Jamela Wintons is the 2022-2023 president of the Alpha Lambda Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated®. As leader of the first chapter chartered in Charlotte, N.C., Jamela oversees all chapter operations, philanthropy, and represents the chapter locally, regionally, and internationally.
She was initiated into the Gamma Xi Omega chapter (Charleston, SC) in 1990. She transferred into the Alpha Lambda Omega chapter in 2008. In 2013, she was Chairman of the Web Dev/Listserv Committee for the 66th Boule Hostess Chapters, and then appointed by the International President to serve on the International Technology Committee, representing the Mid-Atlantic region. Completing her term in 2018, she served, once again, on the Mid-Atlantic Region Technology Committee. In Alpha Lambda Omega, Jamela has served as, Vice President, Secretary, Corresponding Secretary and Ivy Leaf Reporter. She has the chaired Technology and Risk Management committees and has obtained Graduate Advisor and Basileus certifications.
20-year Wells Fargo team member, Jamela is a Vice President and Business Communications Manager in Wells Fargo Compliance. She is a graduate of Johnson C. Smith University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. She is a member of The Park Ministries where she sings on the Consecration Choir. She enjoys spending time with family, reading, writing, dancing and designing websites. She lives by the lyrics of a song performed by the great Mahalia Jackson, "If I Can Help Somebody." She feel the words of that song characterize her life as a Christian. She is married to James Wintons, Jr; and has two legacies, Jasmine Wintons and Jada Wintons. Jamela is the daughter of the late James Jr., and Vertelle M. Middleton, 12th South Atlantic Regional Director.