Dr. Jeremy Owoh ’05, ’15

The Delta Sigma Lambda Graduate Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. will host its 111th Founders Day Celebration at 7:06 p.m. Monday, Dec. 4, at Barraque Street Missionary Baptist Church, 1800 W. Pullen St.

All graduate and undergraduate members are invited to attend. The event is open to the public. The theme is “Celebrating 111 Years of Leadership, Legacies, & Legends” and members will be remembering the seven founders of the fraternity.

The speaker will be Jeremy Owoh, Ph.D, assistant commissioner for educator effectiveness at the Arkansas Department of Education.

A native of Camden, Owoh received a Bachelor of Science degree in education at the University of Central Arkansas. Owoh obtained a master’s degree in secondary education, an Educational Specialist degree in school administration, and a Doctorate in Education Administration and Supervision from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, while also teaching writing courses at Pulaski Technical College and UALR, according to a news release.

Owoh has served as a classroom teacher, dean of students, assistant principal, middle/high school principal and assistant superintendent.

Owoh was initiated into the Theta Psi Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha in the fall of 1998. He is the Arkansas District Director of Alpha Phi Alpha and is a member of the Epsilon Alpha Lambda Chapter. He and his wife, Katrina, have a son, Jaxon.

 

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