Morehouse College FY2021 Annual Giving Report

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JULY 2020 — JUNE 2021

Milestones and key impacts of a successful fundraising year in support of the Morehouse mission.


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Dear Benefactors and Community of Supporters: On behalf of the Morehouse College Community, we would like to thank you for supporting our mission to prepare exceptional men of scholarship and integrity for lives of leadership, service, and consequence. In this season of restoration, we take immense pride in our triumphant return to campus life. In the fiscal year that ended on June 30, 2021, our giving community invested nearly $63 million in Morehouse College. The sustainability of private philanthropic support for the College has been boosted by contributions from devoted alumni, our expanding network of corporate partners, and nearly 1,500 new supporters, including philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, who presented a magnanimous $20-million gift to Morehouse. Our Giving Tuesday celebrations garnered nearly $4 million. And our strength as a worldclass liberal arts college for men was bolstered in FY21 by our faculty and staff, as well as the generosity of our loyal benefactors. The confidence that you, our faithful supporters, have placed in us enabled Morehouse College to innovate in the face of adversity. We offered new scholarships, enhanced instruction, reimagined corporate partnerships and career engagement, and also expanded student access to technology and internships. Operationally, we improved our efficiency, customer communications, and financial sustainability. These advancements have set the stage for a new era that will take the Morehouse academic degree program and cultural experience beyond the borders of our historic institution to growing audiences online. We are honored to be part of this extraordinary community and appreciate your partnership as we forge ahead to build on the legacy of excellence that has made Morehouse College one of the nation’s top liberal arts institutions. Steadfast, Honest, and True,

David A. Thomas, Ph.D.

Monique M. Dozier


Vice President for Institutional Advancement


The world needs Morehouse now more than ever. It needs the leaders we produce, steeped in a moral and ethical foundation, and filled with confidence that defies others’ negative perceptions and expectations of them. It is not an accident that Morehouse produced Martin Luther King Jr. and so many of those who shaped the racial and human progress of the last century. That work is not done. Morehouse, her sons, and her entire community are called to be a ‘Candle in the Dark’ in this century, as we were in the last.”

David A. Thomas, Ph.D.


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FY21: Transformative Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 A Year In Review. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Scholarship Impact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Benefactor Appreciation: Salutations from our Scholars . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Unrestricted Impact. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21

23 INSPIRE Targeting Unmet Needs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23



Leading, Serving, and Sowing Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Giving Tuesday Spikes Alumni Investment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Fiscal Year Comparison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

29 INNOVATE Building the Morehouse of the Future. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

31 INTEGRAL A Community of Loyal Support: Our Giving Society Honor Roll. . . . . . . . . 31 Our Network of Friends, Alumni, and Benefactors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Our Team. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54

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Visionary leadership, sound strategic planning, and benefactor contributions helped Morehouse College to navigate through historic industry challenges for liberal arts institutions in 2020-2021. The Morehouse brand remained strong in FY21, even as the COVID-19 pandemic swept through the country, causing a national economic crisis. Enrollment, as well as benefactor support for Morehouse, held steady and the College received nearly $63 million in cash and in-kind gifts, which helped Morehouse maintain a balanced budget through unprecedented times.The average annual gift to Morehouse increased by 5.2%. These generous contributions were invested in new and critical needs as the College faced the challenges of the pandemic. The contributions supported scholarships, innovative academic programs, technology expansions, infrastructure repairs, staffing, and other areas which improved the student experience for scholars studying virtually. Emergency federal aid and generous gifts from alumni also provided rising Morehouse Men with additionals tools that they needed to be successful, from computers to internet connections. FY21 followed a banner year of giving in which the College received $107.1 million, including its largest gift to date.

























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Author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott contributed a $20 million gift to Morehouse College in July 2020 to support institutional operations and strategic programs as the College faced financial challenges during the early months of the pandemic. The gift helped Morehouse College to end the fiscal year with a balanced budget and overcome financial shortfalls prompted by the temporary suspension of inperson instruction and the transition to online learning. Thanks to Scott’s generosity, pay cuts for full-time faculty and staff also ceased and salaries were restored.

“ What fills me with hope is the thought of what will come if each of us reflects on what we can offer.” — MacKenzie Scott, philanthropist said on

In addition, Scott’s contribution funded several key improvements, including the development of a cross-campus wireless infrastructure, the renovation of student residence halls, and the launch of an online undergraduate degree program. “On behalf of Morehouse College and the Board of Trustees, I would like to thank MacKenzie Scott for supporting our mission to develop men who are


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academically excellent and focused on leadership and service,” said David A. Thomas, President of Morehouse College. “This gift is an investment in the future of Black excellence. It will help Morehouse to lay the foundation for the campus of the 21st century and continue the important work we do to produce graduates who effect positive change in their communities, the nation, and the world.”

Scott began making billions of dollars in donations after signing a pledge in May 2019, to give most of her wealth away. “I recommend these organizations to anyone similarly excited by the idea of empowering leaders wellpositioned to accelerate progress,” Scott wrote in a July 2020 blog on announcing her gift to Morehouse and other nonprofits. Scott’s gift to Morehouse came during a summer of unrest for the country. At the time, the nation was facing the early months of the pandemic, which exposed racial inequalities in unemployment, access to healthcare, and COVID-19 infection, hospitalization, and mortality rates for Blacks and other minorities. She pledged to use her wealth to make a difference in the world. “Life will never stop finding fresh ways to expose inequities in our systems; or waking us up to the fact that a civilization this imbalanced is not only unjust, but also unstable,” Scott wrote on “What fills me with hope is the thought of what will come if each of us reflects on what we can offer.”


Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott Donates $20-Million Gift to Morehouse





$5MM Bank of America Contributes $5-Million Gift to Launch Center for Black Entrepreneurship at Morehouse College Bank of America contributed a $5-million gift to Morehouse College to help fund the launch of the new Center for Black Entrepreneurship, the first-ever academic center at Morehouse to assemble, educate, and empower a new class of Black entrepreneurial talent. The center, which is being developed in collaboration with Black Economic Alliance Foundation, will be co-located on the Morehouse and Spelman campuses. Spelman also received a $5-million gift from Bank of America to launch the initiative. The gifts were announced in February 2021. The funding will support the development of an academic curriculum, faculty recruitment, co-curricular programming, and the construction of a new physical space. The Center for Black Entrepreneurship will seek to eliminate barriers among Black entrepreneurs, professional investors, and business builders by leveraging education, mentorship, amd access to capital and opportunity. “Morehouse and Spelman are two of the nation’s leading liberal arts colleges primarily serving the Black community and have some of the highest social mobility rates in the country,” said Wendy Stewart, Atlanta market president for Bank of America. “Partnering with these historic institutions will be instrumental in supporting our next generation of entrepreneurs who will ultimately create economic opportunity and generate jobs in Atlanta.” The funding for the Center for Black Entrepreneurship came from Bank of America’s $1-billion, four-year commitment to advance racial equality and economic opportunity. The outreach includes support to minority entrepreneurs, as well as a focus on education, jobs, health, and housing. “Morehouse’s priority is empowering leaders to impact society, including entrepreneurs of color who produce new business models, create new industries, and disrupt the status quo as innovators, inventors,

and paradigm shifters,” said Dr. David A. Thomas, President of Morehouse College. “The Center for Black Entrepreneurship adds important capacity to support our work with minority-owned businesses and current or future entrepreneurs who are gaining access to capital, creating jobs, leveraging technology, and developing the products and services that enhance the standard of living for us all. We are proud to partner with Spelman College, the Black Economic Alliance, and Bank of America to educate and strengthen the entrepreneurs who will lead change.”

“ Morehouse’s priority is empowering leaders to impact society, including entrepreneurs of color.” — David A. Thomas, Ph.D., President of Morehouse College

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$4.1MM Morehouse College to Participate in Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars Program Morehouse College received a $4.1 million gift from Morgan Stanley in October 2020 to establish the new Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars Program, an initiative that will provide new academic-and-needs-based scholarships to 20 rising Morehouse Men over the next four years. Five outstanding freshmen have already been selected to receive the prestigious four-year scholarship, which removes the financial barriers to higher education by covering tuition, room, and board for students. Five additional recipients will be named annually through the 2024-25 academic year. In addition to a full scholarship, Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars will receive mentors and sponsors to support them along their journey, as well as instruction and programming aimed at preparing them for post-graduate careers. The HBCU Scholars Program also provides outreach to faculty and the broader student community through virtual and on-site events. Morgan Stanley selected Morehouse to participate in the Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars program because the global financial services firm supports the College’s mission to develop men with disciplined minds who will lead lives of leadership and service. As the national epicenter for thought leadership on civil rights, Morehouse is committed to helping the nation address the inequities caused by institutional racism, which have created disparities in income, employment, health, housing, and educational opportunities for people of African descent. “Morgan Stanley is committed to supporting diversity, equity and inclusion in our communities to eliminate barriers that prevent people of all backgrounds and identities from having equal opportunities — and the HBCU Scholars program is an integral part of that effort,” said Susan Reid, Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Morgan Stanley and Director of the Institute for Inclusion. “We would like to congratulate the five impressive students who will be embarking on this journey at Morehouse and look forward to witnessing their achievements in the years to come.” The first five rising Morehouse Men chosen as inaugural Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars possess impressive resumes that include academic achievements, community service projects and awards, career study programs, and

As a Morgan Stanley HBCU Scholars Program participant, Morehouse will receive funding to award 20 new academic and needs-based scholarships to the men of Morehouse over the next four years.

support for social justice issues. “Thanks to the generosity of Morgan Stanley, the Morgan Stanley Scholars will have the peace of mind necessary to excel in their studies without having to worry about running out of money for tuition before they complete their degrees,” said Monique Dozier, Vice President of Institutional Advancement at Morehouse College. “They will be able to pursue their dreams and build wealth faster because they will not be tethered to student loan debt. That independence will be a game-changer for them as they consider graduate studies, job offers, or becoming entrepreneurs after graduation. I would like to thank Morgan Stanley for giving our students the gift of financial freedom.”

“ The Morgan Stanley Scholars will have the peace of mind necessary to excel in their studies without having to worry about running out of money for tuition.” — Monique M. Dozier

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

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Five outstanding freshmen have been selected as members of the inaugural class. RICHARD A. CHANDLER ’25

Louisville, Kentucky Biology Major

Proudest Achievement as a High School Student: I am most proud of being named the 2021 YMCA Black Achiever of the Year. I am proud because I watched many recipients go on to do great things, and I wanted to be a part of that legacy. Why I chose Morehouse College: I believe that many factors led me to Morehouse College. When I visited the campus during Spring Break 2019, I felt like I was at home, and I was surrounded by likeminded brothers. When I came back to hear Surgeon General (Jerome) Adams in November 2019, I knew that Morehouse was the place that I was going to be. My goals and dreams: My goal and dream is to become an orthopedic surgeon and open my own practice in neighborhoods where people look like me. My message to Morgan Stanley: Thank you!! You truly don’t know how this scholarship will help me. I am forever grateful and thankful for the opportunity that you have given me.


Jonesboro, Georgia Dual Degree Engineering Major

Proudest Achievement as a High School Student: My proudest achievement in high school is the fact that I was able to bring my GPA from a 3.25 during my freshman year to a 3.9 during my senior year. It showed that even though I had a hard time as I started high school, I was able to improve myself and earn the opportunities that I had been given because of my academic achievements. Why I chose Morehouse College: I have been involved with Morehouse College since I was in seventh grade. I was selected to be a participant in Morehouse’s iStem Program, which is a three-year experience that allowed me to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math on Saturdays and in the summer. Since then, I have felt a sense of community and belonging whenever I have attended or encountered Morehouse-related activities. Morehouse is more than just a college to me; it is a home that will allow me to launch my future. My goals and dreams: I dream of reaching a status as an engineer where I can record educational videos and show others the wonders of the science field. I hope to inspire African American children to join the field one day. In addition, I wish to be in a position where I am comfortable enough to give back to my community and help others to obtain the opportunities that I have earned. My message to Morgan Stanley: Thank you for believing in me and investing your time and funds in allowing me to grow into the leader that I am destined to become. I promise that your investment will be paid back tenfold when I pay it forward to those who will come behind me.

“ Thank you for believing in me and investing your time and funds in allowing me to grow into the leader that I am destined to become.” —X avier D. Foster

Freshman; Jonesboro, Georgia


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Introducing Morehouse College’s Inaugural Class of Morgan Stanley HBCU Program Scholars






Gretna, Louisiana Political Science/Criminology Major

Proudest Achievement as a High School Student: There are many things that I am proud of doing in high school, such as working at the Lower Ninth Ward Living Museum, being a member of a council of activists, and even being named as the president of my school’s Key Club. But I am most proud of the contributions that I made to my school’s Social Action/Justice Club. I devised a night dedicated to building bridges between those who would usually be on two opposing sides in terms of their beliefs. It was held monthly, and I truly believe it made a difference in my school community. It is a legacy that I am proud to leave to my Raider Brothers. Why I chose Morehouse College: I chose to attend Morehouse because of the rich history and culture surrounding the school. Morehouse’s roots can be seen in many different professions. I want to be part of something much larger than myself—a rich brotherhood. My goals and dreams: I want to study law to become a true advocate for those whose voices would usually go unheard. My goal is to practice law professionally and to make a difference in my hometown of New Orleans. My focus on social justice work is a big part of my character, and it will remain a pivotal part of my hopes and dreams for the future. My message to Morgan Stanley: Thank you for believing in me. The fact that I have been given a chance like this to truly succeed means the absolute world to me. No words can truly describe my gratitude for the blessings that I have received. I will make sure such an opportunity for success is not wasted.


