Georgia State Representatives

Below is a listing of the brothers who have served as State Representatives for the Georgia State Organization.  Click a name to view that Representative’s notable accomplishments.

1963-1964 ROBERT (BOB) CHURCH (OMEGA CHAPTER) FORT VALLEY, LAMBDA PHI

STATE OF GEORGIA ADMINISTRATIVE HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Was appointed by the office of the 7th District Representative as the first Georgia State Representative.
  • Implemented and adopted the Mardi Gras as a Chapter Scholarship fundraiser
  • Appointed the first State of Georgia Regional Representatives.
  • Instrumental in the Chartering of numerous Graduate and Undergraduate Chapters.
  • Implemented the first Scholarship Sweetheart Ball fundraiser Conducted Chapter Initiations and Investigations .

DISTRICT / INTERNATIONAL IMPACT:

  • Created and hosted the first 7th District Meeting. The meeting was held in Fort Valley, Georgia. The district at that time consisted of Alabama, Florida and Georgia.
1964-1975 ARTHUR OWENS, SR. (OMEGA CHAPTER) ATLANTA, ETA OMEGA

“As the 2nd Georgia State Representative, this administration was instrumental in the initial growth and development of the Georgia State Organization, its chapters and members”

During this administration, Georgia chartered 5 undergraduate chapters and 1
graduate chapter consisting of the following:

Zeta Theta – Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA: Chartered 8/29/1969

Gamma Beta – Paine College, Augusta, GA: Chartered 11/8/1971

Nu Delta – Columbus State College, Columbus, GA: Chartered 6/12/1972

Beta Zeta – University of Georgia, Athens, GA: Chartered 4/11/1973

Gamma Zeta – Mercer University, Macon, GA: Chartered 5/2/1973

Alpha Xi – LaGrange GA: Chartered 11/15/1975

OTHER ACCOMPLISMENTS

Initiated the first Drive-In State meetings that were held in Augusta GA 1974 & Atlanta GA 1975

DISTRICT IMPACT:

GA Representative to the 7th District Council

1975-1980 LESTER B. JOHNSON, SR. SAVANNAH, MU PHI

1980-1982 DAVID L. BROWN, SR. ATLANTA, ETA OMEGA

1982-1985 SAMUEL D. JOLLEY, JR. MACON, LAMBDA PHI

1985-1987 ALONZA BENNETT DECATUR, KAPPA ALPHA ALPHA

1987-1990 WILLIAM (BUCK) CROSBY BRUNSWICK, LAMBDA TAU

Accomplishments/ highlights go here

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1990-1992 JOSEPH GOSHA (OMEGA CHAPTER) COLUMBUS, LAMBDA IOTA

1992-1995 ELIJAH K. HILL W. ROBINS, OMEGA GAMMA GAMMA

Accomplishments/ highlights go here

  • Accomplishment 1
  • Accomplishment 2
  • Accomplishment 3

 

1995-1998 ROBERT H. CARTER DECATUR, KAPPA ALPHA ALPHA

1998-2001 MARION B. WILLIAMS MARIETTA, CHI GAMMA GAMMA

2001-2004 RONALD TAYLOR MACON, LAMBDA PHI

2004-2007 WILBUR B. CARVER ALBANY, ETA OMICRON
2007-2010 JAMES CISTRUNK DECATUR, KAPPA ALPHA ALPHA

2010-2013 KENNETH DEMONS PEACHTREE CITY, THETA LAMBDA LAMBDA

2013 - 2016 CRAIG JACKSON MACON, LAMBDA PHI

2016 - Present MARVIN BROADWATER COLUMBUS, LAMBDA IOTA

  • Established new modern GA State website
  • Revived the “The Small Graduate Chapter of the Year Program” after a 10 years hiatus allowing smaller Chapters the opportunity for recognition
  • Created the ‘Continuity Book” for Undergraduate Chapters (One stop pdf, containing all pertinent information for Chapter operations, by laws, MSP, chapter reporting, scholarship applications and a plethora of items for the betterment of Chapters)
  • Researched and Executed the GA Life Member Program
  • Created and established specialized Leadership Training for Chapter Officers held in November and December, concentrating on duties and responsibilities
  • Managed the largest two State meetings in 7th District history (2017, 364 registered) (2018, 420 registered)
  • Established Partnership with the GA Department of Public Health (Fatherhood Program)
  • Established Partnership with GA Department of Department of Human Services (Fatherhood Program), bringing assistance with job training, job placement, GED training and the waiving of driver license suspensions to African-Americans non-custodial fathers
  • Established the Youth Leadership Conference for the annual State Meeting
  • Formed Partnership with G3 Robotics to bring awareness and identify STEM Disciplines to Middle School and High School students (First State to do so in the District)
  • Introduced the a reading program for K-3rd grade students in the State of GA (thusly, curbing the school to prison pipeline)
  • Introduced an annual career fair for Undergraduates during the annual State Meeting
  • Partnered with Former Vice President Al Gore’s Reality Climate Project to catalyze a global solution to the climate crisis by making urgent action a necessity across every level of society
  • Planned, Organized and Executed strategy to delivered the GA State Omega Psi Phi Fraternity license plate
  • Lobbied the GA State General Assembly and Governor’s office for the passage of HB 736, enabling the State Organization to receive funds for Scholarship forever to date MAR 2019 (over $55,000 and counting)
  • Created lapel pins; tags, Omega Day at the Capitol, Military Veterans and Educators
  • Sought goal of $100,000 in corporate funds, grants and in kind-donations for State Organization