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»» ( Photo Top-Left ) Dr. Yancy poses with members of the Weldon-Seaboard Alumni Chapter during their annual check presentation to the University. Weldon-Seaboard is the oldest established University Alumni chapter. »» (Photo Top-Right) Dr. Yancy and Larry Williams share a laugh during the annual Alumni Homecoming Banquet. »» (Photo Bottom-Left) Dr. Yancy poses with Shirley Wilkins-Nimmons, President of the Raleigh (NC) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. »» (Photo Bottom-Right) Members of the Raleigh-Wake Alumni Chapter present Dr. Yancy with a $10,000 donation. It was the first of two $10,000 donations the chapter presented during the 2012-2013 academic year.


University Leadership BOARD OF TRUSTEES CATEGORY I Randolph Bazemore Joseph N. Bell, Jr. Thomas F. Darden George C. Debnam Carolyn Ennis David C. Forbes Willie E. Gary John I. Kester Wilson Lacy H. Donell Lewis John H. Lucas Ol’Bunmi Peters James Thornton Guthrie L. Turner, Jr. David Walker Ida Silver Wiggins A. Hope Williams Lorenzo Williams Sean Woodroffe CATEGORY II Audrey Battle Linda Bryan Haywood Gray Wilberforce Mundia Howard W. Parker James Shaw Brandon Moyer(SGA)

CATEGORY III EMERITI Stanley Alexander Thomas J. Boyd Geneva B. Chavis Melvin Clark Chancy R. Edwards W. B. Lewis DIGNITARIES Evander Holyfield Don King UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT Dorothy Cowser Yancy, PhD EXECUTIVE TEAM Debra Latimore, MS, CPA Vice President for Fiscal Affairs Evelyn Leathers, MS Vice President for Institutional Advancement Cecil McManus, PhD Director of the Office of Strategic Planning, Institutional Research and Effectiveness (OSPIRE) Jeffrey A. Smith, PhD Vice President for Student Affairs and Administration Marilyn Sutton-Haywood, PhD Vice President for Academic Affairs

Writers & Contributors Writer: Odessa Hines, Director of Public Relations Designer: Reneé Saddler, Webmaster Contributing Editors: Sherri Fillingham, Sports Information Director Office of Fiscal Affairs | Office of Institutional Advancement | Office of Strategic Planning, Institutional Research and Effectiveness Photographers: Rick Crank, Sherri Fillingham, Odessa Hines Steven Worthy


CONTENTS

Year in Review 6 Faculty Highlights 9 Student Highlights 12 Athletic Highlights 14 The Yancy Years 16 Alumni Giving 18 Honor Roll of Donors

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Financials 35


MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

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s my time at Shaw draws to a close, I am proud to present my final President’s Report. The challenges were many -- a tornado, financial uncertainty, slowing enrollment, -- but what we have been able to achieve has been nothing short of extraordinary.

When others thought our doors would close permanently, we rose to the occasion, by stabilizing our finances and doing more with less. Not only did we remain open, but we thrived, enrolling the largest first-year class in the history of the University during the fall of 2010. We faced adversity a second time in April 2011 when a tornado destroyed our campus and forced us to close before semester’s end. Despite our difficulties, we endured and our students, faculty and staff continued to achieve, succeed and flourish. We have witnessed two faculty members, Dr. Lonieta Cornwall, Associate Professor of Music and Dr. Bobbie Little, Associate Professor of Elementary Education and Field Placement Coordinator, both receive the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, the highest honor a North Carolina governor can bestow upon a citizen of the state. In addition, Dr. Little was chosen as one of the Top 25 Professors of Education in North Carolina. Our students excelled as well. During her freshman year, Sherice Neil received a $30,000 scholarship from Taco Bell. Lolia Kienka followed her 2012 CIAA Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year honor with the 2013 CIAA Woman of the Year award. She is currently a student at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland pursuing a graduate degree in international business. We owe so much of our success to professors and students like Dr. Little and Lolia. The good work we have started will not end with my departure. I am confident that our campus community, alumni, donors and supporters will continue to move the University forward. For 148 years, Shaw has remained true to its mission and educated the world’s best and brightest students. With your dedication and unwavering support, our great University will not only continue its mission, but exceed expectations for the next 148 years and beyond. Sincerely,

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ACADEMIC YEAR IN REVIEW AUGUST »» The Shaw and Duke Divinity Schools sign a sharing agreement that allows faculty, staff and students from each institution to borrow books and other items from the other institution’s divinity library. The first agreement of its kind between the two divinity schools, it also includes onsite access to selected Duke Divinity licensed databases.

2012

appreciation and thanks for receiving the scholarship as it “helped her to attend the college of her choice to pursue a career as a therapist.” »» Shaw trustee and alumnus Dr. John H. Lucas ‘40, is honored during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Lucas Middle School in Durham, NC. The school was named in honor of Dr. Lucas who served as Shaw’s interim president from 1986 to 1987.

»» David Selman, a 2009 Shaw graduate, introduces the First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, at a reelection rally in Philadelphia. Selman was the Southwest Philadelphia Field Organizer for Obama for America, President Obama’s re-election campaign.