Chicago, Illinois Biology Major

Proudest Achievement as a High School Student: I am most proud of completing the Project Lead the Way program, a 4 -year biomedical program that focuses primarily on the human body and illnesses. The program introduced me to deeper levels of science, and through that I was able to find my passion for medicine. I became one of the first to graduate from the Project Lead the Way program and was named “Most Improved Student.”

Why I chose Morehouse College: Morehouse is living proof that the stereotypes about young Black men are false. Morehouse College remains one of the most competitive HBCUs and is continuously exuding Black excellence. The men that attend Morehouse are destined for greatness and are role models for those who come after them. Morehouse Men go on to become leaders of change and I, too, will lead us in change. My goals and dreams: I want to be a general surgeon within the next 8-12 years. I have chosen this path because surgeons get first-hand experience with diseases. They can actually see how these diseases affect the body. This makes general surgeons the best candidates for clinical research and trials to cure diseases. I, one day, hope to cure diabetes or cancer. My message to Morgan Stanley: I am extremely grateful for this opportunity! This has taken a huge financial burden from me. As a high school senior, you dream of receiving this kind of scholarship, and my dream came true because of you. Thank you again for your generosity!


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Major Undeclared, but interested in Business

Proudest Achievement as a High School Student:: My proudest achievement is being in the top 1% of my class. It showed the hard work, consistency, patience, and focus that I was able to maintain to achieve this milestone. Why I chose Morehouse College: I see the legacy that it has and the success of its graduates. I see the history that has been made at Morehouse, and I believe that by attending Morehouse and pursuing my dreams, that I, too, will make Morehouse history. My goals and dreams: I want to make a successful transition to college, and go on to become a wealth manager and trade in the foreign exchange markets. My message to Morgan Stanley: Thank you for your generous donation that is allowing me to attend Morehouse College at no cost. I hope that I can meet you soon to formally thank you. This is seriously a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! I am so glad I can partake in it thanks to you.

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The Ford Foundation contributed more than $2 million to support signature initiatives at Morehouse College, including the new Center for Black Entpreneurship, a hub for innovation that will expand business instruction at Morehouse, giving students greater opportunities to focus on entrepreneurial studies during their academic course of study.

$2.1MM Generous $1-million donations were contributed by the Ernst & Young Foundation, which awarded a grant to support: technology and infrastructure upgrades; the Mitchell Kapor Foundation, which invested in scholarships and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) opportunities; Diageo North America, which created an endowed scholarship; and Michael Jordan and the Jordan Brand, which funded scholarships, technology, and programming for students pursuing sports journalism and sports-related studies.


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In 2020-2021, the national reckoning on race and growing cultural consciousness brought new acclaim to Morehouse College and its storied history of producing leaders of consequence. The College’s reputation as the national epicenter for thought leadership on issues of civil rights, diversity, equity, and inclusion inspired generous donations and new partnerships.





The College was lauded by a broad audience of philanthropists, corporations, foundations, and friends who wanted to invest in educating Morehouse scholars. As a result, significant progress was made toward our financial and academic goals.

new partnerships

$2MM Porsche Cars North America Inc. (PCNA) partnered with Morehouse to launch a new scholarship for business majors and a guest lecture series that exposes students in classrooms to real-world perspectives from leaders in the global automotive industry. It was PCNA’s first gift to a college.


Verily contributed a $600,000 gift to establish the Verily Scholars Program, an endowed award that supports the education of scholars majoring in STEM and provides all-expenses-paid summer internships at Verily.

The Ray Charles Foundation gave a $2-million gift to fund scholarships for outstanding business majors. The contribution expands the foundation’s legacy of support for Morehouse. Since 1995, the foundation has donated more than $9.6 million to Morehouse College.

Peloton, the world’s leading interactive fitness platform, and GRAMMY® Awardwinning global entertainer and entrepreneur Beyoncé partnered with Morehouse College to promote healthy lifestyles by gifting students with complimentary two-year digital memberships to online fitness classes rooted in the celebration of music.

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George Wells ’00 CFO, quip; Founder and Chairman,Wells Group of New York

FY21 GIFT Gift of Artwork Morehouse College has a new $1 million art collection thanks to a magnanimous gift by business executive and art aficionado George Wells. The alumnus donated the collection in December 2020 to showcase the exceptional talents of Black and LGBTQ artists and to educate students about careers in the contemporary art world. The collection features eight thought-provoking pieces, including vibrant abstract art and moving works that explore identity politics and racial inequality. The contemporary works of McArthur Binion, Rashid Johnson, Amy Sherald, Mickalene Thomas, Ivy Haldeman, Christina Quarles, Gary Simmons, and Tomashi Jackson are included in the gift. Wells’ in-kind donation will give Morehouse its own permanent collection that art curatorial students and other scholars can explore. Morehouse currently offers curatorial studies as a minor, affording students an opportunity to engage with permanent collections and exhibitions at the Robert W. Woodruff Library, Clark Atlanta University, and Spelman College.

startup, and the founder and Chairman of Wells Group of New York, a 20-person management consulting firm based in New York City. Wells Group works with startups and mid-sized companies in tech, consumer goods and services, and health care, among other industries. Wells began his career in 1999 as a financial analyst in Morgan Stanley’s mergers and acquisitions group and has held various roles in the world of finance. He previously served as interim CFO/COO of Lehmann Maupin, one of the top 10 art galleries in the world, and CFO of Zola, the fastest growing wedding registry and services company in the country. He currently serves on the board of Out in Tech, an organization committed to promoting LGBTQ+ diversity in the tech and startup community, and is a member of the Whitney Museum of American Art’s Painting & Sculpture Committee.

“In the art world, there are so few Black people in positions of power, so if we start at the core, which is education, and educate more people about the contemporary art world, we could make that world more inclusive,” Wells said. The Wells art collection will also be on display for the Morehouse Community and public to enjoy. “Owning multiple works by Johnson and Thomas is like owning a piece of history to me,” Wells said. “Their practices both showcase Black resiliency and triumph, but in different ways and from different gender perspectives. It is my hope that this gift will serve as an impetus for furthering racial equality within the art world during this exceptionally vulnerable time for Americans and race relations.” Wells is the Chief Financial Officer of quip, the oral care


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“I will always be grateful for my Morehouse education...”


Generous Gifts Enrich the Boundless Potential of Morehouse Scholars






Keith Burks ’91 Partner, Private Equity

FY21 GIFT $305,000 Keith Burks, a partner at Private Equity and an experienced executive and McKinsey Finance Practice leader, has negotiated multi-million-dollar deals but finds his investment in the future of Morehouse College to be one of his most rewarding ventures. Burks contributed more than $300,000 to the College in FY21 to support faculty development and increase the endowed scholarship he established in his father’s name. He gives annually, with a goal of inspiring others to contribute to the unparalled Morehouse mission. “I can’t imagine there is a better investment anywhere,” he said. “I want to make sure that I’m doing everything possible to support the education of the next generation of galvanizing leaders coming out of Morehouse College.” Burks says that his days at Morehouse College gave him an edge in the business world. Thanks to that foundation, he thrived as a visionary executive in fields where few men of color rise to senior ranks. Burks began his Morehouse journey under the tutelage of Dr. Willis B. Sheftall ‘64, who was then chair of the Department of Economics and Business. Dr. Sheftall exposed Burks to econmics and its study of how individuals and countries make decisions and interact with each other. “Morehouse is a once-ina-lifetime experience of interaction with forever friends focused on the good of others,” Burks said. “The level of rigor at Morehouse College overall and the amount of time needed to prepare for class were unprecedented. World-class professors like Dr. Joceyln Jackson, Dr. Anne Watts, Dr. John Williams, and of course, Dr. Sheftall got me ready for the attention to detail and work ethic that I needed to be successful in my first job and when I went to Harvard Business School.” In his 30 years as a leading executive, Burks has led the strategy function at a Fortune 100 company and negotiated billion-dollar mergers. He is currently a partner at Private Equity, a private investment firm with holdings in the banking, technology, and energy industries. Prior to his current role, he was Chief Financial Officer of Citigroup Global Consumer Bank Technology, Operations, and Fraud, a 74,000-person division. In his global CFO role, he had responsibility for finance, accounting, reporting, and forecasting. He also was the former head of commercial cards for Citi’s retail card business.

“ I want to make sure that I’m doing everything possible to support the education of the next generation of galvanizing leaders coming out of Morehouse.” —K eith Burks ’91

In addition, Burks served as Chief Marketing Officer and cards and product P&L Leader of GE Capital Global Banking, GE’s collection of more than 25 banks in Asia, Europe, and South America. He also served on the board of directors of Budapest Bank. Before working in banking at GE, Burks was Senior Vice President, Pacific Division General Manager, and previously served as the head of the strategy function of Fortune 100 Liberty Mutual Group. Burks came to that role after serving as associate partner and leader of McKinsey & Company’s southern Corporate Finance practice, which focuses on mergers, aquisitions, and capital structure. He directed teams advising CEOs and CFOs on over $60 billion of mergers, IPOs, acquisitions, and divestitures. As Burks rose through the ranks in his career, he gave back to Morehouse and established an endowed scholarship in his father’s name with the ultimate goal of sending multiple students to Morehouse tuitionfree—forever. “My parents, James and Catherine Burks, sacrificed a ton for my education. They had a choice between having a nice lifestyle or spending a lot of their time and money on their kids’ education—they chose the latter. That kind of sacrifice and the sense of helping other people were indelibly ingrained into my mindset. It is what makes it imperative for me to do the same for future Morehouse students.”

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S C H O L A R S H I P I M PA C T SALUTATIONS FROM OUR SCHOL ARS Your gifts fuel the dreams of rising Morehouse Men and help to develop their potential as leaders and trailblazers who can make a global impact on society. OPRAH WINFREY SCHOLAR




Atlanta, Georgia Business Administration, Accounting | GPA: 3.8

Orange Park, FL Dual Degree Engineering | GPA: 3.8

Why I chose Morehouse College:

Why I chose Morehouse College:

“I come from a modest family who believes that education is the key to success. Attending Morehouse was really important to me because I wanted to be a part of a community that would best help me learn and grow. As a student, you are always welcome to be yourself, but you also get exposed to the full spectrum of the Black male community, which helps you further develop your own identity. A big part of our culture is understanding the risks of Black men who have come before you, and the role they play in your own life. Through realizing their achievements, you gain that confidence you need to dream big and aspire for your own destiny. I am learning that I am only limited by my own imagination.”

“I am the first person in my family to go to college and at that, I am attending my dream school. Morehouse has produced great pastors who led churches and have been key figures in social justice movements. After I graduate from Morehouse, I plan to pursue a doctorate. I would like to pastor a church in some capacity, and then through time, develop a Christian school in the Black community that helps students earn a full ride to the Historically Black College or University (HBCU) of their choice. I would also like to open the minds of the people of the church God blesses me with and develop their social conscience.”

Message to Benefactors: “I have become an honor roll student, traveled abroad representing the College, and personally articulated the significance of this scholarship award to Ms. Winfrey herself. None of this would be possible without her support. There are so many young men out there with limitless potential who have worked hard and dreamed big, but just need a hand to help them over the finish line.”

Message to Benefactors: “The Dr. Michael L. Lomax Student Success Scholarship means everything to me. I can’t express my gratitude for this great award. Thank you so much!”

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Morehouse College’s unyielding commitment to producing extraordinary scholars and leaders continues to attract generous gifts that are restricted for scholarship and program use. The College, however, also has growing needs for unrestricted funds, which were boosted in FY21 by a generous gift from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott as well as the annual gifts of our loyal alumni. Unrestricted gifts to the Fund for Morehouse give the College the cash flow necessary to address immediate needs, respond to emergencies, and operate efficiently. In FY21, the unrestricted fund provided support for the following:

Scholarship Support for More Than 1,000 Students

Upgrades to the College’s Technology Infrastructure

Renovation of Residence Halls

Implementation of Digital Platforms

Source: Morehouse College Office of Business and Finance

“One of the best ways to extend opportunities to students is to ensure that you have a strong faculty. When you provide the faculty with more resources, and attract internal and national talent to endowed chairs, it enhances the vision of the College and puts Morehouse even more on the radar as a research center. That visibility can open doors to new opportunities internationally for our students.” Kendrick Brown, Ph.D., Provost, Morehouse College

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14:1 S T U D E N T-T E AC H E R R AT I O

“ There is an air of expectancy at Morehouse. It is expected that the student who enters here will do well. It is also expected that once a man bears the insignia of a Morehouse graduate, he will do exceptionally well. We expect nothing less...” Dr. Benjamin E. Mays President, Morehouse College (1940–1967)


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The Fund for Morehouse provides essential, unrestricted annual gifts that target the College’s unmet needs. The Fund for Morehouse targets Morehouse’s unmet needs, from funding additional scholarships to financing facility repairs. Benefactors who invest annually provide financial assistance that the College can count on every year for financial aid, faculty development, infrastructure, and technology. Expanding the commitment to annual giving through the Fund for Morehouse will help the College to better navigate increasing operational costs and be more competitive for students. Morehouse is facing increasing competition in its efforts to enroll top students as other liberal arts institutions try to attract our traditional applicant pool by offering them larger scholarships and modern facilities.









RECURRING GIFT PROGRAM FY2021 We want to highlight the 501 investors enrolled in Morehouse’s recurring gift program—a convenient way to make a sustained, compounded impact and allow the institution to predict future cash flows.

