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AHANA Alumni Advisory Council

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Front row (left to right): Fr. James Hairston, Veronica Chappelle-McNair, Eva Boyce, Tanji Marshall, Darcel Clark, Father William P. Leahy, Juan Concepcion, Dawn McNair, Tamika Barnes, Gail Hunter-Ellis, Arnie Sookram. Back row (left to right): Jose Lopez, Arivee Vargas Rozier-Byrd, Bob Marshall, Dan Bunch, Gerry Lake, Tamy-Fee Meneide, Wynndell Bishop, Kendall Reid, Donald Garnett, J.R. Clark, Yasmin Nunez. Council Members not pictured: Susan Choy, Florence Mitchell-Brown, LaShawn Norton, Micaela Salinas, Ricardo Salinas, 

The AHANA Alumni Advisory Council was founded to promote the involvement of AHANA (African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Asian-American, and Native American) alumni in all aspects of the University. The council is dedicated to creating better communication, new programming, increased financial support, and student mentorship and professional development opportunities. More information.

AHANA Alumni Advisory Council Updates

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Archbishop Romero Scholarship & Fr. Dinneen Award Celebration
Saturday, March 25
Join us for a special reception honoring the 2017 Fr. Dinneen Alumni Community Service Award recipient. The cost to attend the reception is $10 and includes cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres. 

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Save the Date - Black Family Weekend 
Thursday, April 27 - Sunday, April 30, 2017

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Since the AHANA Leadership Summit in October 2013, the AHANA Alumni Advisory Council (AAAC) has made significant progress in organizing our structure, goals, and objectives.

We are proud to share with you the details of the Council here.*

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