OCTOBER

SEPTEMBER

Obama and Selman

»» Students from the University’s Athletic Training program participate in the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance. Along with other local organizations, Shaw students spent the day mulching and protecting trees that remained standing after the April 2011 tornado that damaged extensive portions of Downtown Raleigh, including the University. »» Freshman Margaret White was one of 36 students to receive the United Parcel Service (UPS) Foundation Scholarship through the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU). UPS Division Manager and Independent College Fund of NC Board member, Nicole Brandon, presented a check for $86,400 for student scholarships at the 36 independent colleges and universities in North Carolina. White expressed 6 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

Dr. John H. Lucas (center)

»» Tyree’ V. Smith, a senior Recreational Therapy major, is chosen to represent Shaw in the “105 Voices of History-5th Year Celebration” choir performance. The “105 Voices of History” is a national collegiate choir representing every HBCU in the nation. »» The University names Debra K. Latimore as Vice President for Fiscal Affairs and Evelyn Leathers as Vice President for Institutional Advancement. Latimore is a Certified Public Accountant and previously served as the University’s Interim Vice President for Fiscal Affairs. Leathers previously served as Vice President for Institutional Advancement at Wiley College in Marshall, TX. »» Alumnus Art Anthony ‘74 is elected first vice president of the State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC), Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 2008. SEANC, headquartered in Raleigh, is an advocacy organization for active and retired state employees.


NOVEMBER »» The Shaw University Athletic Booster Club makes a $10,000 donation to the Athletic Department in a check presentation held before the October 27th football game against Winston-Salem State. The gift is the largest the group has made to the Athletic Department. The funds will be used to cover scholarships and operating expenses.

patients; genetically transforming the stevia plant for mass production; and analyzing the effects of microgravity on the skeletal system.

FEBRUARY »» Shaw athlete Chuck Hinton, the last player for the Washington Senators to hit .300, and who later became the head baseball coach at Howard University and the founder of the Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association, died at his home in Washington, D.C. at the age of 78. Born in Rocky Mount, Hinton played football, basketball and baseball at Shaw and served two years in the Army in the 1950s. »» Social Work students from the University’s Greenville CAPE Center, collect school items for pre-kindergarten (pre-k) students for their “Hearts for Head Start” service project. The pre-k students received the items in gift bags for Valentine’s Day and the project was featured on Greenville television station WITN.

DECEMBER

Members of the Booster Club

MARCH

»» Alumna Felicia Evans Long ‘94 and her husband Tim Long celebrate the opening of their new confectionery store Sweet Candy Café, in Lumberton, NC. Sweet Candy Café sells old-fashioned candies from the past and present.

2013 JANUARY

»» President Yancy receives the Dr. Dorothy I. Height Leadership Award at the 22nd International Salute to the Life and Legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast Ambassador Celebration in Washington, D.C. This Koukku-Ronde and Yancy annual event recognizes leaders around the world who embody the spirit and teachings of Dr. King and the legacy of civil rights activist Dorothy I. Height. »» Former Athletic Director Alfonza Carter is named to the 2013 Class of the John B. McLendon, Jr. CIAA Hall of Fame. Carter served in a variety of roles at Shaw for more than three decades, including Head Men’s and Women’s Basketball Coach, Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, Director of Admissions and Interim Dean of Enrollment Management. Currently, he is the University’s Dean of Students. »» Shaw hosts the Second Annual Student Research Symposium. The symposium showcased ongoing undergraduate and graduate research from students enrolled at Shaw, St. Augustine’s and North Carolina State Universities. Topics presented included analyzing the health behaviors of Jamaican prostate cancer

CAPE Social Work students

»» The University hosts its UNCF “A Mind Is” Annual Giving Banquet and Gala fundraiser that honors outstanding community and national leaders for their commitment to excellence in education. The event recognized Progressive Business Solutions President, Albert (Tim) Catlett; Shaw University Board of Trustees Member, Dr. David C. Forbes; Duke Energy Vice President - Corporate Public Affairs, Hilda Pinnix-Ragland; The Happy Face Preschool Founder and Owner, Joyce Robinson; and Former Deputy Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Maria F. Spaulding. During the 2012-2013 academic year, Shaw students received more than $112,000 in UNCF scholarships. »» Eighteen Shaw students participate in the HBCU Legislative Lobby Day held at the NC General Assembly. This annual event, hosted by Common Cause NC, trains HBCU Legislative Lobby Day students from local HBCUs to effectively lobby their state representatives on legislative issues. WWW.SHAWU.EDU | 7


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ACADEMIC YEAR IN REVIEW APRIL »» Alumnus Dr. David C. Forbes, Sr. ’62, also a member of the Shaw University Board of Trustees, is named to the Raleigh Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony was held on October 7, 2013 in the Raleigh Convention Center. »» The University receives a $100,000 grant from the Cannon Foundation. The funds will be used to make repairs and renovations to the Fleming Kee and Dimple Newsome residence halls. »» Shaw is selected as a Flagship Campus for the project “A Network for Understanding the New Europe” at New York University (NYU). The University and 19 other Flagship Campuses will sponsor faculty members to serve as Institutional Ambassadors for faculty development seminars.

MAY

»» Alumnus Dr. Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr. ’75, President of Voorhees College and noted civil rights activist, delivers the University’s commencement address. Sellers is most recognized for his involvement in the “Orangeburg Massacre” where a violent struggle between police and protesters left three men dead and 27 wounded, including Sellers. The police officers involved were acquitted and Sellers was convicted and imprisoned on rioting charges. »» Dr. Bobbie Little, Assistant Professor of Elementary Education and Field Placement Coordinator, was chosen as one of the Top 25 Professors of Education in North Carolina. Dr. Little was selected based on her influence in the field of education and as a recipient of the Order of the Long Leaf Pine Award - the highest honor a North Carolina governor can Little bestow upon a North Carolina citizen. »» Alumna Dr. Tashni-Ann Dubroy ‘02, Chair of the University’s Department of Natural Sciences and Mathematics and Assistant Professor of Chemistry, was featured in the May issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine as a “Fun, Fearless, Female.” Dubroy and business partner Tiffani Bailey Lash, were recognized for starting the “Brilliant and Beautiful Foundation,” a nonprofit that encourages young women to study the field of science.

