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 March 29, 2021:  A Financial Wellness Panel Discussion. 

The recording from the February program on “Black Activism: The Church, Education, and The Arts” is available here.

Monthly Newsletter

Meet the Black Alumni Association (BAA) Leadership Team