Completely automated. Set it and forget it!


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> $25,000



“Every gift matters. Annual giving harnesses the power of collective generosity. This year, gifts below $1,000 added up to nearly $1.2 million in support of the College’s mission! As we work to build the Morehouse of the future, imagine the potential for innovation if we had 5,000 alumni give at least $100 a month to the Fund for Morehouse… that would be $6 million a year in unrestricted donations and have a substantial impact on the student experience. Thanks to you, we’ve made great progress to increase participation and educate our community about annual giving. Together, I believe we can take Morehouse to new heights.” Joshua Carter, Chief Annual Giving Officer Funds for Morehouse | GIVING IMPACT REPORT


The Honorable Earl Hilliard ’64, a retired U.S. Congressman and civil rights pioneer, dutifully contributes to Morehouse College every month to show his appreciation for everything that Morehouse did to prepare him for a life of service, scholarship, and leadership. He credits Morehouse College for his success. “I came from a very poor family,” said Hilliard, who ran track in high school. “I went to Morehouse on a scholarship that paid for my room, board, and tuition. I could not have afforded college without that gift. I had never lived anywhere besides Jefferson County in Alabama until I came to Morehouse.” Hilliard said the investment in his future opened his horizons as a scholar. “I was one of the top 10 students overall in my high school class of 200. But when I got to Morehouse, I wasn’t even in the top 99. Everyone I met was either a valedictorian or a salutatorian. Everywhere I looked there were students with high achievement. “It helped me tremendously,” he added. “The intellectual atmosphere, the supportive faculty, the student fellowship, put me on a trajectory where failure was not an option. It was not even in the cards.” Hilliard went straight into law school after earning his degree as a Morehouse Man. He wanted to use his law degree to further the fight for civil rights. He joined his

Morehouse brother Martin Luther King Jr. as a foot soldier and strategized with the late U.S. Congressman John Lewis, and the late activist and politician, Julian Bond, who served as one of the original founders of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee and was one of the first Black men elected to the Georgia House of Representatives since Reconstruction. Continuing to make his mark as a civic leader, Hilliard was elected to the Alabama State Legislature in 1974, where he organized the Alabama Legislative Black Caucus and became its chair. He served in both the Alabama State House and Senate for a total of 20 years. In 1992, Hilliard was elected to serve in the U.S. Congress. He was the first Black lawmaker since 1877 to represent Alabama as a U.S. Congressman. Hilliard said Morehouse put him on the path to succeed, so each month he sends a donation of $1,000 or more as a thank you to those who believed in him. He began making these donations after finishing law school. Now, his legacy of philanthropy totals more than $100,000. A scholarship will be created in Hilliard’s honor this academic year. “I want Morehouse to be in a position where it can do for other students what it did for me—to continue to find diamonds in the rough, bring them to campus, polish them and get them ready to shine their light on the world.”



















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$3,984,991 TOTAL RAISED











3,813 GIFTS


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148 GIFTS | $22,898

49 GIFTS | $4,317.19



107 GIFTS | $33,885

32 GIFTS | $13,484



100 GIFTS | $11,006

31 GIFTS | $4,769.21






















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Thanks to the generosity of the Morehouse Community and its supporters, nearly $4 million was raised in remote Giving Tuesday celebrations in FY21.

When Morehouse College first launched Giving Tuesday in 2018, our community of alumni and friends banded together to make an impressive first showing—$226,000 was raised in 24 hours. Three years later, the excitement of Giving Tuesday at Morehouse College hasn’t waned. It is still inspiring philanthropic giving among loyal and new donors. In fact, nearly $4 million was raised in two Giving Tuesday celebrations last fiscal year, making Giving Tuesday Morehouse’s most successful annual campaign. It has become a well-oiled fundraising machine, with teams of alumni ambassadors scouring their contact lists for potential donors, student volunteers making calls and sending emails through the night, social marketing gurus sharing school spirit videos, and the Salesforce ecosystem efficiently processing hundreds of gifts each hour. “Giving Tuesday is so successful because it aligns around a particular day,” explained Marlon D. Cousin ’87, President of the Morehouse College National Alumni Association (MCNAA). “I like to think of it as a celebration. There is a goal that is established. All the messaging, all the conversations, and all the campaigning is centered on Giving Tuesday. We get to change the culture and show that giving is fun; it’s happy and vibrant. No matter how large or small a gift is, it’s important.” Gifts of $100 and $1,000 are celebrated equally on Giving Tuesday and appreciated publicly, whether in online chats or emails. And that sets the stage for continued alumni participation, which is what corporations and philanthropists are looking for when they are considering monumental gifts. In FY21, the alumni participation rate at Morehouse held steady


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at 18%, the same as last year. That rate represents the percentage of alumni who donate in a fiscal year, and their commitment to the Morehouse mission. The alumni participation goal for FY22 is 30%. “Philanthropists want to know whether, we as alumni, invest in the College,” Cousin said. “Do we believe that Morehouse is relevant today and provides the same quality of education now as it did in the past? Has it connected alumni with a brotherhood that is everlasting? Are you able to navigate in circles that you couldn’t before? “I would say, yes… absolutely yes.” Giving Tuesday at Morehouse is led by the Office of Institutional Advancement (OIA) working in partnership with the MCNAA. Joshua Carter, a veteran fundraiser who came to Morehouse College two years ago after serving in advancement at Emory University, implemented strategies that led to a significant spike in Giving Tuesday participation and gifts. As Chief Annual Giving Officer for OIA, he works with Cousin to plan each campaign months in advance. Carter then assembles a team to help staff the 24-hour event and train alumni










Leaders of the Morehouse College National Alumni Association rallied the alumni network to support Giving Tuesday efforts.

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the groundbreaking Mr. Robert F. Smith gift, relieving their student loan debt. The class is demonstrating a commitment to paying it forward as Mr. Smith requested.’’

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Cousin agrees. “They did a phenomenal job by stepping up and leading all the classes around participating and giving, and also by serving as the Giving Tuesday chairman group,” he said. “I love the energy and ingenuity that this class has around paying it forward. They are thinking about philanthropy in a different way.”

$7,859,096 | 3,450 donors class representatives and student leaders to serve as Giving Tuesday ambassadors, arming them with toolkits they can use to solicit donations from their peers. Ambassadors Cousin, Michael Levesque ’89 (MCNAA’s Executive Director), Dr. Charles Alexander ’89, and Jose Garcia ’19 were among the fundraising standouts in the May 11 Giving Tuesday Campaign, which raised $1.7 million with gifts ranging from $5 to $1 million. The Class of 2019 led campaign participation with 49 gifts, more than any other class. “For the last two years, the Class of 2019 has made a strong showing on Giving Tuesday,” Carter said. “That’s notable not only because they are one of the more recent classes to graduate, but also because they were the recipients of

The next Giving Tuesday is Nov. 30. Carter and his team are already developing a strategy. “We have increased our staff of annual giving officers to allow us to better engage with alumni and volunteers. I’m convinced we are only scratching the surface of what is possible. Our staff investment is a testament to the power of annual giving and the transformational change that is possible when Morehouse Men give together.” Tapping into the network of class and affinity group leaders is how Morehouse will succeed at landmark campaigns, Cousin said. Alumni want to see their classmates perform well, so they support the initiatives with their time, talent, and treasure. “Morehouse is a very competitive environment,” Cousin added. “I firmly believe it is a series of tribes, whether it’s dorms, alumni classes, the Glee Club, or football players. As we move into a capital campaign, it’s going to be important to galvanize all these groups—the 200 subcategories of organizations and allow the College to energize them around giving.”

“ Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’” — The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., The Morehouse Community shared video messages to support fundraising efforts during Giving Tuesday celebrations.

Nobel Peace Prize-Winner

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FY 2020

$107,163,868 U N R E ST R I C T E D

$3,039, 064 R E ST R I C T E D

$84,621,599 ENDOWMENT

$15,187,953 C A P I TA L


FY 2021

$62,632,746 U N R E ST R I C T E D

“ Morehouse is one of the few spaces dedicated to the development of Black men and, as an institution of higher learning, provides an experience that is unmatched. Morehouse can take you to heights that society would make you believe are unreachable, whether it’s Nobel Prizes, Oscars, Grammys, or becoming the first Black senator from Georgia.” Stefan Hardin ’21 Cinema, Television, & Emerging Media Studies Major Macon, Georgia

$22,790,702 * R E ST R I C T E D

$25,394,069 ENDOWMENT

$10,643,651 C A P I TA L



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Morehouse’s proud tradition of excellence is rooted in its rich history as a school where former slaves were given an opportunity to improve the trajectory of their generations through higher education and leadership. Fast forward nearly 155 years later, and Morehouse has blazed a trail like no other institution of higher learning. Morehouse has earned the distinction of being the top producer of Black male Rhodes Scholars, as well as men who go on to receive doctorates in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education, the humanities, and the arts. The success of our alumni continues to attract scholars from across the world who dream of becoming Morehouse Men. The College has become a sacred training ground for men who are driven to leave their marks on the world as community servants, social justice advocates, and leaders of influence in every field, from politics and business to computer science and the arts. Our unwavering commitment to excellence remains. Where do we go from here? How do we stay relevant in a dynamic market packed with competitors that have billion-dollar endowments and state-of-the art facilities? Simply put, we build the Morehouse of the future, and a strategic plan worthy of capital investment.




Morehouse President David A. Thomas and his leadership team developed the Morehouse College Strategic Plan 2026 as a blueprint for a next-level Morehouse. The plan’s four institutional priorities encompass President Thomas’ vision for making Morehouse the premier liberal arts college in the world. The plan is designed to inspire campus-wide innovation and a mindset of continual improvement that will strengthen Morehouse’s position as a beacon of excellence for generations to come. The following is a summary of the Morehouse College Strategic Plan 2026 and its pillars: 1. R ealizing Excellence Morehouse College will create an “Academic Village,” in which mentorship, advising, and intellectual and community engagement, in addition to professional development, will come together to create foundational and experiential learning, guaranteeing excellence among our student population. Morehouse will achieve this by: H elping students maintain a pace to graduate on time by the tactical and strategic use of data analytics, life skills training, and mental health focus initiatives;

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Prioritizing strong tutoring and academic engagement, as well as co-curricular activities that reinforce in-class learning objectives; and

Fostering a significant increase in our international student base through strategic recruitment initiatives; and

E xpanding job fairs and career connections (in-person or virtual) to ensure that all engaged graduates have placements and that Morehouse’s reach is broad.

Expanding opportunities for study abroad for all students and supporting faculty engaged in international research, global student engagement, and instruction.

2. D eveloping Partnerships of Purpose By developing strategic, multidimensional partnerships with corporations, foundations, colleges and universities, and governmental entities, Morehouse College can create and enhance opportunities for our students. Morehouse will achieve this by: Increasing private, corporate, and foundation partnerships and enhancing current partnerships; Expanding experimental and service-learning partnerships and centralizing offerings for the campus community at large to improve access to internships and research opportunities; Building an innovation “Dream Center” as a new academic space for entrepreneurship outreach, makerspace STEM innovation, and other signature partnership programs; and Developing a commercial data center to fuel research and community connections. 3. Taking Morehouse Beyond Borders Morehouse will leverage its intellectual capital and brand to increase its impact on society and secure new resources to support the Morehouse mission. The College will achieve this by:

4. E levating the Mission The Morehouse College value proposition lies in its ability to offer extraordinary educational preparation for careers of influence for Black men who provide outstanding leadership across the nation and world. Morehouse will elevate that mission and attract new students to the College by: Investing in technology, communications, and marketing to tell the Morehouse story to targeted audiences online, nationally, and internationally; elevating Morehouse’s voice as the global expert on educating Black men; Using marketing tools to drive demand for enrollment and recruiting and educating Black men and men of other races who share the values of Morehouse College; and Launching a historic capital campaign to raise $500 million for scholarships, research, innovative academic programs, endowed professorships, and building the campus of the future.

