Cheryl Roberts is an alumna of Beta Chapter and serves as both secretary and treasurer for the Omega Phi Alpha Foundation. Cheryl pledged Beta Chapter in 1972 and served as the chapter’s pledgemaster and president during her collegiate years. After attending her first National Convention in 1973, she took on the role of national publications director and served from 1974–76. Following that, Cheryl served as National President from 1976–79.
Cheryl holds a BSN from the University of Bridgeport and a master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from New England College. She currently teaches nursing at the University of Maine’s Fort Kent campus. Prior to becoming an educator, she worked at Mayo Regional Hospital in Dover-Foxcroft, ME, and as an intensive care nurse in Connecticut.
Cheryl is married and has two adult children.
“Having a Foundation has been discussed for many years. We came to recognize the value of a Foundation through the vision of our sister, Pam McEwen. Tax-deductible contributions can now be made to support the mission and values of Omega Phi Alpha and we can assure the continuation of the strong legacy of our Organization.”