NUBAA MultiCity Groups

What types of activities do the NUBAA MultiCity Groups perform
between the national MultiCity Mixers?
  1. Interacting with students accepted to NU. Perhaps our single biggest challenge is to do our part in converting those accepted at NU into those who enroll at NU. The personal touch of alumni has been shown to be a vital consideration. You are the best possible message and model for those looking to come behind us.
  2. Interacting with applicants and potential applicants to NU. There are hundreds of school fairs that occur nationally every year for high school students, and the competition for the best and brightest is fierce. Northwestern’s staff can’t be everywhere, and they often reach out to alumni to serve in their absence. NUBAA has been asked to use our affiliates to assist in this effort.
  3. Organizing support for NUBAA initiatives and events. Whether it’s rallying folks to attend/participate in Homecoming, The Summit, The 5K or polling interest in the Student Based Initiatives (providing mentorship and summer internships/job opportunities), you are the main branch from NUBAA headquarters when it comes to spreading information to local members.
  4. Participating with the local NU Club. We hope you use our groups to immerse ourselves in the activities and opportunities provided by the local NU Clubs. We have tons of shared interests!
  5. Exploring networking opportunities. Whether within the NUBAA Affiliates or the local NU Club, being involved with alumni can provide natural opportunities for growth in your field of endeavor.
  6. Socializing. Many lifelong friendships and relationships have evolved from our NU connections. You can get together as often as you like. It’s a long time between now and July, 2015 (the next national MultiCity Mixer)!
  7. Participating in local NUBAA/NULC events. This past January, NUBAA had its first NU Leadership Circle (NULC) event, held in Chicago (The NU Leadership Circle is a group of NU alumni having donated at least $1K over the past year.). We would like to have a set of national receptions across the country during the winter.
  8. Creating any local programming of interest to the group.
  9. Setting up a group email account. Some of you have already done this. NUBAANY@gmail.com is right on point, for example.
  10. Driving membership. NUBAA is in a perpetual membership drive mode! NUBAA membership has been free starting May 27th. Share the joy!

Interested in participating in your local NUBAA MultiCity Groups? Here are your contacts!

NUBAA MultiCity Group Coordinators
 (click on names to contact)

 

Arlington/Northern Virginia

Pia Miller, Esq.

Wendi Price

 

Atlanta

Ralph Jackson

Rita Martin Douglas

 

Baltimore

Bethany Criss-June

 

Charlotte

Eshe Glover

 

Chicago

Lauren Ammons

Pam Mason

Alisa Starks

 

Cincinnati

Alice Frazier

 

Cleveland

Janice Eatman

 

Columbia, S.C./East Georgia

Seretha Denise Williams

 

Columbus

Keisha Slaughter

 

Dallas/Fort Worth:

Donald Green

Donald Little, MD

Michelle Rider

 

DC

Kevin Sampson

Kevin Smith, MD

 

Detroit

Kyra Lewis-Leverett

Charlene McNary

Tina Pickett-Baisden, MD

 

Houston

Felicia Stevens

Tajudeen Sanusi

 

Indianapolis

Oveda Brown

Jeniece Fleming

 

Los Angeles

Maeyen Bassey

Charles Flippen, MD

 

Memphis/Nashville

David Doyle

Lora Fowler

 

Miami/South Florida

Anthony Armstrong

Jim L Berry

Milwaukee

Ayton Taylor

 

Minneapolis/St. Paul

Shelley Carthen Watson, JD

Chris Williams, MD

 

 New Orleans

Bryan Green

Val Reagon

 

Newark

Michele Tuck-Ponder

 

NYC

Jordan Allen

Veronica Woods

 

Philadelphia

Lisa Reynolds Smoots

 

San Francisco/Oakland

Gregory Horner, MD

Nari Williams

 

St. Louis

Carol Camp Yeakey

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