GMO History Makers
Gamma Mu Omega members have contributed greatly to the Daytona Beach area. We are
extremely proud of the service our members have performed individually and as a part of
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Several of those members – past and present – have
been honored with buildings in their name.
Dr. Evelyn Stocking Crosslin
Halifax Crosslin Health Center
Dr. Evelyn Stocking Crosslin* provided medical services in Volusia County for
almost a half-century, especially to the poor. Dr. Crosslin was a Daytona Beach native and a
graduate of Bethune-Cookman College and Meharry Medical College. She was active in a number
of civic and professional causes, and mentored the careers of many individuals during her 47 years
on the staff of Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach. In 1994, Halifax Medical Center opened
the Halifax Crosslin Health Center. The building now houses the Sickle Cell Disease Association of
Volusia County. She was posthumously inducted into the Florida Women’s Hall of Fame in 1995.
Dr. Ann Taylor Green
Dr. Ann Taylor Green General Studies Building at Bethune-Cookman University
Dr. Ann Taylor Green retired as provost and vice president for academic affairs and dean of the
faculty at Bethune-Cookman College in 2006. Dr. Green is a former GMO chapter president.
Turie T. Small
Turie T. Small Elementary
Turie T. Small* was a respected Daytona Beach educator. Small served as principal of South Street Elementary for several years. The school was later renamed Turie T. Small Elementary in her honor.