On Wednesday, April 18, 2018 Council Member Dwight Boykins personally invited AAPOL and the National Pan-Hellenic Council of Houston to be special guest at the monthly City Hall Meeting. The two organizations were recognized on the floor by Mr. Boykins for the positive impact on the community, especially in the district he service, District D.
Council Member Dwight Boykins
Council Member Dwight Boykins (District D) is a member of the City of Houston Council. Mr. Boykins currently serves as Chair of the Ethics, Elections & Council Governance Committee and is a member of the following committees: Budget and Fiscal Affairs; BFA subcommittee on Debt Financing and Pensions; Regulation and Neighborhood Affairs Affairs; and Housing and Community Development. Council Member Boykins actively serves as an advocate for District D.
In his time on council, Council Member Boykins has forged new partnerships with the Texas Medical Center; University of Houston; Texas Southern University;
Houston Community College; and San Jacinto College.
Dwight is a native resident of District D and attended local public schools. He received his BBA in Marketing from the Jesse H. Jones School of Business at Texas Southern University.
Dwight has previously served on the Oversight Committee of Rebuild Houston and remains a huge advocate for the improvement of the city’s street infrastructure to address drainage and flooding in District D and across the city. He is a Senior Fellow American Leadership Forum (ALF) Class XXXV, and is currently a member of the Greater Houston Black Chamber of Commerce, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, a Life Member of the NAACP and a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.
National Pan-Hellenic Council of Houston
The National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. of Houston (NPHCH) chapter was chartered in 1958 in Houston, Texas. Since the chartering of this chapter, thirty-one Greek
chapters in the Houston, Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery and Brazoria counties have joined together to form a council of unity and respect.
AAPOL & National Pan-Hellenic Council of Houston Recognized at CITY Hall Meeting
Since June 2017, the NPHC of Houston has completed 10 service projects. We have raised $1,593 for Paul Quinn College “We Over Me Community Farm”, $900 for March of Dimes and $2,750 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Total money raised to date is $4,243.
The NPHCH’s signature service project is, “Breakfast with Santa”. This project is a collaborative event where all nine Black Greek Letter Organizations, Blue Triangle YMCA, Acres Homes Multi Service Center, 5th Ward Multi Service Center, Sweet Homes Missionary Baptist Church and SYSCO Foods feed area children and give them toys for Christmas that they may not receive on Christmas day.