Yancy and Butts

»» The U.S. Small Business Administration and Shaw sign a Strategic Alliance Memorandum (SAM). The SAM is a joint effort by the University and SBA to promote small business through education and community outreach. »» The General Baptist State Convention of North Carolina presents President Yancy with a $75,000 donation during the University’s annual Baccalaureate Service. A key financial supporter of the University, one of the Convention’s primary purposes is to raise money Yancy and Gray from North Carolina AfricanAmerican Baptist churches to support Shaw. 8 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

JUNE »» CSPAN visits the campus when the cable network made a stop in Raleigh during its 2013 Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) Tour. The tour included an interview with President Yancy about Shaw’s legacy. It also featured the history and literary life of the Raleigh community. »» Alumnus Edward R. Mason, Sr. ‘62 is named to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association (NCHSAA) “100 To Remember Administrators’ List.” The NCHSAA marked its 100th year in 2013 and as part of its centennial celebration, the NCHSAA released a series of “100 To Remember” lists.


FA C U LT Y H I G H L I G H T S PUBLICATIONS »» Marnie Arkenberg, PhD, (Department of Social Sciences) published “Using Dynamic Systems-Based Technology as a Model for Learning to Write May Lead to Expertise” (coauthored by Nelson) in Digital Tools for Writing Instruction in K-12 Settings: Student Perception and Experience, 2013.

»» Moses Goldmon, EdD, (Divinity

School) published “Learning and Developing Individual Exercise Skills (L.A.D.I.E.S.) for a Better Life: A Physical Activity Intervention for Black Women” (coauthored by Bruce, Gizlice, Heil, Karanja, and Whitt-Glover) in Contemporary Clinical Trials, 33, 1159-1171, 2012. He also published “Circles of Care: Development and Goldman Evaluation of a Peer Support Model for African-Americans with Advanced Cancer” (coauthored by Armstrong, Corbie-Smith, Elliott-Bynum, Green, Hanson, Hayes, Lucas and Peacock) in Health Education & Behavior, 39(5), 2012.

»» Farrukh Hakeem, PhD, (Department of Social Sciences)

published Policing Muslim Communities: Comparative International Context (Springer Publishing), coauthored by Haberfeld and Verma.

»» Cheryl Kirk-Duggan, PhD, (Divinity School) published

“Globalization: Theology and Narrative” in The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theology (Oxford University Press) edited by Mary McClintok Fulkerson and Shelia Briggs. She also published “Precious Memories: Rule of Law in Deuteronomy as Catalyst for Domestic Violence” in Exodus and Deuteronomy; Texts@Contexts (Fortress Press) edited by Athalya Brenner and Gale Yee.

»» William Thurston, PhD, (Divinity School) published

P.R.O.V.E.R.B.S. D.I.E.T. Wellness Plan (Proverbs Lifestyle Partners), coauthored by Boston.

»» Khodr Zaarour, MA, (Department of Social Sciences)

published “Afghanistan: to 2015 and Beyond” in CHOICE, March 2013.

PRESENTATIONS »» Teri Burnette, MFA, (Department of Mass

Communication) presented “Honey Boy” at the Hayti Heritage Film Festival in Durham, NC on February 10, 2012 and at the 11th Annual North Carolina Black Film Festival in Wilmington, NC on March 22-25, 2012.

»» Marnie Arkenberg, PhD, (Department

of Social Sciences) presented “Ghosts and Values: How Ethical Decision Making Haunts Our Curriculum” at the 9th Annual Elon University Teaching and Learning Conference in Elon, NC in August 2012. Arkenburg She also presented “How to Teach Dogs, Kids, and College Students New “Tricks” at the William Peace University Lunch and Learn Series in Raleigh, NC in November 2012.

»» Harriette Bailey, EdD, Bobbie Little, EdD, Linda Reynolds, MA and Lucy Wilson, MA, presented “Using Pedagogical Concepts to Transform Student Learning” at the North Carolina Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators Forum in September 2012.

»» Tashni-Ann Dubroy, PhD, (Chair, Department of Natural

Sciences and Mathematics) presented “From the Benchtop to the Boardroom: STEMulating Economic Growth through Small Business Innovation” at the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers Conference in Washington, D.C. in September 2012.

»» Bruce T. Grady, EdD , (Dean, Divinity

School) presented “Transforming the Post Civil War Attitudes toward Higher Education: African- Americans in the Tar Heel State” at the National Gathering of the History of Education Society in Seattle, WA in November 2012.

»» David Izzo, PhD, (Department of

Grady

Humanities) presented “Setting a Foundation for College Composition: The Cardozo High School Writing-ReadingLiterature Program” at the fifth annual North Carolina Symposium on Teaching Writing at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC in February 2013.

»» Wilberforce Mundia, PhD, (Department of Religion

and Philosophy) presented “Evil and Some Paradigms of Paradox” at the Sino-American International Research Forum at St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, NC in April 2013.

