Thank you for attending our 2018 Alumni Leaders Conference. 

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We strive to produce a conference that exceeds your expectations and provides value to the time and money you have invested to attend. As we begin to make plans for our next conference, it is important to us that we continue to strengthen our efforts to support alumni leaders throughout the country.

August 3rd & 4th, 2018
North Carolina Central University – School of Law ( Host for 2018)
640 Nelson Street, Durham, NC 27707

THEME: Strategically Sustaining the Future of HBCUs”

Click for Conference Agenda HERE and Official Flyer HERE.

Who attended? National Alumni Presidents, National Alumni Executive Committee or Board members, Chapter Presidents & Executive Committee, Committee Chairs, and Aspiring Alumni Leaders.


Special Thanks to our Conference Committee Members
Ty Couey, President – tycouey@nhbcuaa.org – 301-537-3917
Richard Smith, Vice President – Strategic Development – richardsmith@nhbcuaa.org
Jacqueline Beatty-Smith, Co-Chairman – jacquebeatty-smith@nhbcuaa.org
Tania B. Davis, Co-Chairman – taniadavis@nhbcuaa.org
Andrea Harris, Committee Member/Special Interests – andrea.harris@self-help.org
LaMonte Leath, Information Technology Director – lamonteleath@nhbcuaa.org



 Additionally, a special thank you to our Partners below!

  • Mac McLaughlin Jazz Group
  • RTP Signs
  • Progressive Business Solutions
  • NCCU School of Law Staff (Susan Hester, Enoch Bond, Staris Best)
  • NCCU Alumni Relations (LaMisa McCoy, Denise Raynor)
  • Chamille Houston – Graphic Designer
  • Sodexo Catering
  • Juan Richardson and Mr. Rhoades (Photographer)
  • preVision Designs – Web Development/Social Media (LaMonte Leath)

 Session Topics Include:

  • The HBCU Business Case: Understanding the Higher Education Landscape
  • HBCU Advocacy at the State and Federal Levels
  • Two Approaches to Association Operations: Which Works For You?
  • Alumni Engagement: From U.S. Mail Delivery to IG and “Golden” to “Just Graduated” – Leading Across Multiple Generations
  • How to Connect Career Services and Alumni Associations

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