Presentation on theme: "Elected Officers 2014-16 President – Anthony H. Brown Vice President – Heather Beasley Recording Secretary – Lester Holmes Corresponding Secretary."— Presentation transcript:
Elected Officers 2014-16 President – Anthony H. Brown Vice President – Heather Beasley Recording Secretary – Lester Holmes Corresponding Secretary – Kimberly Springer Financial Secretary – Dr. Roderick Adams, Jr. Treasurer – Johnny Tubbs Immediate Past President – Carolyn Grimes
Appointments 2014-16 Parliamentarian – Mark Anderson Chaplain – Louis Brownlowe Sergeant-at-Arms – Burlin Thompson Education/College Fair – Lester Holmes Finance – Treasurer/Financial Secretary Fundraising – Open Membership – Open Nomination & Elections – Open
Appointments 2014-16 Publicity – Open Social Programs – Open Sunshine – Open Community Service – Danielle Rudolph Constitution/Bylaws – Open Health Initiatives – Open Mentorship – Kimberly Springer Scholarship – Tosha Hudson/Jonathan Tyees Young Alumni Council – Heather Beasley
Goals & Objectives Purpose #1: Provide student recruitment for member institutions Goal #1: Engage prospective students to consider HBCUs. Objectives: Participate in a variety of College Fairs (area schools, churches, libraries, etc.) and assist students with the admissions process. Host at least one major HBCU Fair per calendar year.
College Readiness Fair - Co-Sponsor September 20, 2013 Youth Career Olympics - March 27, 2014 CMSD/CTAG – September 18, 2013
Goals & Objectives Purpose #2: Promote the advocacy and awareness of HBCUs in our community Goal #2: Raise the awareness of HBCUs and the sustainability of the Council’s presence in the community. Objectives: Develop activities and programs that will allow the Council to promote the progress of the respective HBCUs and the Council. Actively recruit/retain alumni and supporters to become active members of the Council.
Membership continues to grow. 2011–12 20 members 2012–13 60 members 2013–14 85 members Renew Membership by October 31 st
Goals & Objectives Purpose #3: Support the alumni development of the local chapter, and regional/national affiliates. Goal #3: Support alumni development Objectives: Develop ongoing opportunities for networking, development and continued growth of the organization and the affiliate chapters.
Goals & Objectives Purpose #4: Support the fundraising efforts of the Council, and to the extent of the Council, financially assist the local HBCU alumni chapter, and other meaningful organizations that support the advancement of minority higher education. Goal #4: Support alumni and institutional fundraising Objectives: To support the HBCU local alumni chapter fundraising endeavors. Develop programs to establish and maintain the Council’s scholarship and educational endeavors. To make contributions to UNCF, Thurgood Marshall College Fund, and other similar organizations that support the advancement of minority higher education.
Howard – Bowling Party August 9, 2013 Howard – Wade Oval Wednesday August 21, 2013 Alcorn – Soaring Eagles Casino October 13-14, 2013 Howard – Bowling Party October 18, 2013 Tuskegee – Choir Concert March 8, 2014 Miles – Scholarship Dinner/Dance March 15, 2014 Kentucky State – Choir Concert March 16, 2014 Spelman – Forever Blue: An Afternoon of Jazz May 3, 2014 Central State & Kentucky State – Spring Fling Affair Dance May 9, 2014 UNCF/McDonald’s Charity Gold Open June 2, 2014 Central State – Annual Scholarship Jazz Brunch August 16, 2014