Establishing a School of Continuing Studies to serve non-traditional Morehouse students and increase our impact;

“Morehouse College is a world-class institution with a rich legacy of producing men of consequence who flourish as leaders in every field. As we build the Morehouse of the future, it is imperative that we accumulate the resources necessary for Morehouse to continue to compete for top students, to expand our academic programs, to upgrade our facilities and technological infrastructure, and to enhance the signature experiences in career and leadership development that we offer that make Morehouse Men among the most sought-after graduates in the world.” Willie Woods ’85, Chairman, Board of Trustees


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INTEGRAL A C O M M U N I T Y O F LOYA L S U P P O R T Giving Society Honor Roll We would like to thank our Giving Society members for their lifetime contributions. Your continued investment in the promise of the Men of Morehouse and future of Morehouse College means the world to us. Your generosity is integral to our success. BENJAMIN E. MAYS SOCIETY $1,000,000+ Mr. Henry Aaron* & Trustee Emerita Billye Suber Aaron

Mr. Richard Danner & Mrs. Susan Danner

Mr. Charles Barkley

Chairman Emeritus Robert Davidson Jr. ’67 & Mrs. Alice Davidson

Mr. Justin Bayless ’07 & Mrs. Jamil Bayless

Mr. Seth Klarman Mr. Shelton Lee ’79 & Mrs. Tonya Lee Mr. Strive Masiyiwa & Mrs. Tsitsi Masiyiwa

Trustee Emeritus Benjamin Blackburn II ’61 & Mrs. Sara Blackburn

Mr. J. Alexander Douglas & Mrs. Dabney Douglas

Dr. Walter Massey ’58 & Mrs. Shirley Massey

Trustee Valerie Ervin

Mrs. Virginia Mitchell

Mr. Gray Reilly & Mrs. Molly Canfield

Mrs. Patty Quillin & Mr. Reed Hastings

Trustee C. David Moody Jr. ’78 & Mrs. Karla Moody

Mr. Dan Cathy & Mrs. Rhonda Cathy

Trustee Dale Jones ’82 & Mrs. Yolanda Jones

Trustee Emeritus Jim Moss ’70 & Mrs. Marlene Moss

Mr. Kenneth Chenault & Mrs. Kathryn Chenault

Mr. Mitchell Kapor & Dr. Freada Kapor Klein

Trustee Verdun Perry ’94

Mr. Judson Pickard & Mrs. Donna Pickard Dr. William Pickard Mr. Michael Polk Mr. Gray Reilly & Mrs. Molly Canfield

Mr. Robert Smith Mr. E. Roe Stamps IV & Penelope Stamps* Trustee F. Euclid Walker ’94 & Mrs. Francine Walker Mr. George Wells ’00

Mr. James Reilly

The Rev. Jasper Williams Jr. ’72

Mr. Wendell Reilly & Mrs. Mary Reilly

Ms. Oprah Winfrey

Ms. Molly Reilly

Trustee Chairman Willie Woods ’85 & Mrs. Lana Woods

Mr. Rufus Rivers ’86 Mr. E. Robbie Robinson Jr. ’98 Ms. MacKenzie Scott

HOWARD W. THURMAN SOCIETY $500,000 – $999,999 Mr. Keith Burks ’91

Mrs. Ann Fudge

Dr. Michael Lindsay ’75

Mr. Bruce Rauner

Ms. Tori Thomas

Dr. Herbert Charles ’64 & Dr. Darlene Charles

Mr. Julius Hollis ’72

Trustee Harold Martin Jr. ’02 & Mrs. Kirstyn Martin

Mr. Donald Rubell & Mrs. Mera Rubell

Trustee John Thornton & Mrs. Margaret Thornton

Mr. David Coulter

Mr. Joel Hyatt & Ms. Susan Hyatt

The Rev. Lamell McMorris ’95

Mr. Maceo Sloan, Esq. ’71 & Mrs. Victoria Sloan

Trustee John Wallace

Mr. Ralph de la Vega Mr. Javarro Edwards ’92 & Mrs. Tiffany Edwards

Trustee Frederick Humphries Jr. ’83

Mr. Michael Jordan Mr. Donald Knauss & Mrs. Ellie Knauss

Trustee Emeritus Avery Munnings ’86 & Mrs. Valerie Munnings

Mr. Dwight Smith ’82 & Mrs. Cherylen Smith

Dr. George Wallerstein & Dr. Julie Lutz Trustee Stanley Washington ’85 & Mrs. Karen Washington

Mr. Joseph Press III ’84 & Mrs. Tammy Press

Dr. Robert Steele ’65 & Mrs. Jean Steele

Mr. Derrek Evans ’84

Mrs. Rosa Hudgins Trustee Emeritus James Hudson ’61 & Anne Ashmore-Hudson

The Rev. Dr. Otis Moss Jr. ’56 & Mrs. Edwina Hudson Moss

Mr. Earl Stafford Sr. & Ms. Amanda Stafford

Mr. Alfred Ball ’67

Mr. Charles Harvey & Mrs. Cheryl Harvey

Mr. T. Payne ’63

Trustee A. Scott Bolden, Esq. ’84 & Mrs. Erika Bolden

Mr. Maurice Haywood ’87 & Mrs. Lisa Haywood

Mr. Peter Kight & Mrs. Teresa Kight

Mr. Gary Poliner

Mr. Gary Tooker & Mrs. Diane Tooker

Mr. Michael Rognlien

Mrs. Sally Warner

Ms. Olivia Bonner

Mr. Malik Lee ’03

Mr. Michael Ross ’81

Mr. John Bryan & Neville Bryan

Congressman Earl Hilliard ’64 & Mrs. Mary Hilliard Dr. Donald Hopkins & Dr. Ernestine Mathis Hopkins

Dr. Charlie Rouse ’84 & Ms. Deidre Rouse

Mr. John White ’07 & Mrs. Kethlyn White

Mr. Curley Dossman Jr., Esq. ’73 & Jennifer Dossman

Trustee Emeritus Robert Levin & Mrs. Abby Levin Mr. Dwight Minton & Marian Minton

Dr. David Satcher ’63

Mrs. Sylvia Cook

Mr. John Everett ’60 & Mrs. Bernice Everett

Dr. Alvin Harris ’73 & Alfreda Harris

Dr. Melvin Gerald Sr. ’64 & Mrs. Elinda Gerald

Mr. Raynal Harris Jr. ’91 & Riba Harris

Trustee Eddie S. Glaude Jr.

Mrs. Amy Falls & Mr. Hartley Rogers

JOHN HOPE SOCIETY $250,000 to $499,999 The Rev. Dr. Charles Adams & Mrs. Agnes Adams

The Honorable Andrew Young & Mrs. Carolyn Young

HENRY LYMAN MOREHOUSE SOCIETY $100,000 – $249,999 The Honorable Alfonso Adderly ’60

Mr. Randell Cain Jr. ’91 & Mrs. Cynthia Cain

Mr. Tedd Alexander III ’84 & Mrs. Terri Alexander

Mr. W. Calhoun ’90 & Dr. Alison Graves-Calhoun

Mr. Herbert Allen Jr.

Dr. Allen Carter ’66

Mr. William Bowen & Ms. Mary Ellen Bowen

Trustee James Casselberry & Mrs. Allison Casselberry

Mr. Cecil Brown ’66

Trustee Christopher Cowan ’87 & Mrs. Lynne Cowan Mr. Greg Denton & Ms. Janice Dilworth Mr. Morris Dillard Sr. ’60

Mr. Berry Gordy

Mr. J. Douglas Holladay & Ann Holladay

Mr. Charles Clark ’52

Mr. Michael Duke & Mrs. Susan Duke

Mr. Martin Granoff & Mrs. Perry Granoff

Mr. Linwood Holt, Esq. ’71 & Mrs. Mary Holt

The Rev. Dr. Delois Brown Daniels & Dr. David Daniels III

Mr. William Clement Jr. ’64

Dr. Patricia Chestang Duncan

Howard Buffett

Keith Colburn

Dr. Roderick Edmond ’83 & Mrs. Brooke Edmond

Mr. Gordon Greenwood, Esq. ’84 & Tamika Greenwood

Dr. June Gary Hopps

Mr. Theodore Colbert III ’96

Ms. Susan Buffett

Professor Henry Coleman ’71

Mr. William Edson ’97

Lt. Gen. James Hall ’57 & Mrs. Helen Hall

Dr. Frank Cook ’69 & Mrs. Beverly Cook

Mr. Clinton Elmore ’63

Ms. Aieline Hall

The Rev. Dr. Calvin Butts III ’71


Mr. Oscar Horton Jr. ’66 & Mrs. Delories Horton Mr. Sean Hudson ’90 Mr. Samuel Jackson ’72 & Mrs. LaTanya Richardson

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Mr. Calvin Jackson Jr. ’52

Mr. Marvin Mangham Jr. ’69

Mr. Charles James III ’81* & Jeralyn James

Mr. Kwame Manley, Esq. ’96 & Mrs. Margaret McCloud-Manley

Trustee Samuel Johnson ’89

Mr. Demond Martin & Dr. Kia Martin

Dr. Theodore Jones ’78 & Mrs. Pamela Jones

Mr. Robert Percell ’91 & Mrs. Michelle Percell

Dr. Willis Sheftall Jr. ’64 & Willenor Sheftall

Mr. Roy Terry ’66 & Willo D. Terry

Dr. Roderic Pettigrew ’72 & Mrs. Robin Pettigrew

Dr. Ruth Simmons

Trustee Richard Thaler Jr. & Mary Thaler

Mr. William Pillow ’64

Mr. Rasheed McWilliams ’99

Dr. Isaac Ravizee Jr. ’68

Dr. Butler Jones ’37

Mr. James Milton Jr., Esq. ’77

The Honorable Gordon Joyner, Esq. ’72

Mr. Lee Stephens III ’81 & Lisa Stephens

Mrs. Dawn Tiemann

Mr. Harrison Rayford II ’98

Mr. Clinton Stevenson & Mrs. DeGoria Stevenson

Mr. Cyril Turner ’83 & Sherrie-Ann Straughn

Mr. Earl Nero Jr. ’72 & Mrs. Brenda Nero

Mr. David Reeves ’66

Dr. Herbert Stone Jr. ’65

Mr. Charles Reynolds Jr. ’58

Mr. Jerome Walker ’81 & Mrs. Cherena James-Walker

Dr. Reatha Clark King

Dr. Chudy Okoye ’67

Mrs. Virginia Richardson

Dr. Louis Sullivan ’54 & Mrs. E. Ginger Sullivan

Mr. Pierre Lagrange

The Honorable Hazel O’Leary

Mr. Isom Lowman Jr. ’98

Mr. Stephen Pamon ’91 & Mrs. Helene Pamon

Mr. Ray Richardson ’74 & Mrs. Carmen Richardson

Mr. Robert Mallett ’79 & Mrs. Terri Mallett

Mr. Malcolm Robinson Dr. James Schell II ’49 & Doris Schell

Mr. Christopher Weathers ’88

Mr. Andrew Suzman & Mrs. Ruth Suzman

Dr. Howard Willis ’76

Mr. Timothy Tassopoulos & Mrs. Maria Tassopoulos

Trustee Emerita Dr. Dorothy Cowser Yancey

Mr. Samuel Matchett, Esq. ’81

Dr. Henry Smith III ’74 & Mrs. Cheryl Smith

Mr. Will Wood & Barbra Wood

TRUSTEES’ SOCIETY $50,000 – $99,999 Mr. James Alexander Jr. ’83

Mr. L. Duane Davis ’81

Mr. Clarence Avant & Jackie Avant

Mrs. Denise Day

Dr. Richard Hope ’61 & Mrs. Alice Hope

Mr. Lorenzo Bailey ’70

Mr. Theodore Debro Jr. ’63 & LaJoyce Debro

Mr. Harley Hughey ’62 & Mrs. Naomi Hughey

Dr. E. Ballard II ’77

Mr. Luther Dennis ’50

Mr. M. Douglas Ivester

Mrs. Chacona Baugh

Mrs. Macie Dennis

Mr. Roswell Jackson Jr. ’67

Mr. Kevin McGee ’93 & Mrs. Andrea McGee

Mr. Werten Bellamy Jr. & Kellye Walker

The Rev. William Diggs Sr. ’49 & D. Diggs

Mr. William Jackson ’56

Mrs. Rubye Mills

Dr. Mac Stewart ’63

Dr. Carlton Molette ’59

Mr. Aty Biswese ’03

Trustee James Dinkins

Mr. Bernard Jarvis ’74 & Mrs. Martha Jarvis

Mrs. Marvy Moore

Mr. Roger Stone & Mrs. Susan Stone

Mr. Robert Bolton Jr. ’86 & Tammy Bolton

Mr. Robbie Dix III ’67

Mr. Alan Jenks Ms. Sarah Johnson

Mr. Kyle Mosley ’08 & Mrs. Davlyn Mosley

Mr. James Suber Sr. ’64 & Mrs. Grace Suber

Dr. Herman Bostick ’49

Mr. Eugene Duffy ’76 & Mrs. Norrene Duffy Dr. Byron Edmond ’86 & Mrs. Regenia Carpenter-Edmond

Ms. Marian Johnson

Mr. Keven Patterson ’89 & Mrs. Leslie Patterson

Trustee Dr. Beverly Daniels Tatum

Dr. F. DuBois Bowman ’92 & Mrs. Cynthia Bowman

Dr. Edward Jonas Jr. ’68

Mr. George Petagrew ’87

Mr. Rico Brooks ’95

Mr. Ralph Everett, Esq. ’73 & Dr. Gwendolyn Everett

Mr. Jimmy Jones ’73

Mr. Nathaniel Pitts

Mrs. Isabelle Brown

Mr. Donald Pollock ’59

Mr. Willie Burks ’70

The Honorable J. Jerome Farris ’51

Mr. Wilbur Jones ’44

Mrs. Jean Porter

Mr. David Ferguson ’81 & Mrs. Darlene Ferguson

Mr. Jefrey Jones ’92

Ms. Barbara Burns Hall

Mr. William G. Jurist ’07

Mr. C. Clayton Powell Jr. ’76

Mr. William King Jr. ’52

Mr. Haynes Pressley Jr. ’51 & Mrs. Tonya Pressley

Mr. Gregory Burrell ’90 Dr. Robert Carroll Sr. ’51 Ms. Angela Carter Mr. Bobby Coates ’58 & Mrs. C. Coates Trustee The Rev. Delman Coates ’95 & Yolanda Coates

Ms. Molly Ferrante & Ms. Diana Ferreira

Mrs. Cleopatra Johnson

Ambassador Michael Lawson

Domenic Ferrante

Mrs. S. Leaphart

Mr. Gary Franklin ’80

Dr. Harvey Leslie Sr. ’76

Mr. Dan Frazier

Mr. William Lewis Jr.