»» Harold Ramcharan, PhD, and Bharat Rawal, PhD,

(Department of Computer Science and Information Systems) presented “A Split Protocol Technique for Web Server Migration” (coauthors Liang, Karne and Wijesinha) at the International Workshop on Core Network Architecture and Protocols for Internet in Las Vegas, NV in October 2012. They also presented “Multi-Client/Multi-Server Split Architecture” (coauthor Berman) at the 11th Annual Workshop on Network and Systems Support for Games in Venice, Italy in November 2012. WWW.SHAWU.EDU | 9


FA C U LT Y H I G H L I G H T S PRESENTATIONS

»» Jeffrey Richards, PhD, (Divinity School) was appointed

»» Carmen Walker, PhD, (Department

of Social Sciences) presented “Academic Mentoring Model” at the North Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities fall 2012 Independent College Access Network Meeting at Guilford College in Greensboro, NC in October 2012.

»» Paul Wilson, PhD, (Department of

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Religion and Philosophy) presented “How Boring Can Heaven Be?” at the North Carolina Religious Studies Association Annual Meeting in Wilmington, NC in November 2012.

»» Désiré Baloubi, PhD, (Chair, Department of Humanities) was appointed to the scientific committee/editorial board of the Elizabeth City State University’s International Multidisciplinary Journal.

»» Kenneth Hinton, MA, (Department of Visual and

Performing Arts) directed the stage play “Homegirls” at the Murphey School in Raleigh, NC on March 28 and March 31, 2013.

»» Rochelle King, (Dean, Enrollment Management,

Director of Financial Aid) - Contemporary Black Women Writers

»» James Kirkley, PhD, (Chair, Department of Religion and Philosophy) Understanding the New Europe: Immigration

»» Vonda Reed, PhD, (Department of Natural Sciences »» Jeffrey Smith, PhD, (Vice President, Student Affairs

and Administration) - Reframing Gender: Men, Women, and the State

Hinton

School) attended the White House Briefing on Gun Violence in January, 2013 in Washington D.C. for a national convening and briefing on the faith response to gun violence. Organized by the People Organizing to Change Communities (PICO) Lifelines to Healing Campaign Clergy, the gathering included representatives from President Obama and Vice President Biden’s offices and other interfaith, interracial clergy and religious leaders.

»» Paula Moten-Tolson, EdD , (Chair,

Department of Education) was selected as a member of the National Advisory Committee for Birth-Kindergarten Praxis II. She was nominated by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. Moten-Tolson

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Sciences) - Play, Games, and Education in the Digital Age

and Mathematics) - Evidence-Based Biology Teaching

»» Mma Kalu, PhD, (Chair, Department

»» Cheryl Kirk-Dugan, PhD, (Divinity

»» Seven faculty and staff members were selected to participate in the New York University Faculty Resource Network (NYUFRN) summer 2013 Seminars. They participated in the following seminars:

»» Renata Dusenbury, PhD, (Dean, College of Arts and

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

of Business and Public Administration) was selected as a reviewer for the Administration and Society Journal. The journal is ranked 9th out of 45 journals in the field.

to the Board of the International Theological Education Ministries, a religious, charitable, educational and nonprofit corporation serving in the countries of the former Soviet Union, Central and Eastern Europe. He was also appointed to the Board of the Training Pastors International, an organization involved in working with pastors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

»» Marilyn Sutton-Haywood, PhD, (Vice President, Academic Affairs) - Leadership in Fundraising

»» Carmen Walker, PhD, (Department of Social Sciences - Understanding the New Europe: Immigration


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STUDENT HIGHLIGHTS

PRESENTATIONS

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

»» Akeem Banks, Brandon Banks and Lolia Kienka presented at the Minority Access Conference in Orlando, FL on September 28-30, 2012.

»» Shirnetta Alexander, Ebony Aull, Janel Baxter, Alese Brown, Brittney Brown, Rashard Coleman, Asia Douglas, Assata Green, Tanzania Green, Shatia Kelly, Jessica McNeal, Aliyah Moore, James Parker, Diamond Pennington, Sivad Shaw, Darrius Smith, and Nakisha Williams were all accepted into Alabama A&M University’s Graduate School in Huntsville, AL. In addition, Janay Sweat and Iesha Waterman were also accepted to Alabama A&M’s Graduate School and will enroll in the spring of 2014.

• Akeem Banks presented “Developing Countermeasures to Enhance Performance during Long Space Flights by Researching Astronauts Autobiographies.”

Brandon Banks

• Brandon Banks presented “An Examination of Lifestyle Practices of Jamaican Men with Prostate Cancer.” • Kienka presented “Health Seeking Behaviors of Jamaican Prostate Cancer Patients of African Descent.” »» Destinii Dixon, Morgan Moore, and Deanthony Ward presented “I3: Innovative Inexpensive Interventions” at the 2013 North Carolina Recreation and Parks Association Annual Meeting in Cary, NC on March 18-19, 2013. »» Travis Judkins presented “Ecumenic Pluralism as Transforming Catalyst in the 21st Century,” at The Holy Spirit and the Christian Life Conference at Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA on March 1-2, 2013. »» Kimberly Martin presented “An Examination of Lifestyle Practices of Jamaican Men with Prostate Cancer” at the Second Annual Fayetteville State University Student Research Conference in Fayetteville, NC on April 12-13, 2013.

