Black Alumni Association

 

Black Alumni Association

About the Black Alumni Association

During the summer of 2020, a group of graduates came together following their work with student government in seeking an equitable and inclusive institutional change. The purpose of the re-established Black Alumni Association at Drew University (BAA) is to communicate, liberate, and celebrate Black alumni, students, faculty, and the community-at-large through advocacy, mobilization, and empowerment of the Pan-African community at Drew University.

Goals of the BAA

Providing, support, networking opportunities, scholarship, mentorship, professional development, and resources are a few of the ways the BAA hopes to support the Black community at Drew University. The BAA encourages you to become a member, join a committee, and be actively engaged.

Events

The BAA has been working actively to develop a Black alumni speaker series. If you know of someone who would be good to include in the speaker series, please contact us at baa@drew.edu.

Coming up November 2 and 16, 2021:  BAA Mentorship Program Launch.

Regular Communications

We understand that not everyone can attend events and meetings, but still desire to stay in the loop concerning news, progress, highlights, and updates. Our email communications will feature important information concerning our goals and objectives, upcoming events, Black Alumni and Student spotlights, and much more! If you know someone who should be featured or would like to be featured, reach out to us at baa@drew.edu.