Mr. Quinton Glenn Jr. ’75

Mr. Perry Little ’66 & Ms. Sonjia Little

Dr. Cleo Coles Jr. ’58 & Mrs. Marian Coles

Mrs. Yvonne Gloster

Mr. Julius Coles ’64 & Mrs. Jean Coles

Mr. Kelvin Gray ’86

Mr. Jackie Collins ’71

Mr. Albert R. Griffith

Mr. Timothy Collins

Dr. Marshall Grigsby ’68

Mr. Merritt Long ’68 & Mrs. Marsha Long

Mr. James Compton ’61

Mrs. Agnes Harper

Mr. C. Linden Longino Jr.

Mrs. Marjorie Conage

Dr. Emerson Harrison ’82 & Mrs. Cynthia Harrison

Dr. Ray Lundy ’63

Mr. Drake Craig ’89 Dr. George Crawford Sr. ’62

Mr. Benny Hawkins Sr. ’52

Mr. Robert Crews Jr. & Mrs. Deborah Crews

Mr. William Hawthorne III, Esq. ’81 & Mrs. D’Anna Hawthorne

Mr. Daren Mallard ’93 & Mrs. Kimberly Mallard

Mr. John Daniels Jr.

Mr. James Henry ’61

Mr. Seith Mann ’95 & Mrs. Elyce Mann

Mr. Reggie Davis III ’84

Mr. Donald Hense ’69

Dr. Benjamin Martin ’63

Andrew Goldfarb Dr. Demetris Green Sr. ’88

Mrs. Carolyn Davis

Benjamin F. Logan Sr. ’60 & Mrs. Pearl Logan Dr. Michael Lomax ’68 & Cheryl Lomax

Mrs. Shirley Lusby

Dr. Howard McCalla ’95 & Mrs. Alicia McCalla

Mrs. Gwendolyn Smith

Mr. Raymond McClendon ’72

Dr. Robert Steele ’65 & Mrs. Jean Steele Mr. Horace Stephens ’64

Dr. David Thomas & Ms. Willetta Lewis Mr. Henry Thompson Sr. ’66 & Priscilla Thompson Dr. Darryl Tookes ’82 & Venus Tookes Dr. Paul Toomer ’68 & Mrs. Joy Toomer Mr. Mossi Tull ’95 & Mrs. Carmen Tull

Mr. Corbett Price Dr. Milton Quigless Jr. ’70

Mr. Michael Tyler, Esq. ’77 & Mrs. Cathy Tyler

Mr. Shaka Rasheed ’93 & Dr. Lela Weems-Rasheed

Mrs. Denise Tyson

Dr. Joe Ratliff ’72

Mr. Edward Ward ’80

Dr. Walter Reid III ’81 & Dr. Angela Shannon- Reid

Mr. Leland Wayne Mr. Adam Weers ’99

Mr. Ralph Renard

Ms. Dayna Wilkinson

Mr. Guy Richardson ’79 & Mrs. Sharon Richardson

Lt. Col. Ret. Andrew Williams ’64 & Mrs. Ethel Williams

Dr. Mack Roach III ’75 & Mrs. Deborah Roach

Dr. Charles Willie ’48 & Mrs. Mary Sue Willie

Mr. Daniel Rothenberg

Dr. Reginald Willingham ’75

Mr. Benjamin Samuels & Mrs. Marci Rosenberg

Dr. John Wilson Jr. ’79 & Dr. Carol Espy-Wilson

Dr. Thomas Scott Jr. ’67

Mr. Brent Wilson, Esq. ’73 & Trojanell Wilson

Mr. Thomas Scott ’84 & Dr. Rhonda Scott

Mr. Damien Wilson ’99

Mr. James Shelton ’89 & Mrs. Sonya Shelton

Dr. Keith Wright ’87 Mr. Samuel Young Jr. ’70

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Giving Society Honor Roll



Giving Society Honor Roll

PRESIDENT’S SOCIETY $25,000 – $49,999 Mr. David Adkins Dr. Rodney Alan ’96

Dr. Darlene Charles & Dr. Herbert Charles ’64

Mr. John Aldridge ’51 & Mrs. June Aldridge

Dr. Peter Chatard Jr. ’56 & Dr. Patricia Chatard

Mr. George Alexander ’67 & Mrs. Cordelia Alexander Mr. Joseph Alexander Jr. & Mrs. Yolandra Alexander Mr. Ben Almond ’71 & Mrs. Sandra Almond Mr. Marvin Anderson, Esq. ’62 & Mrs. Gloria Anderson

Mrs. Thomasena Grigsby Mr. Arnold Grisham & Mrs. Jane Grisham

Mr. Carlton Maner

Mr. Marlon Sanchez ’94

Dr. Bryant Marks ’94

Mr. Randal Van Childs ’87

Dr. George Sanders ’65 & Mrs. Frances Sanders

Mr. William Coble ’80 & Dr. Barbara Coble

Mr. Michael Harris ’80 & Mrs. Leila Harris

Mr. Jason Mathews

Mr. Brent Fitzgerald Coleman ’88

Mrs. Daisy Harris

Dr. James Conyers ’54

Mr. Fred Hartfield Jr. ’70

Mr. Fletcher Coombs ’50 & Ms. Helen Coombs

Dr. Perry Henderson ’54 & Mrs. Virginia Henderson, Ph.D.

The Rev. Michael Cox ’79

Mr. Grant Hill

Mr. Ulysses Currie ’88 & Mrs. Janet Currie

Dr. Robert Hymes ’89

Mr. Donald Bailey Sr.

Dr. William Jackson ’54

Mr. L. Davis ’81

Dr. Marcellus Barksdale ’65

Mr. Reggie Jackson

Mr. Lloyd Dean

Lt. Col. Patrick Barnwell ’88 & Mrs. Yolanda Barnwell

Dr. Pamela Jackson

Mr. James A. Douglas Jr. ’67

Mr. William James ’67 & Ms. Avis James

Mr. David Duncan ’81 Mr. Robert Edelstein & Mrs. Gail Edelstein

Mr. Darius Jefferson ’96

Dr. Robbye Bell ’88

Mr. Don Edwards, Esq. ’69 & Mrs. Jo Edwards

Mr. Robert Holmes ’58

Mr. Lowell Bennett

Mr. Qian Elmore ’95

Mr. Charles Bibbs

Mr. George Estudillo & Ms. Anastasia Mathis-Belay

Mr. David Johnson ’69 & Delores Johnson

Mr. Ronald Falls Jr. ’00

Mr. Michael Johnson & Mrs. Susan Johnson

Mr. Leonard Bell Jr. ’01 & Ms. Danielle Robinson

Mr. Julian Blackshear Jr. ’63 & Mrs. Lillian Blackshear

Mr. Christopher Hollins, Esq. ’07 Ambassador Howard Jeter ’70 & Mrs. Donice Jeter

Mr. Robert McCann III ’98 Mrs. Angela McClung Mr. W. McCoy ’65 & Mrs. Helen McCoy Dr. Eugene Mccray ’76 Mr. Morris McDaniel ’89 Dr. Dorsey Miller Jr. ’65 Dr. Herman Mixon ’65 Mrs. Harriet Moody Dr. Lois Moreland Ms. Deva Nelson Dr. Rogers Newman ’48 & Mrs. Dorothy Newman

Mr. James Sanders ’51 & Mrs. Rosa Sanders Mr. Shamba Sandy ’06 Mr. Herman Scott III ’60 Dr. Dennis Scurry Jr. ’65 & Dr. Peggy Bannister-Scurry Mr. Khari Simmons ’98 Mr. Chad Simmons ’88 Mr. David Sinbad Mr. Ben Alexander Skyles Jr. ’87 Mr. William Smith ’93 Mrs. Magnoria Smothers Mr. James Snider Jr. Mr. Ratanjit Sondhe Dr. Kenneth Sparks ’74

