Building on the success of the African American Alumnae Network created by alumnae volunteers in 1994, the Black Alumnae Association continues to support the MSMU Black community. The association brings alumnae, students, faculty and staff together to create a powerful network.
The Black Alumnae Association Board of Directors serves as an advisory board working with Alumnae Relations to support the goals of Mount Saint Mary’s University. The Board of Directors provides input and guidance on programs, communications and engagement.
Black Alumnae Association Board of Directors
Linda America ’95
Joelle Balthazar ’16
Erika Jones ’00
Remmington Junior ’01
Agasia Lanier ’05
Yahtina Macali Soto ’07
Shelli Amber Weekes ’84
Click here to read the Mount News story about establishing the Black Alumnae Association at Mount Saint Mary's University.
Karen Compton ’87 – A3K Consulting, a career built from the ground up
Jadah (Parks) Chatterjee ADN ’11 - On a mission to save the lives of mothers and babies
Krystal Karter ’16 – Marketing expert helps entrepreneurs work smarter and win more business
Aaron Young ’12, ’14 MBA - Career coach uses his superpower to help clients achieve their dreams
Chanell Jackson ’12 – A detour to her dream job takes this nurse back full circle
Justin Key '13 MBA - A self-made modern day renaissance man
Myrna Aguilar ’18 – MFA in Creative Writing alumnae establish Kite City Playwrights
Alumnae involvement and campus partners are critical to the success of the Black Alumnae Association. To learn more about upcoming events and ways to get involved please contact, Tom Arteaga, director of alumnae relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.