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Shaw Graduates attending Alabama A&M

»» Brandon Banks and Danielle Green were among six students recognized at North Carolina State University’s Lawrence M. Clark University Community Dinner held in March. Each student received a $500 scholarship. »» Princeanna Brooks and Christina Jackson participated in the N.C. Department of Transportation’s (NCDOT) “2013 Historically Black Colleges and Universities - Minority Institutions of Higher Education” summer internship program. During the 10-week program, they were placed in intensive assignments with NCDOT and other transportation-related partners throughout North Carolina.


»» Cassandra Burney received an internship with PriceWaterhouseCooper LLC accounting firm in Charlotte, NC. She also attended the annual meeting of the National Association of Black Accountants in Atlanta, GA on September 27-28, 2012. »» Manel Ben Cheikh, Peter Chouquette, Burney Dorothy Wade and Shasane Watson were named winners in Shaw University’s Department of Humanities Annual Reading and Writing Contest. • Cheikh won for his short story “Navigating Ambiguity.” • Chouquette won for his analytical writing submission “Tupac Shakur - Ambition over Adversity.” • Wade won for her reading submission “Internal Struggles in Young Goodman Brown.” • Watson won for her poem “Four Walls.” »» Nyasha Cooper was accepted into New York University’s Collegiate and Professional Sports Operations Department to earn a master’s degree in Sports Business. »» Anthony Francis, Anita Ilonze, Kimberly Martin, Matthew Morgan-Pegues, Nathan Weeks, Na’eem Wilkins and Evelyn Witting participated in the “Shaw in Jamaica MoN Project,” a residential internship at The University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, in Kingston, Jamaica. The students spent the summer researching the attitudes and behaviors of Jamaican men including their awareness, knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, behaviors and risk perceptions related to prostate cancer and screening.

»» Lolia Kienka was named the 2013 CIAA Woman of the Year. The award recognizes a student-athlete who has distinguished herself throughout her collegiate career in academic achievement, athletic excellence, community service and leadership. She graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts Kienka in International Relations, a minor in Accounting and a 3.91 grade point average. Kienka is attending the University of St. Andrews in Scotland to pursue a postgraduate degree in international business. »» Dominique Lewis and Lionel Morgan received internships at Eaton Corporation, a power management company with approximately 102,000 employees that sells products to customers in more than 175 countries. »» Dwayne Seegars Jr. received an internship with KPMG, a global network of professional firms providing audit, advisory and tax services in Raleigh, NC. »» Destinii Smith was accepted into the 2013 Summer Program for Future Doctors at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.

Seegars

»» The University Choir performed for the City Wide Observance of MLK Day in Meymandi Concert Hall at the Progress Energy Center in January 2013.

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AT H L E T I C H I G H L I G H T S The Sports Roundup for 2012-2013

The Year of the Lady Bears The 2012-2013 athletic year saw improvement in almost every sport, with two women’s teams - basketball and tennis - earning CIAA championships. One other - men’s tennis - earned an NCAA berth.

FALL The football team, on the arm of James Stallons, rewrote the Shaw passing record book, claiming all but one single game and season record. The volleyball team improved greatly over their 2011-2012 campaign, winning ten games, and coming within one point - the third tiebreaker - of making the CIAA tournament. The young team lost only one senior and looks to be in position to make a strong run at the tournament this season. The men’s cross country team had their highest finish ever in the NCAA Regional Championship. The women’s team, featuring mainly freshman runners, is looking to make strides in the 2013 season.

The women’s basketball team continued their winning ways, coming off their national championship season with another strong performance, despite the loss of eight players from the championship team. With a strong non-conference schedule behind them, the Lady Bears dropped their first CIAA game of the season to Elizabeth City State, but then won nine straight to firmly announce their intention to take yet another CIAA Championship. Shaw finished the conference schedule 13-3, earning the top seed in the CIAA Tournament. The Lady Bears then swept through the tournament, claiming their third straight title, before advancing to the NCAA tournament. The Lady Bears were recognized by the Raleigh City Council for their accomplishments, which included a 25-5 record.

WINTER As the calendar turned to the winter months, Shaw’s bowlers and basketball players took to the lanes and courts. The bowling team qualified for the CIAA tournament while the men’s basketball team closed the regular season with a threegame winning streak. The men finished the season 16-11, 10-6 in the CIAA.

Lady Bears

Men’s Basketball vs. UNC

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SPRING As the weather warmed, Shaw’s spring teams took to the field - with almost all of them improving on the previous year’s performances. The softball team, led by Head Coach Kimberly Miller, initiated a new event this past season, hosting the first Shaw University Softball Challenge. The challenge drew 25 teams and raised funds for the athletic department. A number of teams also took part in a community service activity, Women’s Tennis teaching young softball players some basic skills and exercises. Next year’s challenge promises to be even bigger and better. The men’s tennis team fell just short of their ninth straight CIAA title, but still earned a berth in the NCAA tournament. The Bears had an outstanding season - once again going through regular season conference play undefeated. Three tennis Bears - Juan Sanchez, Charles Silva and Andre Monti - were named to the prestigious CIAA Commissioner’s All-Academic Second Team. The Commissioner’s team recognizes 20 student-athletes from all sports and all schools who have excelled on the field of competition and who have at least a 3.2 GPA. These athletes are the best of the best that the CIAA has to offer. The women’s tennis team not only swept through the CIAA regular season undefeated, but claimed their third CIAA Tournament Championship in four years and earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament. They finished their season with a strong performance against regional power Indiana (PA), dropping a 5-3 nail biter that came down to the final two games.