Mr. Steve Newsum

Mr. Derrick Stafford ’79

Trustee John O’Neill III

Drs. Matthew Stevenson & Kamilah Stevenson

Dr. Dwight Owens ’89 Dr. Orhan Oz ’81 & Mrs. Mondrell Oz

Dr. Eric Tait ’98 Mrs. Sybrnee Thompson

Mr. Marvin Patterson & Mrs. Anne Borders-Patterson

Dr. Charles Trotman ’62 & Jennifer Trotman

Mr. Emanuel Payton ’85 & Mrs. Pamela Payton

Mr. Alphonso Varner

Mr. Walton Johnson Jr. Mr. David Jones ’83 & Sheila Purnell-Jones

Mr. Jonathan Phillips ’84 & Dr. Lynette Wilson-Phillips

Mr. James Webb ’53

Dr. Thomas Jones II ’00

Mr. Wesley Boyd ’61

Mr. Duane Ferrell & Mrs. Tina Ferrell

Dr. Farris Johnson Jr. ’73

Dr. William Finlayson ’48

Mr. Ralph Johnson ’75

Trustee Alan Fleischmann Dr. Dewitt Fortenberry ’86

Dr. Thomas Brewington Jr. ’65

Mr. Gerald Mayfield ’82

Mr. George Trammell ’64 & Mrs. Carolyn Trammell

Mrs. Linda A. Felder

Mr. John Brewer Jr. ’84 & Mrs. Rosalind Brewer

Mrs. Pearl Martin

Dr. Edgar Parker ’60 & Mrs. Mona Parker

Mr. Rufus Bowling Jr. ’59 Dr. Amos Bradford Jr. ’71 & Patricia Bradford

Mr. Thomas Sampson, Esq. ’68 & Mrs. Sholah Sampson

Mr. Douglas Grissom & Mrs. Ann Grissom

Mr. Bob Atchinson & Mrs. Michelle Atchinson

Mrs. Dorothy Bearden

Dr. Audley Mackel III ’77 & Mrs. Sharon Mackel

The Honorable Jeh Johnson ’79

The Rev. George Walker Jr. ’91

Mr. Monroe Brock ’71

Dr. Henry Foster Jr. ’54 & Mrs. St. Clair A. Foster

Mr. Moses Brown Jr. ’75

Mr. Tony Francis

Mr. Michael Bryant ’87

Mr. Carl Kawaja

Dr. Albenny Price Jr. ’78 & Mrs. Helen Price

Dr. Cheryl Franklin & Dr. Robert Franklin ’75

C. Andre Kearns

Mr. Teddy Price ’67

Dr. Guy Williams ’79 & Dr. Bonnie Williams

Mr. Robert Galvin & Mrs. Mary Galvin

Brian Kelly & Robin Kelly Mr. Charles Key Jr. ’84

Mr. Bryan R& ’01 & Dr. Tiffany Rand

Dr. John Williams ’69 & Mrs. Isa Williams

Mr. Cameron Byrd Jr. ’87 Mr. Kahlil Byrd ’91

Mr. Frank Gibson ’55

Mr. DeWayne Reed ’84 & Dr. Anita Reed

Lt. Col. Ret. Andrew Williams ’64 & Mrs. Ethel Williams

Mr. Brian Byrd ’86

Mr. Jon Gibson ’57

Dr. William Campbell ’81 & Mrs. Faye Campbell

Ms. Catherine Giddiens

Dr. Michael Byas-Smith ’83 Ms. Louise Bye

Mr. Reuben Cannon ’02 & Mrs. Alice Cannon

Dr. Maurice Gilbert ’82 & Yolanda Malone- Gilbert Mr. William Goings II ’79

Mr. Garry Capers ’98 & Mrs. Myla Capers

Mrs. Bertha Goodman

Dr. Emmett Carson ’81 & Dr. Jacqueline Copeland-Carson

Mr. Daniel Graham ’02

Mr. Alfred Carson ’57 Mr. Carl Carter ’83 & Sabrina Carter


Mr. Ellis Gordon II Ms. Billie J. Gray

Dr. Delutha King Mr. James Lamar ’60 & Mrs. O Lamar

Dr. Charles West ’66 & Mrs. Janice West

Mr. Jasper Register, Ph.D. ’59

Mr. Anthony Williams ’94

Mr. Edward Lawson ’61

Mrs. Catherine Reynolds

Mr. Rashaun Williams ’01

Mr. Kenneth Lay

Mr. Wayne Reynolds

Mr. Terry Woodard ’81

Mr. Terry Lee

Mr. Sebastian Ridley-Thomas ’09

Dr. Kevin Woods ’99

Mr. Ronald Lemezis & Ms. Rhonda Lemezis

Dr. Reginald Robinson ’90 & Deborah Robinson

Dr. Robert Yancy ’64

Ms. Patricia Lewis-Ferraz

Ms. Charlene Rogers

Cmdr. Donald Long ’64

Mr. Kenneth Saffold ’98 & Mrs. Akilah Saffold

William Youstra & Jennifer Youstra

Mr. Albert Griffith

 Joined Society Level in FY21

Funds for Morehouse | GIVING IMPACT REPORT


Mr. Ian Abbott ’14

Mr. Arshad Ali

Mr. Damion Barrett ’19

Mr. Khalif Ali ’18

Mr. Max Anderson ’83 & Mrs. Angelique Anderson

Mr. Kenneth Bailey ’71

Dr. Shadeed Abdul-Salaam ’00

Ms. Maecher Bailey

Mr. Gary Barrett ’93

Makola Abdullah

Victoria Ali

Mr. Michael Anderson Jr. ’95

Mr. Gregory Barrett ’07

Mr. Tobi Abereoje ’08

Mr. Benjamin Allen ’74

Mr. Paul Anderson

Mr. Rahn Bailey ’86 & Mrs. Theresa Bailey

Mr. Ade Abney

Mr. Brandon Allen ’08

Mr. Ronny Anderson ’99

Ms. Tori Bailey

Katy Barrett

Mr. Oluwadamilola Abney ’12

Mr. Charles Allen ’08

Mr. Steven Anderson II ’19

Mr. Torris Bailey ’71

Doug Barrow

Mr. Terrence Abney ’98

Mr. Christopher Allen ’01

Dr. William Anderson II ’71

Dr. Trenton Bailey ’08

Ms. Jennifer Barrymore

Mr. Shafir Abouzeide ’95

Mr. Frederick Allen

Mr. De’ Andre Cherry ’11

Mr. Bobby Baines ’64

Mr. David Barthelemy ’08

Mr. Olufemi Aboyade ’05

Mrs. Gloria Allen

Dr. Dwight Andrews

Tyrone Baines II

Mayor Sidney Barthelemy

Mr. Edward Abrams ’63 & Mrs. Mary Abrams

Mr. Harvey Allen ’18

Mrs. Linda Andrews

Mr. Anthony Baker II ’14

Mr. Andre Barton ’19

Dr. Herman Allen ’61

Mr. Alexander Andu ’18

Mr. Darius Baker ’07

Mr. Kenneth Bascomb ’90

Mr. Martin Abrams ’91

Mr. John Allen Jr. ’73

Ms. Ms. Angel

Mr. Dorien Baker

Christine Basile

Mr. Samuel Abrams

Mr. Karl Allen ’84


Mr. Eric Baker ’96

Mr. Aaron Bass ’03

Mr. Alan Abramson & Mrs. Cynthia Abramson

Dr. Keith Allen ’86 & Mrs. Darcella Allen

Mr. Da’Quarius Anthony ’15

Mr. Jerrel Baker ’15

Mr. Billy Bass Jr. ’06

Ms. Mary Baker

Jean Accius

Mr. Jelani Bass ’04

Mr. Mark Allen ’90

Mr. Tamlin Antoine ’87 & Mrs. Jamie Antoine

Ms. Sonya Baker

Mr. Joppa Acree ’82

Mr. Eric Antonio ’91

Mr. Kevin Bass ’87

Mr. Marvin Allen ’84

Mr. Wilton Baker ’91

Dr. Luther Adair II ’99 & Mrs. Rachael Adair

Kofi Anim-Appiah

Jonathan & Anya Bassett

Mr. Michael Allen ’19

Dr. Glenn Baldwin ’05

Eric Archer

Ekpedeme Bassey

Natalie Allen

Mr. Ivan Baldwin ’57

Dr. Nelson Allen ’98

Mr. Aston Archibald & Ms. Sherry Archibald

Mr. Drexel Ball ’72 & Brenda Ball

Mr. Nicholas Bassey ’97 & Ms. Lasheka Bassey

Mrs. Hannah Archibald

Mr. Lorenzo Ball Jr. ’97

Mr. Gary Battle ’91

Mr. Bryce Adams Mr. Corey Adams ’93 Mr. Deshawn Adams ’16

Dr. Quentin Allen ’91 & Mrs. Lisa Allen

Ms. Gina Adams

Capt. Travis Allen ’91

Mr. Zyahn Archibald

Mr. Mohamed Balla ’00

Mr. Gino Brogdon, Esq. ’08 & Dr. Jann Adams

Mr. Kofi Arkaah ’90

Mr. Marvin Battle Jr. ’89

Mr. Tristan Allen ’09

The Rev. Amir Ballard ’96

Erica Armaos

Mr. Terrence Battle ’04

Mr. Walter Allen

Mr. Darius Ballard ’19

Mrs. Joyce Baughn

Mr. Geoffrey Alls ’05

Mr. Darren Armstrong ’05 Mr. Dave Armstrong

Mr. Rahmad Bauldrick ’99

Dr. James Allsop ’72

Dr. Robert Ballard ’58 & Ms. En-Qi Ballard

Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp, M.D.

Mr. Chaz Arnett ’03

Ms. Ruby Ballard

Derek M. Alphran

Mr. Tommie Arnold Jr.

Mr. Ian Balom, JD ’07

Mr. Derek Alphran, Esq. ’75 & Mrs. Laura Alphran

Mr. Alan Arrington ’07

Mr. Aaron Baloney ’94

Emerald Adeyemi

Ms. Candace Arrington

Nitash Balsara

Mr. Anthony Agnew ’84

Mr. Robert Alston ’87 Mr. Michael Alterman

Mrs. Marilyn Arrington & Mr. Marvin Arrington

Mr. Allen Baltimore

Mr. Christopher Aiken ’99

Mr. Brandon Banks ’06

Ms. Melissa Akinlawon

Dr. Johnathan Alvarado II ’90 & Mrs. Antoinette Alvarado

Mr. Yaw Asare ’07 Elissa Ashwood

Mr. Jamel Banks ’08

Mr. Adetayo Akisanya ’07

Desiree Alvarez

Mr. Anthony Askew ’08

Mr. Kornelius Bankston ’03

Mr. Aaron-Albert Hargrove ’14

Dr. Idoroenyi Amanam ’04

Ilham Askia

Ronnyne Bannister ’98

Mr. Adrian Albritton ’00

Mr. Anthony Amos Jr. & Mrs. Kimberly Head-Amos

Mr. Darrius Atkins ’16

Mislie Jean-Baptiste

Mr. Thierry Attis ’16

Mr. Thomas Barber ’94

Dr. Charles Alexander ’89 & Ms. Tracy Olawumi-Alexander

Mr. Patrick Amos ’88 Mr. Chucks Anachebe ’19

Mr. Stanley Atwater ’74 & Mrs. Paulette Atwater

Mr. Zedrick Barber ’81

Mr. Christopher Alexander ’08

Dr. Kyle Anders ’00

Shelbi Augustus

Mr. Edward Alexander

Mr. Walter Anders Jr. ’82

Sonja Austell

Mr. Edwin Alexander ’09

Mr. Alan Anderson ’75 & Mrs. Kristine Anderson-Jones

Ms. Albertha Austin

Wayman C. Anderson Jr.

Mr. Willie Austin

Mr. Bobby Anderson Sr. ’69 & Mrs. Joan Anderson

Mr. Garrett Auzenne ’11

Mr. Julius Adams ’81 Mr. Kendall Adams ’17 Dr. Michael Adams II ’05 Ms. Monique Adams Dr. Adewole Adamson ’05

Ms. D. Aileen Dodd

Anthony Aldrich II

Gary Alexander Mr. George Alexander ’67 & Mrs. Cordelia Alexander Mr. Herbert Alexander ’90 & Mrs. Kara Alexander Mr. Julian Alexander ’19

Mr. Brandon Anderson ’15

Mr. Kenneth Alexander ’92

Mr. Carlius Anderson ’00 & Mrs. Tina Anderson

Ms. Kimberly Alexander Jackson

Mr. Corval Anderson ’08

Mr. Michael Alexander ’78

Mr. Corvell Anderson Jr. ’08

Mr. Michael Alexander ’93

Mr. Edward Anderson ’12

Mr. Nathanael Alexander ’09

Drs. Jeffrey Anderson ’97 & Kami Anderson

Mr. Marcus Austin ’08

Ms. Latisha Avery Jahi Awakoaiye Gary Awkard Jr. Mr. Gary Awkard Jr. ’18 Mr. Nathaniel Azali ’04 Terrance Bacchus Mr. Jonathan Bacon ’06 Mr. Samuel Bacote III ’84

Mr. Antrell Banes ’09

Mr. Brendon Barclay ’92 Mr. Dakarai Barclay ’17 Mr. Ivan Barclay ’02 Mr. Kayin Barclay ’12 Mr. Lester Barclay Mr. Caleb Barco Mr. Caleb Barco ’19 Mr. William Bard ’91 Joseph Barden Mr. Joseph Barden ’05 Dawna Barge Elizabeth Barker

Mr. Leighton Batiste ’18

Rahmad Bauldrick ’99 The Rev. Wallis Baxter III ’06 Omari Baye Ambassador Eric Baylor ’08 Mr. Brian Baytop ’00 Chanza Baytop Ms. Erica Bazzell Mr. Damon Beaird ’95 Osakwe Beale Mr. Arthur Bean ’94 Ms. Jacqueline Beard Mr. Darryl Beasley ’83 Mr. Kevin Beasley ’81 Mr. Marcus Beasley ’91 Mr. Thomas Beasley Mr. Malcolm Beason ’20 Mr. Otto Beatty III ’91 Lauren Beaudry Mr. Jason Beazer ’00 Mr. Herman Beck III ’92 Kim Becker Mr. Colin Beckford ’13 Levi Beckwith Braxton Becoats Mr. Lamont Belk ’93

Theodore Barker

Dr. Andre Bell ’91 & Mrs. Yolanda Keller-Bell

Mr. Adrian Barkley ’04

Mr. Antoy Bell ’00 Mr. Cedrick Bell ’91

Mr. Johnny Anderson II ’02

Mr. Paul Badger Jr. ’90

Mr. Eric Barkley ’92 & Mrs. Karole Barkley

Mr. Jon Anderson

Mr. Jonathan Bagley

Mr. Darel Barksdale ’01

Mr. Justin Anderson ’05

Mr. Stanley Bagley II ’82

Fabeain Barkwell ’14

Mr. Kendrick Anderson ’86 & Mrs. Jacqueline Anderson

Mr. Alimou Bah ’10

Mr. Darnel Barnes ’96

Mr. Keith Baham ’01

Mr. Kevin Anderson ’97

David Barnes ’09

Mr. Adrian Bailey Sr. ’10

Mr. Brian Alford ’95

Mr. Leland Anderson ’95

Mr. William Barnes III ’84

Deacon George Bailey ’76

Mr. Leonard Bell Jr. ’01 & Ms. Danielle Robinson

Mr. Leroy Anderson Jr. ’82

Ms. Schonay Barnett-Jones

The Honorable Alford Dempsey Jr. ’72

Mr. Henry Bailey ’07

Dr. Marcus Bell ’05

Mr. Mark Anderson

Mr. Brian Baron Jr. ’97

Mr. James Bailey & Mrs. Charlain Bailey

Mr. Stephen Barr ’91

Mr. Paul Bell & Mrs. Maryann Bell

Mr. Charles Barrett III ’94

Mr. Quinterrence Bell ’12

Mr. Robert Alexander JD ’10 Dr. Ruben Alexander ’07 Mr. Tedd Alexander III ’84 & Mrs. Terri Alexander Mr. Theodore Alexander IV ’17 Mr. Tony Alexander ’94 & Mrs. Gwendolyn Alexander

Mr. Stephen Alford ’93


Mr. Jasom Barrett ’99

MOREHOUSE COLLEGE | July 2020 – June 2021

Mr. Charles Bell ’80 Mr. Demarco Bell ’96 Dr. Donnie Bell Jr. ’03 Mr. Karl Bell ’81


We would like to thank our alumni, benefactors, employees, students, parents, and friends for contributing to Morehouse College in FY21.


Our Network of Friends, Alumni, and Benefactors



Our Network of Friends, Alumni, and Benefactors

Mr. Ryan Bell ’19

Mr. Jason Blake ’00

Mrs. Linda Bowie

Mr. Paul Brister III ’19

Mr. Shabar Bell

Phyllisa Blake

Mr. Brenton Bowles ’93

Mr. Stefon Bristol ’11

The Rev. Stephen Brown ’91 & Mrs. Nicole Brown

Mr. Anthony Bellamy ’86

Yolonda Blake

Mr. Charles Bowman ’96

Andrunette Britt

Mr. Ted Brown ’92

Mr. Danny Bellinger ’92

Mr. Jermaine Blakley ’15

Mr. David Bowman, Esq. ’89

Mr. Antoine Britt ’16

Dr. Travis Brown ’02

Mr. Thomas Bender

Ms. Ardis Blanchard

Mr. Jeffrey Bowman ’00

Dr. Uzee Brown Jr. ’72

Mr. Ryan Benjamin, Esq. ’98

Dr. Malcolm Blanchard ’06

Shamiso Bowora

Mr. George Britt ’88 & Mrs. Merlyn Britt

Mr. Merrell Bennekin, Esq. ’98

Mr. Sean Bland ’05

Merlyn Williams-Britt

Mr. Michael Bruce ’81

Mr. Andrew Bennett ’97

Maia Blankenship ’98

Mr. Paul Bowser ’96 & Mrs. Natasha Bowser

Sean Britt

Ms. Denice Brue, Esq.

