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About
Brentwood
Alumni
Chapter

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Bro. Charles Bass, Polemarch

Brentwood Alumni Chapter

The Brentwood Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. was established in 2010 with the sole purpose to unite the Brentwood area alumni brothers and help develop Brentwood as a community. Brentwood is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Nashville TN and it has been acknowledged as an area where many wealthy African Americans live. The establishment of this chapter marked a transition into Second Century Kappa's strategy to become the second-largest chapter in Middle Tennessee.

Brentwood Alumni Chapter members have achieved success in their chosen careers and diversity of professions. The chapter has also attracted many undergraduate members because of its professional achievements, which consist mainly of legal, medical, financial, educational, and entrepreneurial positions.

The objectives of the Brentwood Alumni Chapter are as follows: 

  • To indoctrinate and instruct brothers about the Brotherhood, Reclamation, Community Service, History, and Protocol.

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  • To unite in fraternal bond college men of culture, vision and honor who possess a high degree of commitment to serving mankind.

  • To encourage through fraternal brotherhood honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor.

  • To provide support for the chapter’s Guide Right program with mentorship, leadership, scholarships, and other needs to ensure students are successful.

  • To provide community service at local schools, youth centers, low-income residents, and seniors that are in need. 

  • To promote the social, intellectual, and moral welfare of brothers and service in the public interest. 

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