Year for her successes on the court, in the classroom and in the community. It is the only career honor presented by the conference each year. Kienka graduated in May with a double major in business and international relations with a 3.91 GPA. Both the men’s and women’s track and field teams were extremely Kienka young, but by the CIAA Championships, Shaw had developed some strong performers. Darian Brown was named All-CIAA in the men’s 110-meter high hurdles, Morgan Moore for the women’s discus throw, and Marquise Brown for the men’s long jump. The Bears also had some strong performances in the relay races. Most importantly, 35 student athletes crossed the stage and got their diplomas in May - and eight of the studentathletes graduated with honors.

Student assistant coach and former Lady Bear standout player Lolia Kienka was named the CIAA’s Woman of the

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T H E YA N C Y Y E A R S

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r. Dorothy Cowser Yancy, a native of Alabama, is the 14th and 16th President of Shaw University. Under her unprecedented leadership, the University achieved financial stability, rebuilt after a tornado and began five program accreditation reviews and the regular Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) reaffirmation. Her tenure at Shaw has been marked by an increase in alumni giving, endowment creation and academic enhancement. She leaves the University on solid financial standing - a hallmark of a Yancy Presidency – and with a positive outlook for the future. Her wisdom and guidance will be missed. »» JUNE 2009 - Dr. Yancy assumes the presidency of Shaw University. The former president of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC, she is the first female president in the University’s history.

the overall quality of the educational experience for students in the life sciences and related areas. »» FEBRUARY 2010 – Dr. Yancy secures a $31.1 million-dollar federal loan that allows the University to restructure and refinance debt, achieve a balanced budget and raise its Composite Financial Index (CFI) score to a positive number. »» APRIL 2010 – the University celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), which was founded at a conference led by Ella Baker on the Shaw campus in 1960. More than 1,100 people attended the event.

»» SEPTEMBER 2009 – The University receives a $4.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NCMHD). The grant is used to implement The Shaw NCMHD Research Infrastructure in Minority Institutions (RIMI) Project. The project encourages the facilitation and integration of teaching and research at predominantly minority-serving academic institutions, with the aim of developing sustainable research programs, and enhancing 16 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

»» MAY 2010 – Dr. Yancy invites Bill Cosby to speak at the University’s commencement. He reminds the graduates to never forget “the value of their education.”


»» SEPTEMBER 2011 – Dr. Yancy returns to Shaw following a devastating tornado in April 2011 that destroyed 27 campus buildings and cancelled classes for the remainder of the spring semester. By December, the first-floor of the student center’s dining hall was re-opened and nearly all University buildings were repaired. »» NOVEMBER 2011 – The family of the late Vernon Malone, ’57, present Dr. Yancy with an $89,680 check to establish the Vernon and Susan Malone ’56 endowed scholarship. It is one of the largest donations the University has ever received to create an endowment. »» APRIL 2012 – The University marks the one year anniversary of the tornado that hit campus with a grand re-opening of the Willie E. Gary Student Center. During the event, Dr. Yancy thanks the countless students, faculty, staff, alumni and community volunteers that assisted with clean-up efforts. »» JANUARY 2013 – Dr. Yancy receives the Dr. Dorothy I. Height Leadership Award at the 22nd International Salute to the Life and Legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast Celebration in Washington, D.C. The award recognizes leaders around the world who embody the spirit and teachings of Dr. King and the legacy of civil rights activist Dorothy I. Height. Previous recipients of the Height Award include Sharon Pratt, former mayor of Washington, D.C.; Dr. Thelma T. Dailey, former President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and Vice Chair of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. and Congresswoman Shelia Jackson Lee among others. »» APRIL 2013 – The University is named a flagship Campus for the project “A Network for Understanding the New Europe” at New York University (NYU). The University and 19 other Flagship Campuses will sponsor faculty members to serve as Institutional Ambassadors for faculty development seminars. The goal of the initiative is “to raise awareness about European Union (EU) policies and institutions, the EU’s role as an international actor in the economic and political field, and the value of the EU-US relationship.” »» MAY 2013 – The University and the U.S. Small Business Administration sign a “first of its kind” agreement to promote small business creation. The agreement will allow Shaw students, local small businesses and entrepreneurs to learn more about federal programs that help small businesses.

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ALUMNI GIVING PROFILES prepared me for the challenges that I would later encounter both personally and professionally,” said Byron. “It is a dream come true for me to be in a position to give back to something that means so much to me personally. Shaw has invested in me and now it is time that I return the favor. There is no dollar amount to show the value of what I gained from Shaw. Making this personal commitment is just a small token of my appreciation and recognition for what Shaw has done for me.”

