National Leadership

Soror Tameeka Donald

National President
WTR ’15, SC Gamma
president@militarysorority.com

Tameeka Donald is a 21 year Army veteran from Columbia, SC. She graduated from Webster's University with a dual Masters of Arts in Management & Leadership/ Human Resource Management. Her undergraduate degree is from Columbia College, Bachelors of Science in Psychology, with a minor in Human Services. Tameeka joined Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority, Inc. because she desired to be a part of a sisterhood that would align with her goals; support her desire to give back to the community; and allow her to continue to serving with other veterans. Tameeka crossed Winter ‘15 and remains extremely passionate and devoted to the vision of the Sorority. She desires to continue serving within our Sorority to propel our beloved organization upward and forward. Tameeka is retired and currently lives in Columbia, SC with her family.

Soror Lenore Jackson

National Vice President
FA ’14, SC Beta
vice.president@militarysorority.com

Lenore M. Jackson is a native of the Bronx New York. She joined the United States Air Force in 1986; she left for basic training shortly after high school in 1989. Over her 22 years of service, she was stationed in 10 different countries and was happy to raise her three daughters in this great military tradition. Upon retirement, Lenore kept the military a part of her life and now serves as a Civil Service Employee with the Department of the Army as the Records Administrator for US Army Central at Shaw Air Force Base in Sumter South Carolina. Lenore earned an Associate’s Degree in Workgroup Administration, a Bachelor of Science in Theology, and a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management and finally a Master’s Degree in Christian Family Counseling. Lenore won the battle of her life with breast cancer for the second time placing her faith and trust in God. Her greatest accomplishments are her four children: daughters Anika, 26; Dija, 23; Kai, 20; step-son, Isaiah, 17, and grandson.

Soror Tonya Ewers

National Secretary
SPR ’14, NC Delta
secretary@militarysorority.com

Originally from Fayetteville, NC, Soror Ewers is a former 82nd ABN Division paratrooper with seven years of service. She is married and has four biological children and two stepsons. Tonya worked for the US Postal service for five years and currently has a Federal Government position where she has worked since 2003. Her professional career includes positions at the Pentagon, a White House Initiative on Tribal Colleges and Universities, and the Army Logistics University. She holds both a Bachelors of Science in Business Management (2009) and Masters in Management (2010); Tonya is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Management in Organizational Leadership Degree. She loves KEΨ with all that you can love an organization. Ups, downs, good, and bad, she has met the world’s most extraordinary women within this tiny organization. We fuss, we talk about each other (but no one else better say a word), but most of all, we love each other unconditionally. She loves the journey she has had thus far, and she looks forward to much more, even better years to come!

Soror Mary Reede

National Treasurer
SMR ’14, GA Zeta
treasurer@militarysorority.com

Mary Reede is a Pensacola, FL native and is a Retired Army Veteran. She served eight years in the Army and completed her military career in 1999 with the Army National Guard. Mary was worked in both Resource Management and Travel and Commercial Accounts. From August 1995, she worked at the Army Audit Agency until her retirement as an Audit Manager, in December 2016. Mary holds a Bachelor of Arts with concentration in Accounting and a Masters in Public Administration, to include Non-profit Management. She currently resides in Phenix City, Alabama with her husband, Soney “St. Claire” Reede, a member of Kappa Lambda Chi Military Fraternity, Incorporated.

Soror Nicole Mitchell

National Chief Information Officer
WTR ’15, NL Alpha Epsilon
webmaster@militarysorority.com

Nicole Mitchell is a native of Toledo, Ohio and is a Retired Army Veteran. She served as a 42A Human Resources Specialist, 36B Financial Management Technician, and a 25B Information Technology Specialist while stationed at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Nicole graduated in 2007 from Indiana University with a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Journalism. She joined KEΨ because she was in search of a genuine sisterhood; additionally, she wanted to help make a difference within her community. Nicole currently lives in Metro Detroit with her daughter, whom she affectionately calls H.R.H. (Her Royal Highness).

Soror Marilyn Norris

National Membership Coordinator
WTR ‘14, GA Beta
membership@militarysorority.com

Marilyn Norris is a native of Thomson, Georgia and is an Army Veteran of 13 years. She served as a 71L Personnel Administrative Specialist and 25R Visual Information Equipment Operator. Marilyn graduated in 2014 from Columbia Southern University with a B.S. in Criminal Justice and in 2016 with a M.P.A in Public Administration. She joined KEΨ because of her desire to continue her love for the Military; she also wanted to continue her community service efforts and philanthropy while continuing to fellowship with women from all different backgrounds. Marilyn currently lives in Augusta, Georgia.

Soror Vanessa L. Foulks

National Chaplain
FA ’15, GA Sigma
chaplain@militarysorority.com

Soror Vanessa L. Foulks is a native of Queens, New York. She is a Veteran of the United States Army where she served 14-years as a 68G, Patient Administration Specialist. Soror Foulks obtained her BS in Healthcare Administration and is currently working on her MA in Christian Ministry. She is married to the Reverend Brian Foulks and together they have 5 children; 4 boys and 1 girl. Soror Foulks joined Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority, Inc. because of the strong community service initiatives of Honor, Unite, and Mentor within the military community. The idea of an organization of women with the common interest of charitable and social purpose is what she greatly desired in a sisterhood. This is exactly what she found within KEΨ.

Soror Tierra Thomas

National Historian
WTR ’15, GA Kappa
historian@militarysorority.com

Tierra Thomas is a 6.5 year Army veteran from Saginaw, Michigan. She graduated from Saint Leo University in 2001 with Bachelors in Applied Science in Sociology. She has been living in the Atlanta, Georgia area for a little over 21 years and has one adult son. Tierra joined Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority, Inc. during the Winter of 2015 after learning about this organization and seeing some great things that were happening. It is her desire to develop a strong sisterhood with those that recognize the values, belief, and vision on which this organization was established. Her intentions are to continue to support and be an active contributor to the success of KEΨ.

Soror Tammy Leverette

National Sergeant at Arms
WTR '15, GA Kappa
sgtatarms@militarysorority.com

Tammy Leverette is a 10 year Army Veteran; her military service and experience as a police officer led her to realize her passion is to be of service to others. It was only natural that when a co-worker introduced her to Kappa Epsilon Psi, she knew she would be interested. In 2015, she entered the Pearl Process with seven amazing women and became a Soror of Kappa Epsilon Psi Military Sorority, Inc. She has served as Sergeant At Arms, a Big Sister and Vice President of the Atlanta Gamma Chapter. Tammy's favorite things include photography, racquetball, sightseeing, laughing, and tasting new foods and wines. She says, "For me, life is an adventure with many opportunities to explore and learn." Tammy currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her family.