Ms. Angela Bennett

Dr. John Blasingame III ’81

Mr. Abdu’L Karim Ewing Boyd

Mr. Derrick Britton ’95

Mrs. Jeanette Brummell

Mr. Anthony Bennett ’88 & Mrs. Donna Bennett

Ms. Laquita Blockson

Courtney Boyd

Philip Brunelle

Mr. Sheldon Blunt ’83

Mr. Christopher Bennett Jr. ’97

Mr. Justin Blyden ’08

Mr. David Boyd Sr. ’81 & Mrs. Leticia Boyd

Mr. James Britton ’03 & Mrs. Carly Britton David Broadie

Mr. Christian Bryant ’10

Mr. Deshaun Bennett ’15

Mr. Qualon Bobbitt ’19

Mr. Brian Broadwater ’02

Mr. Dwight Bryant Jr. ’07

Mr. Eric Bennett ’12

Mr. Dennis Bobo ’92

Mr. Harold Boyd III ’89 & Mrs. April Boyd

Mr. Ernest Broadwater ’69

Suzanne Bock

Mr. James Boyd ’86

Mr. Jacari Bryant ’20

Mr. Geoff Bennett ’02

Mr. Hakeem Brock ’98

Mr. Justin Bryant ’11

Mr. Germany Bennett ’25

Mr. Donald Boddie ’69

Mr. Julian Boyd ’12

Jodi Brockington

Ms. Gina Bennett

Dr. Timothy Boddie ’81 & Mrs. Geulia Boddie

Mr. Keith Boyd ’94

Mr. Michael Brooken Jr. ’94

Mr. Karl Bryant ’95 & Ms. Rochelle Bryant

Mr. Randy Boyd ’17

Mr. Charles Brooks II ’15

Mr. Kevin Bryant ’99

Mr. Wyman Boyd ’00

The Rev. Ernest Brooks III ’05

Lee Bryant

Mr. James Boykin II ’81

Mr. Max Brooks ’01

Ms. Mabel Bryant

Ms. Pearl Boynes

Dr. Michael Brooks ’96

Mr. Martin Bryant Jr. ’70

Mr. Deandre Brabram ’81

Dr. Oliver Brooks ’78

Mr. Michael Bryant ’92

Dr. Amos Bradford Jr. ’71 & Patricia Bradford

Ms. Patricia Brooks

Mrs. Pamela Bryant

The Rev. Stephane Brooks

Mr. Wendell Bryant ’86

Mr. William Brooks ’86

Mr. Jared Bryson

Dustin Brotherson

Mr. Mandingo Buchongo ’08

Mr. Darius Broughton ’04

Mr. Christopher Buck ’08

Mr. Aaron Brown ’11

Dr. Gregory Buck ’81

Mr. Amari Brown ’18

Mr. Kahsavyah Buckley ’19

Mr. Chandler Brown ’18

Devin Budhram

Dr. Christa Brown

Robert Buffalo Jr.

Mr. Christopher Brown ’96

Mr. Justin Buford ’07

Curtis Brown Jr.

Mr. Bernard Bugg ’76

Mr. David Brown ’09

Mr. Caleb Bugg ’17

Derrick Brown Mrs. Donna Brown

Dr. George Bugg & Mrs. Kinmarie Bugg

Dr. Eric Brown ’94

Kenneth Bulle Jr.

Mr. Gerald Brown ’81

Duane Bumpass

Mr. Gregory Brown ’07

Mr. Brandon Burbage ’10 Mr. Demarcus Burke ’17

Kevin Breay

Mr. Howard Brown Jr., Esq. ’66 & Ms. Elizabeth Brown

Mr. Gino Brogdon, Esq. ’08 & Dr. Jann Adams

Dr. Italo Brown ’06

Mr. Logan Burke II ’19 Mr. Thomas Burke

Mr. S Courtney Booker III ’86

Dr. Thomas Cole Jr. & The Honorable Brenda Cole

Mr. Jabari Brown ’11 Mr. Jamelle Brown ’11

Kellye Burkhart

Mr. Harold Booker Jr. ’13

Mr. Brian Brewer ’00

Dr. James Brown ’66

Mrs. Catherine Burks

Mr. James Brown

Ulysses Burley III

Mr. Jason Brown ’01

Mr. Sean Burnett ’10

Mr. Jason Brown ’94

Mr. Duane Burrell ’89

Mr. Kenneth Brown

Mr. James Burroughs ’89

Mr. Kenneth Brown ’90 & Ms. Karla Harness

Mr. Shawn Burroughs ’99

Dr. Kevin Brown ’04 & Mrs. Carmen Brown

Mr. Luther Burse III ’15

Mr. Michael Bennett II ’91 Drs. Mikal Bennett ’00 & Lisa Bennett

Mr. Winston Bodrick ’14

Mr. Quinton Bennett ’19

Mr. Jerome Boger ’77

Tanya Bennett

Mr. Thomas Boger III ’79

Mr. William Benson Jr. ’92 Mr. Lester Bentley ’76

Mr. Ronald Bolden ’87 & Mrs. Gail Bolden

Mr. Jared Benton ’10

Mr. Steven Bolden ’87

Mr. Leonte Benton ’10

Mr. Travis Bolden ’04

The Rev. Troy Benton ’92 Mr. Sam Beresford ’04

Mr. David Bolton ’67 & Mrs. Queen Bolton

Mr. Malcolm Berkley ’96

Mr. Jarrett Bolton ’00

Mr. Lawrence Bradley ’67

Mr. G. Bernard Brown ’67 & Dr. Jasmine Bowers-Brown

Mr. Jeremy Bolton ’98 & Mrs. Traci Bolton

Rawle Brathwaite ’04

Mr. Henry Bernard ’95

Mr. Melvin Bolton ’75 & Mrs. Verna Bolton

Mr. Xavier Brandon ’10

Mr. Robert Bolton Jr. ’86 & Tammy Bolton

Mr. Tony Braswell II ’06

Mr. Shann Bernard ’06 Mr. Leo Bernstein & Mrs. Michelle Doty Mr. Charles Berry Jr. ’97 Mr. Simpson Berry III ’19 Vincent Berry II Mrs. Chera Best Mr. Vincent Bethel Jr. ’72 & Mrs. Dorothy Bethel Sushant Bhasin Biswarup Bhattacharya Mr. Alexander Bibb ’09 Mr. Sekou Biddle ’93 Mr. William Biddle ’89

Mr. Anthony Body ’19

Mr. Dexter Bond ’08 Mr. Justin Bond ’08 Dr. Leslie Bonner ’92 Dr. Marian Bonner Pamela Bonner Mr. Daniel Bookard Mr. Ronald Bookbinder & Mrs. Sylvia Bookbinder Mr. Cliff Booker ’90

Bryan Bradford Mr. Daiquan Bradford ’16 Mr. Mateo Bradford ’99 Mr. John Bradley ’12

Mr. Alex Branch ’92 Mr. Tanner Brantley ’14 Christine Braunlich Ms. Karrye Braxton Mr. Agis Bray III ’00 Mr. Aidid Brayboy ’16 Mr. Stanley Brayboy Jr. ’04 Mr. Dean Brazier ’07

Mr. Harvey Booker Jr. ’01

The Rev. Eric Brewer ’94

Lt. Col. R. Kenyatte Booker ’96

Fred Brewer

Ms. Kiara Booker

Mr. Edward Brice ’03

Mr. Gary Binford Jr. ’96

Mr. Leon Booker ’73

Ms. Cheryl Bingham

Mr. Ronald Booker

Dr. A. J. Brickler & Mrs. Mildred Brickler III

Mr. Sanford Bishop Sr. ’32

Mrs. Alvia Boone

Dr. Alex Brickler IV ’07

Mr. Tywan Bishop ’14

Mr. Jasaun Boone ’01

Mr. Billy Bridgeforth ’08

Ms. Sylvia Black

Ms. Marjorie Boone

Carlton Bridgeforth

Dr. Benjamin Blackburn III ’93

Mr. Christopher Booth ’79

Mr. Ian Bridges ’12

Mr. Victor Blackett ’12

Mr. Steven Booth ’07

Kenneth Blackledge II

Mrs. Anne Borders-Patterson & Mr. Marvin Patterson

Dr. Lloyd Bridges ’89 & Mrs. Tamara Bridges

Mr. David Billinger ’09 Mr. Anthony Billue ’83 & Mrs. Angela Billue

Mr. Roland Blackman ’06 Mr. James Blackmon ’71 Mr. Jeffrey Blackshear, Esq. ’91 Mr. Jordan Blackwell ’19 Dr. Cameron Blair ’06 Mr. Rami Blair ’16 Mr. Akeem Blake ’11 Charlette Graham-Blake

Mr. Billy Briggs ’96

Thamon Borders

Dr. Storm Briggs ’03

Mr. Zelmer Bothic III ’80

Mr. Chris Bright ’04

Zelmer Bothic III

Mr. Daniel Brightwell ’71

Mayor Keisha Bottoms

Mr. Garrick Brim ’06

Mr. Branden Bouvia

Mr. Ethan Brisby ’10

Ms. Debbie Bowden

Mr. Kevin Brisco ’83

Mr. Michael Bowen ’95

Dr. Curtis Briscoe Sr. ’75

Mr. Jon Browne III ’69

Dr. Jordan Brunson ’02

Mr. Levar Burke ’99

Mr. Aiden Burrows Jr. ’97

Mr. Kobie Brown

Drs. Rodney Burt & Janice Riley-Bur

Larry Brown

Col. Dave Burton ’88

Dr. Lawrence Brown ’01

Nikki Burton

Mr. Lyle Brown ’93

Mr. Trevor Burton ’11

Mr. Mark Brown ’96

Mr. Walter Burwell

Mr. Pervis Brown ’95

Sarah Burwick

Mr. Reginald Brown ’14

Ms. Nicole Bush

Mr. Robert Brown Jr. ’11

Mr. Chris Butler

Mr. Robert Brown ’96 & Mrs. Sherrie Proctor

Mr. Damien Butler ’97

Mr. Samuel Brown ’95

Mr. Daryl Butler ’87

Shawn Brown

Funds for Morehouse | GIVING IMPACT REPORT


Mr. Charles Carithers ’05 & Dr. Latarsha Carithers

Dr. Allen Champion ’01

Mr. Michael Clark ’13

Mr. Frank Coleman Jr. ’74

Mr. T. Champion ’90

Mr. Reginald Clark ’02

Mrs. Jacqueline Coleman

Mr. Jabari Butler ’97

Mr. Wilson Carley Jr. ’72 Mr. Joe Carlos III ’04

Mr. Robert Clark & Mrs. Nancy Clark

Mr. Jason Coleman ’17

Mr. Wayne Butler ’83

Mr. Allen Chan & Mrs. Kathryn Chan

Mr. Shahid Butt

Joe Carlos ’04

Mr. Warren Chancellor ’10

Mr. Robert Clark Jr. ’07

Mr. Nathaniel Coleman ’91

Calvin Otis Butts III

Sarah Caro

Mr. Eric Chandler ’03

Mr. Russell Clark ’07

Mr. Rasheen Coleman ’01

Mr. Cassius Butts ’94

Dr. Gene Chandler ’58

Dr. Steven Clark ’00

Ms. Shalanda Coleman

Mr. Kyle Butts ’93

Mr. Sule Carpenter ’98 & Mrs. Natalie Carpenter

Dr. Kenneth Chandler ’87

Mr. Tony Clark ’98

Mr. Kwame Carr ’92

Mr. Trey Coleman

Elizabeth Byer

Mr. Kevin Chandler ’04

Mr. Willie Clark Jr., Esq. ’63

Ms. Terrelle Bynum, Esq.

Mr. Michael Carr ’93

Mr. Will Chandler II

Dr. Benjamin Clawson ’61

Dr. Cleo Coles Jr. ’58 & Mrs. Marian Coles

Mr. Alfred Byrd ’66 & Mrs. Carolyn Byrd

Ms. Patricia Carr

Mr. Wilbur Chaney, Esq. ’67

Mr. Darryl Clay ’95

Mr. Joseph Coles III ’88

Mr. Darin Carrington ’90

Caroline Chang

Mr. Gary Clayton ’88

Mr. Avery Byrd Sr. ’86 & Trina Byrd

The Honorable Terrance Carroll ’92

Dr. Maurice Chaplin ’01

Joan Cleary

Mr. Julius Coles ’64 & Mrs. Jean Coles

Ms. Ayannah Carson

Mr. Kevin Chapman Jr. ’06

Mr. Austin Clement

Mr. Anthony Coley ’00

Mr. Bradley Byrd & Mrs. Stephanie Poole-Byrd

Mr. Tyler Chapman ’14

Mr. Kristopher Colley II ’15

Mr. Chris Byrd ’03

Drs. Emmett Carson ’81 & Jacqueline Copeland-Carson

Mr. Eain Chappell ’11

Mr. Austin Clements ’05 & Mrs. Crystal Clements

Mr. Rod Chappell ’91

Mr. Cabral Clements ’16

The Rev. Jamison Collier ’06

Dr. Joseph Charles ’98

Mr. Kevin Clements ’78 & Mrs. Sheila Clements

Mr. Khari Collier ’18

Mr. Isaac Byrd & Carol Byrd Mr. Michael Byrd ’92 Mr. Richard Byrd ’62 & Dr. Advis Byrd

David Carson

Dr. Marcus Carson ’91 & Mr. Ken Carson Allen Connard Carter

Mr. Kevin Chase ’07

Austin Byrdsell

Mr. Brandt Carter ’02

Mary Chatfield

Hon. Rupert Byrdsong

Mr. Carl Carter ’83 & Sabrina Carter

Mr. Michael Chatman ’78

Dr. Cynthia Carter

Mr. Chase Cheatham ’07

Jack Byrnes

Ms. Esther Carter

Mr. Mark Cheltenham ’95

Carolyn Bystrak

Dr. Hernando Carter ’01

Abraham Chen

Mr. Whitney Cain ’89

Mr. James Carter Jr. ’86 & Mrs. Brigit Carter RN, Ph.D.

