Hello Black Alumni Leaders and Friends:
Many thanks for joining us at the 2022 National Conference: The Virtual Edition on Saturday, March 12, 2022. We enjoyed spending time with you and sharing information about the exciting growth in our collective Black alumni journey. We were also inspired by initiatives led by Black alumni all over the country that usher both Black alumni and Black students into becoming global citizens.
Duke Black Alumni and the greater Black Alumni Collective welcome the opportunity to build with you and advance shared initiatives such as increased enrollment and retention of Black students, advancing social mobility and talent development for Black alumni, and creating inclusive leadership opportunities in every sphere that we operate in both now and for the years ahead.
In the meantime, please know that we appreciate your leadership, and we look forward to seeing you in Durham for the In-Person Edition of the Conference, which will be April 28 - May 1, 2022 in Durham, NC at Duke University.
We look forward to building this movement - together.
All the best,
Sanders Adu and Tadena Simpson,
2022 National Conference Co-Chairs
Join us for the In-Person Edition from April 28 - May 1, 2022, which will be hosted by Duke Black Alumni at Duke University.
Moderated by: Vida Williams
Chief Data Officer/ Chief Diversity Officer, Single Stone Consulting
Moderated by: Mark Anthony Neal,
James B. Duke Distinguished Professor of African & African American Studies
(SUNY– Fredonia; SUNY – Buffalo)
Moderated by: Marie Nelson
Senior Vice President of Integrated Content Strategy at ABC News
(Duke University; Harvard University)