The Samford Black Alumni Association recently elected 12 new members to its Board of Directors. The board is comprised of Samford alumni who are passionate about furthering the mission of the Samford Black Alumni Association to strengthen the legacy of educational attainment and excellence of black Samford students. The Samford Black Alumni Association is an official extension of the Samford University Alumni Association. Officers of SBAA are Jewel Littleton-Williams (President), Kendell Jno-Finn (Vice-President) and Jason Long (Secretary).
Newly elected board members, who will serve a three-year term, include:
Michelle Bradford, director of legal affairs at Gadsden State Community College
Reginald Calvert, senior pastor of New Jerusalem Baptist Church
Jennifer Coleman, professor at Samford’s Ida Moffett School of Nursing
Lee Eason, Junior ROTC instructor for the State of Alabama
Lee Frazier, city clerk for the City of Birmingham
Pam Jackson, chief nurse of education services at VA Medical Center
Michael Johnson, retired, U.S. Navy and Department of Veteran Affairs
Tineka Peoples, educator for Birmingham City Schools
Glenn Terrell, staff research at Birmingham Water Works Board
Regina Thompson, superintendent of Fairfield City Schools
Kayla Ward, associate professor at Oakwood University
Rokeia Westbrook, assistant to the Dean in Samford’s School of Health Professions
Meet the new board members and learn more about the Samford Black Alumni Association at its next event, the African American Alumni and Friends Luncheon, on Monday, April 6. Registration is open now.