Notable Members


60% of all Black male Doctors are Alphas
70% of all Black male Lawyers are Alphas
65% of all Black male Dentists are Alphas
and 95% of all HBCU’s have been headed by an Alpha at least once.

Alpha Men are on the forefront of social change in America. Although we all pursue goals in diverse fields of interest, we share a common mission in uplifting the economic condition of all our people. It is simply not enough for an Alpha Man to obtain a college degree, still a larger task remains. An Alpha Man must provide sound leadership in his community, being committed to service. He is charged to lend a hand to his fellow man.


Martin Luther King Jr. : Civil Rights activist
Lester Granger : National Urban League
Frederick Douglass : Anti-Slavery activist
W.E.B. Dubois : Writer, historian, civil rights activist
Adam Clayton Powell Jr. : Civil Rights Activist
Thurgood Marshall : Civil rights activist, supreme court justice
Paul Robeson : Activist, scholar, singer, football player
Dick Gregory : Activist


Julius L. Chambers : Chancellor, North Carolina Central University
James Check : Howard University
Dr. Ronald J. Temple : Chancellor City Colleges of Chicago
Frederick Patterson : Founder, United Negro College Fund
William Gray : United Negro College Fund
Franklin Williams : Phelps-Stokes Fund


Roscoe Cartwright : General, United States Army
Samuel Gravely : Admiral, United States Navy
Edward Honor : Major General, United States Army
Rear Adm. Benjamin Hacker
Major General Edward Honor
Major General James McCall
Commander Winston Scott


Dr. Lessall D. Leffall : President American College of Surgeons
James Comer : Psychologist
Garrett Morgan : Inventor, Traffic Signal
Louis Sullivan : Secretary of Health and Education


Robert “Bobby” Scott : 1st Black Congressman since Reconstruction
Rudolph McCollum : Mayor of Richmond, VA
David Dinkins : Former mayor of New york
Willie Brown : Mayor of San Francisco
Ernest Finney : South Carolina Supreme Court Justice
Rev. Emmanuel Cleaver : Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri
Earnest “Dutch” Morial : 1st Black mayor of New Orleans
Marc Morial : Present Mayor of New Orleans
Maynard Jackson : Former Mayor of Atlanta
Andrew Young : Former Mayor of Atlanta
Kwame M. Kilpatrick : Mayor of Detroit
Marion Barry : Mayor of Washington, D.C.
Chaka Fattah : Pennsylvania Congressman


Henry Brown : VP Marketing Anheuser Bush
Thomas Burrell : CEO, Burrell Advertising
W. Melvin Brown : CEO, American Development Corporation
Eugene Jackson : CEO, World African Network
Charles James, III : CEO, James Produce
John H. Johnson : Publisher and Founder of Johnson Publications
Nathaniel Goldston : CEO & Founder, Gourmet Services, Inc,
Delano Lewis : President, National Public Radio (NPR)
Henry Parks : Founder, Parks Sausages, Inc.
Joshua Smith : CEO, Maxima Corporation


Duke Ellington : Jazz musician
Tony Brown : Journalist/Producer
Countee Cullen : Poet
Donny Hathaway : Musician
Eugene Jackson : National Black Network
Chuck Stone : Philadelphia Daily News
Keenan Ivory Wayans : Comedian, producer
Daryl Bell : Actor
Lionel Richie : Singer
Stuart Scott : Sportscenter Anchorman


Jesse Owens : Olympic gold medalist
Bobby Phills : Former Member of the Charlotte Hornets
Eddie Robinson : Winningest coach in college football history
Lenny Wilkens : Winningest coach in NBA history
Rosie Greer : NFL Player
Art Shell : NFL Former Player, and Coach
Todd Day : NBA Player
John “Hot Rod”; Williams : NBA Player
Wes Chandler : San Diego Chargers
Fritz Pollard : First Black Head Coach in NFL history
Gene Upshaw : President of NFL Players Association
Reggie Williams : Cincinatti Bengals
Quinn Buckner : Former NBA Player and Coach
Wes Unseld : Former NBA Player and Coach
Mike Powell : World Record Track Star