2020 will be our year.
It is not only the year of the next presidential election; it is also the year of the next U.S. Census.
To help inform and inspire the work of black alumni groups, associations and networks, the 2020 Black Alumni Summit conference theme will be on motivating civic engagement, voter registration, census participation, and local political leadership.
For discounted rates at our selected hotel, the Doubletree Hotel in Tallahasee, please click here for the special Black Alumni Summit group rate.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tallahassee
101 South Adams Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32301-7774
Updated: December 6, 2019
Many thanks to the Leadership Working Group
(a group of committed volunteers from different schools), we are working to become a nonprofit organization, and we hope you will join the effort.
We invite 5-7 individuals to be on the nonprofit’s inaugural board (term is 2 years and renewable), and we especially invite individuals that have demonstrated:
1) Leadership or service with the black alumni association/group of a Partnering School;
2) Leadership in his/her professional field;
3) Participation across the Six Pillars of Impact;
4) Willingness to support fundraising, and
5) Being based in a major city for black alumni would be helpful (Atlanta, DC area, New York, etc.). Updated: November 20, 2019
Knowing our data is key to strengthening our influence on and service to black students and alumni as a collective of black alumni organizations.
As a Partner School, Auburn University has extended its resources, services, and expertise in data analysis and reporting toward this bench-marking effort. We appreciate the level of collaborative leadership from schools to participate, and we look forward to the benefits of using this information for a collective impact. All information submitted by individuals will remain confidential, and an Executive Summary will be provided to all that participate in the survey.
Please complete one submission per school.
Updated: November 21, 2019