Brothers Kevin D. Judd, Esq. and Charles G. Byrd, Jr., Esq., both of the Washington (DC) Alumni Chapter, have been elected to prominent positions in the National Bar Association at the Association’s 86th Annual Convention & Exhibits at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, MD, July 31 – August 4, 2011. 2011. Brother Judd, a 1984 initiate of the Montclair State University Chapter, the Iota Epsilon, was elected National Vice President of the National Bar Association. Brother Byrd, a 2011 initiate of the Washington (DC) Alumni Chapter was elected to the National Bar Association’s Board of Directors.Read More»
Bobby Mills, Alexandria Fairfax (VA) Alumni Chapter, was selected for the Department of Defense (DoD) Senior Leadership Development Program (DSLDP). DSLDP is the premier two year training program for developing potential civilian Senior Executive Service members within DoD and a key element of the Department’s talent management succession strategy. Over 200 DoD civilians competed in the rigorous DSLDP selection process. Brother Mills was one of 39 who made the final selection and the only African American male. He was also elected as the class president by his fellow cohorts for the next two years. Brother Mills completed the first phase of training at the DoD Executive Management Training center which included a National Securities Foundations graduate school course where he received an A. He is currently attending Air War College in Montgomery, AL for 10 months as the second phase of training and will receive a Masters degree in Strategic Studies in May 2012. Brother Mills is the only African American civilian in his class of 242 members at the Air War College. He will also travel to Africa next year as part of his regional studies. He will graduate from the DSLDP in May 2013.
Photo caption: Bobby Mills selected for the Department of Defense Senior Leadership Development Program
The Silver Spring (MD) Alumni Chapter is proud to celebrate the achievements of Brother Raymond Metzger, initiated November 12, 2010. Brother Metzger graduated from Howard University 2009 with a Bachelors of Science degree in Health Science with a concentration in Pre-Physical Therapy. Brother Metzger has most recently been accepted into the Clinical doctorate program in Physical Therapy at Howard University.
The Chesapeake/Virginia Beach (VA) Alumni Chapter sends out its warm congratulations to our own Dr. Cleve W. Ewell III, who participated in the South Hampton Roads Pan-Hellenic Council’s 29th Annual Unsung Heroes Awards Banquet on Sunday, March 28, 2010 at the Murray Center in Norfolk, VA. Brother Ewell was presented with this prestigious award due to his commitment, dedication, and unswerving belief in service to the community and fraternity.
The Reverend Jarvis E. Bailey is passionate about the benefits of faith and the positive impact it can have on a person’s life, and proposes that devotional time with God is a key element in unlocking and energizing that faith. A Christian minister for 25 years, the author has served as an Army Chaplain, Senior Pastor, Church Planter, and a community, civic affairs leader and active member of Fredericksburg Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Rev. Bailey believes that “the quality of a person’s life depends on the quality of their relationship with God,” and he has committed his life to helping others achieve the highest quality of life possible.
A native of Virginia’s beautiful Eastern Shore, Reverend Bailey earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Virginia Tech, and a Master of Divinity degree from Duke University. He is happily married (for 23 years), and has three wonderful children. This year (2008), He and his wife established an endowment fund to “help others live their best life.” Reverend Bailey currently serves as a member of the School Board in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
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