~ Famous Omega Men
Bro. William H. Cosby, Ed.D. - Comedian, author, actor, producer.
Bro. Carter G. Woodson - The earliest and most outspoken proponent for the study of Black History.
Bro. Charles R. Drew - Perfected the use of blood plasma; Professor of Surgery at Howard University.
Bro. Guion S. Bluford, Jr. was the first African-American in Space. He boarded the Space
Shuttle "Challenger" in 1983 and performed the first "space-lab mission" on the Orbiter Challenge
Bro. Langston Hughes - The Black Poet Laureate, excelled as a poet, playwright, novelist, lyricist, and humorist.
Bro. L. Douglas Wilder - State Governor - Bro. Douglas Wilder became the Governor of Virginia in 1990. He also received the Bronze Star for his military heroics in the Korean War.
Bro. Rev. Jesse Jackson - Former Director of Operation PUSH; Founder, Rainbow Coalition. Candidate for the United States Presidency in 1984 and 1988
Bro. Michael Jordan - Considered by many the best basketball player ever. Awarded
Sports century Athlete of the Century. Congratulations!!
Bro. Dr. Percy Julian - Discovered the use of foam to extinguish fires and discovered a method of producing cortisone synthetically.
Bro. Ronald E. McNair - Astronaut, graduate of M.I.T., Ph.D. in Physics (civilian).
Bro. Roland Hayes - Internationally known tenor of the 1920s. Hayes sang in five different languages.
Bro. Earl Graves - Publisher of Black Enterprise magazine.
Bro. Vernon Jordan - Former Executive Director of the National Urban League and close friend of President Bill Clinton.
Bro. William "Count" Basie - Internationally known pianist, composer, arranger, and band leader.
Bro. Sterling Brown - Teacher, poet, writer, Professor Emeritus of Literature at Howard University, has a special foundation for folk culture and jazz music.
Bro. Carl Rowan - Syndicated columnist.
Bro. Joe Torry - Comedian, actor.
Bro. William DeHart Hubbart - A University of Michigan sprinter; was the first African American to win a gold medal in an individual competition in the Olympic Games (1924 Paris Summer games).
Bro. Ed "Too Tall" Jones - Outstanding player with the Dallas Cowboys
Bro. Joe Black - An all-time great Brooklyn Dodger baseball pitcher. In 1952, he had the lowest earned-run average in the Major Leagues.
Bro. Charlie Ward - Heisman
Trophy winner and NY Knicks guard.
Bro. Steve "Air" McNair - Outstanding quarterback with the Tennessee Titans.
Bro. Shaquille O'Neal - Star center
in the NBA.
Bro. Jerry Ball - Player with the Oakland Raiders.
Bro. Cedric Maxwell - Outstanding professional basketball player with the Boston Celtics and other teams.
Bro. Leroy Walker - A U.S. Olympic coach (sprinters) for many years.
Bro. John Salley - Won NBA Championships with the Detroit Pistons and the Chicago Bulls.
Bro. Keith Jackson - Outstanding football player with the Miami Dolphins.
Bro. Mark Duper - Another fantastic Miami Dolphins player.
Bro. William Floyd - Fullback for the Charlotte Panthers
Bro. Earl "The Pearl" Monroe - Former Outstanding NBA Guard
Bro. Errict Rhett - Strong, trash talking running back with the Baltimore Ravens.
Bro. Gillard S. Glover - President, Afro-American Life Insurance Company.
Bro. Thurman McKenzie - Co-owner of M and M Products (Sta Soft Fro).
Bro. Otis M. Smith - General Counsel, General Motors Corporation.
Bro. Nathaniel Bronner - Co-owner of Bronner Brothers Beauty Supplies.
Bro. Jesse Hill - President of Atlanta Life Insurance Company.
Bro. William Kennedy III - President of North Carolina Mutual Insurance Company.
Bro. Grant Reynolds - Played a major role in President Truman's 1948 decision to desegregate the United States Armed Forces.
Bro. James Nabrit - Former Dean of Howard University Law School and former president of Howard University. A leader in the training of the early Civil Rights lawyers.
Bro. Wiley Branton - Attorney of the "Little Rock Nine" and former Dean of Howard University School of Law.
Bro. Roy Wilkins - Long-time Executive Director of the NAACP.
Bro. Benjamin Hooks - Succeeded Bro. Roy Wilkins as Executive Director of the NAACP, the most effective of all civil rights organizations.
Bro. Benjamin E. Mays - President Emeritus of Morehouse College, writer and lecturer.
Bro. Herman Dreer - Teacher, minister, writer, and author of The History of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., 1911-1961.
Bro. Lawrence Douglas Wilder - Became Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia in 1990. He also received the Bronze Star for his military heroics in the Korean War.
Bro. William Hastie - First Governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Bro. George L.P. Weaver - Former U.S. Secretary of Labor.
Bro. Vernon Jordan
Bro. Robert C. Weaver - First African American to serve on the Presidential Cabinet when he became Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in 1966 under President Franklin Roosevelt.
Bro. Clifford L. Alexander, Jr. - Secretary, Department of the Army.
Bro. Rev. Jesse Jackson - Candidate for the United States Presidency in 1984 and 1988.
Bro. Dr. Ernest Everett Just - Internationally known biologist and professor at Howard University.
Bro. Dr. Charles Drew - Perfected the use of blood plasma; Professor of Surgery at Howard University.
Bro. Percy Julian - Discovered the use of foam to extinguish fires and discovered a method of producing cortisone synthetically.
Bro. Dr. Fred Drew Gregory - Astronaut, graduate of the United States Air Force Academy (pilot).
Bro. Charles Bolden - Astronaut, graduate of the United States Naval Academy (pilot).
Bro. Dr. Ronald E. McNair - Astronaut, graduate of M.I.T., Ph.D. in Physics (civilian).
Bro. Lt. Colonel Guion Bluford - First African-American in Space. He boarded the Space Shuttle "Challenger" in 1983 and performed the first "space-lab mission" on the Orbiter Challenger.