Money Mommas The Podcast was started as an innovative approach to addressing Target 3: Building Your Economic Legacy. Our goal was to introduce our community to financial matters that have a profound effect on our everyday lives. Our first podcast series was on credit and credit repair. It covered things such as how to obtain your credit score, how to correct errors on your credit report and strategies for maintaining good credit. In the future we will cover topics such as strategies for eliminating debt, qualifying for loans, investments, and maximizing retirement assets.
Under Target 4: The Arts!, explore how a Xi Zeta Omega member experiences the arts as a visually impaired individual in this short video interview which features pieces from the Harlem Renaissance, the Black Arts Movement, and local Washington, DC area artists.
In observance of the International Day of Prayer, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated - Xi Zeta Omega Chapter hosts it 3rd annual (virtual) prayer breakfast
Xi Zeta Omega, in partnership with The Ivy Foundation, presents the Juneteenth Talent Showcase. This Youth Arts Contest virtual presentation is a salute to the Harlem Renaissance and the Black Arts Movement
Xi Zeta Omega discusses the role of women in policing with Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman, US Capitol Police (member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated) and Commander Morgan Kane, Commander of the First District for the Metropolitan Police Department.
Xi Zeta Omega presents tips on the importance of nutrition during the pandemic with registered dietitian nutritionist and chapter soror, Ellen M. Griffiths. She gives information needed to avoid getting personal with this virus.
Xi Zeta Omega has a candid discussion with Dr. Geoffrey Mount Varner, MD, MPH, Emergency Room Physician and Split Second Decisions Expert about the impact of the vaccine on African-Americans with heart disease.