Young Alumni Succeed and Give Back

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hen Warrick Scott ’00, Mitchell (Mitch) Summerfield ‘03, Byron Williams ’01, Reba Williams ’02 and Chris Young ‘99 were students at Shaw, they couldn’t have imagined that in just a few short years their idea for a nonprofit would grow into a successful organization, serving over 500 clients. “The experiences we gained at Shaw definitely contributed to the successes that we have all experienced,” said Reba. “The Bible says everyone to whom much is given, of him will be required. Shaw gave, we received, and now it is our time to give back. We are sowing seeds into our future and the ability to do so is a blessing.” Reaching Your Goals (RYG) was founded in 2002 after Reba encouraged her now husband Byron to start a nonprofit because he was “always helping people.” The organization is dedicated to ensuring that every child reaches his or her goals by providing appropriate mental, behavioral and nutritional services to children in need. To start RYG, Byron turned to his best friends, Warrick, Mitchell and Chris for assistance and the group opened their first group home that year. Renting a home from a former Shaw employee, Byron and Warrick 18 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

handled the day-to-day operations of the group home while Mitch and Chris provided financial support. “We are all givers by nature,” said Byron. “We would rather give to others than give to ourselves.” After receiving their first foster child and helping him to do well in school, by providing food, clothing, shelter and emotional support, they began to get referrals, and one child turned into four, then 10 and more. Soon, Byron and Warrick turned to the community for assistance with their growing organization. “We did what we call ‘connecting the dots in the community’ where you find people with like spirit and like minds and you don’t take no for answer,” said Warrick. “We just pulled resources together.” Reba began researching how the organization could add more services and in just a short period of time, they were serving hundreds of clients and had over 300 employees. Fast forward to 2013. Reaching Your Goals now includes a scholarship program, a food bank that serves over 200 people a week and an AAU basketball program. The group decided that the time was right to give back to their alma mater in the form of an endowed scholarship. “My experience at Shaw was just as much fun as it was tough, but it

Each founder personally contributed $25,000 to start the endowment and designated students majoring in mass communication, sociology, international relations, psychology and biology to be the recipients. For Byron, contributing to Shaw and starting RYG has been personal. Once a foster child himself, he hopes the endowment will “fill in the gap” and help students stay in school. “If a student can come to school and focus on their studies and not have to worry about how it will be paid or even how they will eat, then we have done a good deed.” The group sees RYG expanding statewide and hosting STEM education summits. Additionally, the organization’s strategic plan includes expanding the delivery of the RYG’s behavioral health component to encompass a full array of private payers; competing on a national platform for the AAU program; and building a stronger scholarship component with the support of private and public investors. Each founder attributes their success to their families, including Mitch’s wife Shantel A. Summerfield and Warrick’s wife, Chinique, and two children, Talasjah and Warrick Jr. “As we move forward we hope to be able to continue to inspire the University so that our boys will one day have the opportunity to have the Shaw experience like we have,” said Reba. With their efforts, hundreds of students will now have that opportunity as well.


National Alumni Association Surpasses Giving Goal

When James Shaw ‘88, President of the National Alumni Association (NAA) of Shaw University, took office in 2012, he and his executive team focused on one goal – raising the alumni giving rate. For years, the University’s alumni giving participation rate mired in the single digits. Shaw decided that something had to change. “When I met with President Yancy, I asked her for some goals we [NAA] should shoot for and she mentioned increasing alumni giving,” said Shaw. “I was thinking of doubling the alumni giving percentage from 8% to 16%, but President Yancy challenged us to do more. So we set the goal at 26%. Not only did we meet the goal, we surpassed it.” Shaw credits the NAA’s success to old-fashion campaigning and teamwork. Shaw and his executive team went to any and every event where alumni would be present – football games, the CIAA tournament, chapter meetings – and then made phone calls and knocked on doors asking alumni to donate, in any amount. “We were present everywhere we could be, asking

alumni to give whatever they could, even if it was just five or ten dollars,” said Shaw. “The goal was to just increase the amount of people who were giving, regardless of the amount.” When traditional methods produced just ordinary results, Shaw and his team turned to active alumni for help and asked them to make donations for their classmates. “We got people to give in their classmate’s name, roommate’s name, in their sorority sister or fraternity brother’s name,” said Shaw. “Those donors also received a letter noting that a donation had been made in their name. We got a lot of people to do that. It was very successful in helping us to reach our goal.” After months of hard work, the NAA’s efforts paid off. By the end of the school year, the alumni giving participation rate stood at 32%, surpassing their goal by 6% and quadrupling the 2012 percentage. Shaw noted that an army of alumni and volunteers were instrumental in the Association exceeding the goal, but in particular he singled out NAA Recording Secretary Helen Best ’76 for her assistance. “She really took the lead on this,” Shaw mentioned. “This was her baby. She reached out to alumni on a daily basis. She really was a big part of our success.” Shaw also credits University staff members Evelyn Leathers, Vice President for Institutional Advancement and Seddrick Hill, Director of Alumni Relations and Planned Giving for supporting and helping to achieve the goal. With the alumni giving goal achieved, Shaw and his team are turning their attention to three additional goals they hope to accomplish: establishing a new endowment by 2015; expanding the University’s Memorial Garden and yes, increasing the alumni giving percentage to 45%. “We can definitely do it,” Shaw said confidently. “We have the people and the determination to do this again.” The Chapter set a goal of $35,000 to fund the endowment and decided to use the profits from their annual banquet to get started. For the last 12 years, the Chapter hosted the banquet to provide scholarships to local Fayetteville high school students and to students attending the University’s CAPE Center in Fayetteville. Beginning in 2007, the banquet proceeds were earmarked specifically for the endowment.

Fayetteville/Cumberland County Alumni Chapter Funds Its Legacy For the last 17 years, Dr. Wilson A. Lacy ’70, also a Shaw Trustee has worked diligently to raise money for his alma mater as the President of the University’s Fayetteville/Cumberland County Alumni Chapter. The Chapter not only contributed to the University, but it also contributed to local nonprofits such as the Salvation Army, Special Olympics and American Heart Association. However, in 2007, Lacy realized that although the Chapter made donations to the University every year, it needed to contribute a more lasting gift. “As members of the chapter began to get older, I thought it would be fitting that we would have a legacy to leave, since the chapter has been here for a while,” said Lacy. “So I introduced the idea of starting an endowment at Shaw.”