Mr. Charles Cherry II, Esq. ’78

Mr. Jeff Byrne & Mrs. Susan Byrne

Major Alzay Calhoun ’01 Mr. W. Byron Calhoun ’90 & Dr. Alison Graves-Calhoun

Mr. Joshua Carter

Mr. Deandre Calhoun ’94

Ms. Kimberly Carter

Eve Calhoun

Dr. Larry Carter Sr. ’64

Kelly Carter

Mr. John Calhoun ’90

Dr. Lawrence Carter II ’94

Dr. William Calhoun ’96 Mr. Michael Calicott Jr. ’16

Mr. Lyndon Carter, Esq. ’07 & Micaella Glenn

Mr. Derrick Callis ’06

Mr. Tor Carter ’88

Mr. David Calloway, Esq. ’04

Mr. Vincent Carter ’14

Mr. Matthew Calloway

Mr. Christopher Carthern ’06

Mr. Trae Camble ’04

Susan Casagrande

Mr. Derrick Cameron ’00

Mr. Blaine Casanave ’11

Mr. Aaron Campbell ’10

Mr. Charles Case ’01

Dr. Alfonso Campbell Jr. ’68

Mr. Earnest Cash ’59

Mr. Christian Campbell ’19

Mr. Olaniyan Cash ’16

Curtis Campbell

Sarah Cashore

Mr. Gregory Campbell ’90

Mr. Josephus Cassell Jr. ’19

Mr. James Campbell ’72 & Edwina Campbell

Mr. Kevin Cassells ’03

Ms. Kimberly Campbell

Mr. Eric Castle ’10

Mr. Quinton Campbell ’07

Ms. Corinne Cater

Ms. Syreeta Campbell Mr. Todd Campbell ’95

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Mr. Charles White Jr. ’87

Mr. Brian Williams

Mr. Carl Willis ’69

Mr. Daniel White

Ms. Carolyn Williams

Ms. Catherine Willis

Mr. Devin White ’12

Jannie Carter Williams

Mr. Eric Willis ’06

Mr. Donovan White ’19

Mr. Chance Williams ’95

Mr. James Willis ’12

Mr. Eric White ’03

Charlie Williams IV

Mr. Jesse Willis ’61

Mr. Ernest White ’90

Mr. Christopher Williams ’95

Mr. Lorenz Willis ’90

Mr. Evan White

Mr. Darin Williams ’06

Dr. Maurice Willis

Mr. Greg White Jr. ’93

Mr. Darrell Williams ’19

Mr. Rahmel Willis ’05

Mr. Gregory White ’79 & Angela White

Mr. Daryl Williams ’97

Dr. Vincent Willis ’03

Mr. Derrick Williams ’13

Mr. James White ’94

Charles Willoughby Jr.

Mr. Earnest Williams ’69

Mr. Jeremy White ’90

Mr. Chibale Wills ’98

Mr. Edward Williams II ’06

Mr. John White ’07 & Mrs. Kethlyn White

Mr. James Wills ’90

Mr. Eric Williams ’10

Dr. John Wills Jr. ’87

Mr. Et’Chane Williams-Towers ’99 Mr. Frank Williams ’01

Mr. Christopher Wharton ’06

Mr. John White Jr. Mr. Julian White Mr. Keith White ’97 & Mrs. Trina White Dr. Khalid White ’02 Kristopher White ’08


Mr. John Whitted ’72

Tselane Sheppard Williams

Mr. Vincent Williams ’06

Lt. Kamau Witherspoon ’95 Christian Witter Christine Witzel Cory Wofford Liz Wolfe Mr. Earnest Womack ’07 Mr. Hajj Womack ’95 London Womack

Mr. Jeffrey Wright ’84

Ms. Sharon Wright

Ms. Maisha Wynn

Mr. David Yarnall ’05 Mr. Larry Yarrell II ’04 Mr. Keenan Yates ’07 The Rev. James A. Platt, M.Div. & Mrs. Barbara Yates Mr. David Yearwood, Esq. ’88 Mr. Kyle Yeldell ’06 Dr. Gerald Yerby ’75 Phillip Yerby Mr. Brian Yocum Mr. Anwar Young ’96

Mr. David Wood ’02

Mr. Billy Young Jr. ’94 & Mrs. Marla Young

Mr. Roger Wood ’66

Mr. Brandon Young

Mr. Arthur Woodard Jr. ’05

Capt. Dwight Young & Joy Young

Mr. Carl Woodard II ’94

Mr. Harold Young Jr. ’74

Mr. Donald Woodard ’89

Mr. James Young ’88

Dr. Lawrence Woodard ’90

Dr. Lance Young ’95

Mr. Terrance Woodbury ’09 Mayor Randall Woodfin ’03

Dr. Michael Young ’94 & Mrs. Rebecca Paschal-Young

Maricia Bennekin Woodham

Mr. Michael Young ’98

Mr. Brennan Woods ’13

Mr. Nathan Young

Mr. Brian Woods ’99

Dr. Pauline Young

Ms. Charlotte Woods-Hampton

Rachael Young

Mr. Kenneth Woods ’73

Mr. Scott Young ’86 & B.J. Young

Mr. Martin Woods ’04

Mr. Sidiq Young ’04

Mr. Zerotti Woods ’14

Terry Young

Dean R. Woodson ’01

Mr. Tyron Young ’11

Mr. Kevin Woolfolk ’96

Dr. Dennis Youngblood ’81 & Susan Funtanilla

Mr. Ralph Woolfolk III ’81 & Mrs. Margul Woolfolk

Mr. Nathan Youngblood ’08

Dae Woolford

Mr. Marques Zak ’05

Mrs. Karyn Wills

Mr. Ken Woolford ’98 & Mrs. Alisha Woolford

Mr. Carlon Zanders ’05

Mr. Noah Wills IV ’15

Mr. George Williams

Howard Woolley

Albert T. Wilson

Douglas Zehner

Mr. George Williams ’62 & Mrs. Karen Williams

Mr. Mckinley Wooten Jr., Esq. ’88

Mr. Anthony Wilson Jr.

Meredith Zevallos

Mr. Akil Word-Daniels ’06

Mr. Avery Wilson

Hiwot Zewdu

Mr. Dante Wormley ’99

Mr. Brent Wilson, Esq. ’73 & Trojanell Wilson

David Zopf

Gregory Worrell

Mr. George Williams III ’97

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Dr. John Weaver ’86


Our Network of Friends, Alumni, and Benefactors



Corporations, Foundations, and Organizations

360 Alumni

The Clorox Company

GIA Publications Inc.

Thurgood Marshall College Fund

Shell Oil Company Foundation

Aaron’s Foundation, Inc.


The Girard Fund

Marta Employees Charity Club

Reed Smith Shaw McClay LLP

Accenture Foundation

Coca-Cola United

Git Lab Inc.

Sony Music Group

Accenture LLP

Coca- Cola Scholars Foundation Inc.

Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund

Martin Luther King Breakfast Committee Inc.

Comcast Corporation

Google Inc.

MAU Workforce Solutions

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta

Google Matching Gifts Program

McKenney’s Inc.

Julian Grace Foundation


State Farm Life Insurance Company

Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Inc.

Medtronic Foundation

State Farm Companies Foundation

Consulate General of Israel

The Merck Foundation

Straughn-Turner Charitable Gift

Cyber Clipboard

Griffith Family Foundation

Merrill Lynch and Co., Inc.

Sullivan Family Foundation Inc.


JB and Lottie Harris Foundation

Metro Fence Industries Inc.

Kevin C. Tang Family Trust


The Hartford Insurance Group

Target Charitable Giving

Deloitte Foundation

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.-HSB Group

State of Michigan Department of Corrections

Advisors Charitable Gift Fund AmazonSmile Foundation American Endowment Foundation American Baptist Home Mission Society/ Common Investment Fund American Family Insurance Dreams Foundation American Express FoundationEmployee Matching American Express Company Velma Mildred Anderson Revocable Trust Kayne Anderson Capital Advisors Foundation

Constellation Brands

Rohit and Katharine Desai Foundation Development Authority of Fulton County Diageo North America


Draper Laboratory

Apple Inc.

DTE Energy Foundation

AT&T Corporation

East Bay Community Foundation

AT&T Foundation

Ebenezer Baptist Church

The AYCO Charitable Foundation

George H. Eddings, Sr. and Alfreda R. Eddings Foundation

Azalea City Chapter of Links

The Robert & Gail Edelstein Foundation Fund

Bank of America Bank of America Charitable Foundation Barings Benevity Blackstone Charitable Foundation The R. Earl Bland and Hazel Bland Mem. Educ. Sch. Foundation The Boeing Company BP Corporation North America BP Foundation Inc. Bright Funds Foundation Built to Win LLC BRK Family Foundation Myla and Garry Capers Trust Mt. Carmel Baptist Church Caterpillar Inc. Celebrating Grace Inc. Centerview Partners Cetera Investment Services LLC Chaplin Family Foundation Charities Aid Foundation of America Charity Vest Inc The Ray Charles Foundation The Chicago Community Foundation The Chicago Community Trust Cisco Systems Inc. Civic Nation The Cleveland Foundation

Congregation Emanu-el of the City of New York The Entangled Group Ernst & Young Foundation ExpressJet Scholarship Fund Inc. The Sherman Fairchild Foundation, Inc. Amy Falls and Hartley Rogers Foundation Fidelity Charitable Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC First Baptist Church First Tennessee Bank Advisors (Foundation) Estate of Dr. Emile T. Fisher The Ford Foundation Ford Motor Company Fund Foster Family Giving Fund

HBO and Co. The HCA Foundation HDI Inc. Health 1st Foundation, Inc.

The Home Depot PAC Match Program

Morehouse Alumni AssociationHampton Roads Chapter

The Howard Johnson Foundation

Morgan Stanley

St. Hubert Enterprises


Huntsman Savile Row

MUFG Union Bank, N.A.

IBM Employee Services Center

National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship

The Institute For Research, Education and Training In Addiction

National Marrow Donor Program

International Paper Company Foundation

National Philanthropic Trust

Interpublic Group JPMorgan Chase and Co.

Network For Good New Yonkers Community Church

Jewish Communal Fund


Jobs with Justice Education Fund

Ogunlesi Family Foundation

Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund Inc./ MBUSA

Ola Omicron Lambda Alpha

Johnson and Johnson

Pfizer Foundation Annual Giving Campaign

The Tom Joyner Foundation Inc.

Points of Light

Greater Kansas City Community Foundation

Porsche Cars North America Inc.

Frances Wood Wilson Foundation Inc.

KPMG Foundation

Georgia Independent College Association Inc.


Jack and Jill of America Inc.

The UPS Store

Georgia-Pacific Foundation Inc.

National Christian Foundation

Intel Corporation

The Fourth Presbyterian Church

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Moody Family Dental, LLC

Morehouse School of Medicine



MK Stevenson Corporation

Harold Hirsch Scholarship Fund

Foundation for the Carolinas

The Frogs Club Inc.

The Minneapolis Foundation

Morehouse College Alumni Chapter of Broward County

Foundation Capital

Friends of Frank Reddick, Political Committee

Microsoft Corporation

Hebert Medical Consulting, Inc

Mitchell Kapor Foundation/ Kapor Center for Social Impact

Freddie Mac

Walter and Shirley Massey Fund

LaSalle Partners Inc.

The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving

The Sorrel Group Spelman Class of 1980 The Springfield Foundation

Target Corporation TD Ameritrade Clearing TIAA Charitable Triangle Community Foundation, Inc. Trinity United Church of Christ Truist Tull Charitable Foundation Inc. Turner Broadcasting System Inc. Turner/WarnerMedia TYJ, LLC UCC of Toms River Russell United Healthcare Services United Way of Greater Atlanta, Inc. United Way California Capital Region United Way of Greater Los Angeles United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey The United Methodist Publishing House UnitedHealth Group The Uplifters Club, Friendship Baptist Church UPS Foundation US Bank Vanguard Charitable Verizon Foundation Visa USA

PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP

VMware Foundation


Washington Hardware and Furniture Company

Prudential Financial Inc. PSEG Power of Giving Campaign

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Wheat Street Baptist Church

Laurel Strategies

Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc.

LegacyTree Foundation


Woods Family Charitable Fund

Eli Lilly and Company Foundation

Renaissance Charitable Foundation Inc.

YourCause, LLC for PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

The Rich Foundation Inc.

M.B. and Edna Zale Foundation

Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation

Zion Hill Baptist Church

LinkedIn Corporation LKeeneArt Georges Lurcy Charitable and Educational Trust John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

The Winston Salem Foundation

Schwab Charitable Fund Charles Schwab

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Monique M. Dozier Vice President and Chief Advancement Officer

LaQuita Green Donor Recognition Coordinator

James Shaw ’87 Associate Vice President for Development

Armani Hansell Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Student and Parent Engagement

Joshua E. Carter Associate Vice President for Advancement Administration Chief Annual Giving Officer Michael Cade Director of Development, Intercollegiate Athletics and Student Services Tiffani P. Baker Senior Associate Director Advancement Gift Administration Jamela M. Benjamin Senior Reports Developer Elizabeth G. Bennett Senior Director of Technology Business Intelligence and Reporting Karon Chambliss Assistant Director of Corporate Foundation Relations and Proposal Writer D. Aileen Dodd Senior Director of Advancement Communications and Digital Strategy Rhonda I. Elmore Director of Donor Relations, Scholarship and Endowment Administration


MOREHOUSE COLLEGE | July 2020 – June 2021

Oshiona M. Mathis Gift Accountant Advancement Services Justin Nwokeji Director of Development, Business, Math, Science, and Technology Alexandria M. Peters Executive Assistant and Office Manager Nicole Randall Director of Development, Humanities, CTEMS, and Creative and Performing Arts Johntavis Williams Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Alumni Giving, and Engagement Heather Varian Director of Annual Giving Louis M. Wright Senior Director of Development, University Initiatives Sandra D. Yates, CFRE Senior Director of Advancement Services

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The mission of Morehouse College is to develop men with disciplined minds who will lead lives of leadership and service. A private historically Black liberal arts college for men, Morehouse realizes this mission by emphasizing the intellectual and character development of its students. In addition, the College assumes special responsibility for teaching the history and culture of Black people.


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