To ensure the necessary inclusion of African-Americans in all sectors of the Georgetown University community; foster communication and networking among African-American students, alumni, faculty and staff; and act as a key advisor to the university on policies and procedures that will positively impact the African-American experience at Georgetown.
Pursuing the core objectives established at its founding in June 2000, the AAAB works to:
- Demonstrate a sustained commitment to the recruitment of and outreach efforts to African-Americans and other students of color in partnership with the Undergraduate Admissions Office and the Center for Multicultural Equity & Access (CMEA);
- Provide administrative and financial support to campus events with the goal of securing funds for scholarships and bringing alumni of color back to the Hilltop;
- Put into action the recommendations on how to recruit, retain and support a diverse faculty;
- Develop leadership and mentoring opportunities for African-American alumni and support the ongoing alumni outreach efforts of the Office of Advancement.
- Perpetuate self-sustaining fundraising efforts.
Chukwudozie Azotam (B’06)
Mannone A. Butler (B’94, L’99)
J. Jacques Carter (M’79)
Goren B. Dillard (C’84)
Tyree P. Jones Jr. (L’86)
Conan Louis (I’73, MS’78, L’86)
Erin Marie Meadors (C’05)
Nigel Scott (C’95)
Woodrow Scott (B’01)
Markhum Stansbury Jr. (C’91)
For additional information, please contact Ben Shaw, Chief of Staff for Advancement, at 202-687-5538 or Ben.Shaw@georgetown.edu.