds Foundation and Howard County Public Schools to assist with providing key essential items to African American students in grades K-8.

Members of Tau Pi Chapter, led by Milton Darby, Basileus have greatly impacted Howard County and its community. Tau Pi has donated $1,000 to the Bright Minds Foundation and Howard County Public Schools to assist with providing Chromebooks to African American students in grades K-8. These items are critical to a successful school year as the Howard County Public Schools will be 100% virtual this semester. Additionally, Tau Pi have volunteered at St. John Baptist Church mobile food pantry to feet those of the community in need. Tau Pi is living up to the calling of Omega!

 

 

Brother of the Month: Brother Cameron “Cam” Kinley, Iota Mu Mu Chapter (Laurel, MD)

Notable Impact:  Leading from the front in all walks of life – in the community, in school, and on the football field. Brother Kinley’s life is worthy of emulation.

Brother Kinley is a member of the Iota Mu Mu Chapter, Home of the Naval Academy Ques. Leading on the field. He was recently name the Navy Football Team Captain. Navy football is coming off a 11-2 record setting season and top 25 in the nation final ranking. Cam’s not only looked at as a leader on his team but across the national college football landscape. He has been nominated for two national awards; the Danny Wuerffel Trophy, recognizes the college football player who best combines exemplary community service with athletic and academic achievement; and the William V. Campbell Trophy, given to the American college football player with the best combination of academics, community service, and on-field performance. Leading in school. Cam was elected as the US Naval Academy Class of 2021 Class President. This selection is a very prestigious position to hold. He is leading on the field and in school, while maintaining over a 3.0 gpa. Leading in the community. Cam never stops community service, such as tutoring, feeding the homeless, and mentoring to uplift the community service in and around the Annapolis area and back home in Tennessee. Brother Kinley received the 2nd District and National Dr. Herman S. Dreer Leadership Award for Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated. Brother Cameron Kinley is leading from the front in all walks of life and is truly worthy of emulation.

National Kidney Foundation Kidney Walk

Brothers of Corridor I,

I’m pleased to announce that once again the 2nd District  will be supporting the National Kidney Foundation’s Kidney Walk. This year has thwarted plans for all of us including the NKF, but just like us the Foundation is resilient and determined to support the kidney community nationwide.

 

While we all look forward to gathering again in person, the Kidney Walk has become a virtual movement this Fall with Kidney Walk LaceUp.

 

By October 16th, please identify a Team Captain within your chapter and have them register their team for their upcoming Kidney Walk. The list of upcoming virtual events happening in the 2nd District is below. While the dates may seem as though they are coming up quickly, please note they only indicate when that walk will be hosting an opening ceremony online to bring the community together. Fundraising and engagement in the virtual walks will happen through the end of the year.

Additional information on how to register