Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Ex-staffer says AKA chief fired her unfairly

The AKA story continues:
Kenitra Shackelford-Johnson, 37, said she lost her job as meetings director at Alpha Kappa Alpha’s Chicago headquarters in June for refusing to sign off on President Barbara A. McKinzie’s expenditures. For that, she said, McKinzie berated her and threw papers at her.

“I had an obligation to the company,” Shackelford-Johnson said. She said she e-mailed a complaint to the state attorney general’s office June 17 and was fired within a week.

On Tuesday, the sorority denied any wrongdoing and said the employee resigned.
The Chicago way not only infect a sorority, but also causes a person to have a tantrum. What is up?

Previously: AKA president sued by fellow sorors

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