All 55 chapter members sold tickets and ads for the banquet to help raise funds. In 2008, the banquet raised $5,600. Two years later, the banquet raised $11,470. By 2012, the Chapter had surpassed their goal and raised a total of $52,000 for the endowment. “The banquets have been a tremendous fundraiser for us,” said Lacy. “The dedication of our members has been unprecedented and led us to successfully exceed our goal well beyond what we had anticipated.” Lacy says the Chapter’s new fundraising goal is $75,000, and he believes that all alumni chapters, no matter the size, should give back. “The endowment helps the university to the greatest degree and helps individuals stay more committed when they have a goal to shoot for,” he said. “We would like to challenge the other alumni chapters to have a goal to do something. It’s not the amount of chapter members that matters, but the commitment to do something.” WWW.SHAWU.EDU | 19


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

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ith the financial support of alumni, friends, foundations, corporations and small businesses, Shaw University is well positioned to offer an education that will nurture and develop the leaders of tomorrow. We thank you for supporting our tradition of excellence. Your gift matters. If you provided a donation during the 2012-2013 academic year and your name is not listed, please accept our regrets for the omission. To update our records, please contact Seddrick Hill at shill@shawu.edu.

BOARD OF TRUSTEES CLUB $100,000+

THE PRESIDENT’S CLUB $10,000 - $24,999

General Baptist State Convention of N.C., Inc. United Negro College Fund Wake County Smartstart

Association of Theological Schools Bear Booster Club Carolyn G. Ennis ‘52 Management Professionals, Inc. National Collegiate Athletic Association NC Legislative Black Caucus Foundation NC State University North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities Raleigh-Wake Alumni Chapter The Coca-Cola Foundation Tom Joyner Foundation, Inc. Xerox Corporation

THE 1865 ALLIANCE $25,000 - $99,999 American Baptist Home Mission Society Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated Corporation for Public Broadcasting Thomas F. Darden Duke Energy Foundation Eaton Corporation North Carolina Community Foundation, Inc. State of North Carolina DHHS-Health Services Telamon Corporation Thompson Hospitality Services, Inc. Woman’s Baptist Home & Foreign Missionary Convention of NC

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HENRY MARTIN TUPPER $5,000 - $9,999 Belton Creek Baptist Church - Oxford, NC Thomas J. Boyd, ‘48 Estate of Wendell Clay Somerville, ‘32 Fayetteville Alumni Chapter First Calvary Baptist Church Durham, NC First Citizens Bank & Trust Company Guthrie L. Turner, ‘49

Walgreens Family of Companies Marcus Wallace Wells Fargo Foundation

ELIJAH SHAW $2,000 - $4,999 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Zeta Omega Chapter Baltimore Alumni Chapter Joseph Bell, ‘70 BlackAmericaWeb.com Relief Fund, Inc. Brunswick Waccamaw Association Albert Timothy Catlett Estate of Cornelia Hunt Broadie Thomas A. Evans, ‘50 Barbara L. Fields, ‘77 Marilyn J. Fields, ‘76 Grand Chapter Order of The Eastern Star General Fund Haywood T. Gray Helga A. Greenfield, ‘72 Frankie L. Hinchen, ‘43 James E. Hunter, ‘59 IPG Orcella M. Jackson, ‘49 James Thornton Clyde Lynn, ‘71 Martin Street Baptist Church Raleigh, NC Stephen McCray, ‘63 National Alumni Association of Shaw

University National Athletic Trainers’ Association NC Museum of Art Foundation, Inc. Peace Camera Philadelphia Alumni Chapter Portsmouth School Foundation Providence Baptist Church Greensboro, NC Reaching Your Goals, Inc. Red Hill Baptist Church - Pelham, NC Alleane S. Reeves Joyce M. Robinson, ‘75 Alene G. Russell, ‘59 Salem Missionary Baptist Church Brooklyn, NY Wave P. Simmons, ‘56 Nancy L. Simuel, ‘67 The Baylor School The Links, Inc. The Prudential Foundation Touchstone Essentials, Inc. The Links Inc., Triangle Park Chapter Gillis Watson, ‘56 Watts Chapel Baptist Church Raleigh, NC Ida S. Wiggins Ida Williams Dorothy Cowser Yancy


UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES $500 - $1,999 Mary D. Aldrich, ‘53 Kathryn E. Alexander, ‘52 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Alpha Theta Omega Chapter Lillian G. Alston, ‘59 American Honda Motor Co., Inc. Kryste N. Avery-Moore, ‘82 Alan Backus James D. Ballard, ‘62 Helyn P. Baltimore, ‘57 Geraldine J. Bassett, ‘62 Randolph Bazemore, ‘68 Stephen K. Beachum, ‘73 Willie Mae B. Beachum, ‘75 Elwood Becton Bobby Benjamin, ‘62 Bethlehem Baptist Church Seaboard, NC Vivian D. Branch, ‘72 Anita K. Brower Cynthia D. Brown, ‘81 Johnnie E. Burke Daniel Burrell, ‘67 W. R. Burston Calvary Missionary Baptist Church Ahoskie, NC Carolina Theatre of Durham, Inc. Cleopatra Carr James M. Cassaberry, ‘85 Cedar Grove Baptist Church -Saint Pauls, NC Cedar Rock Baptist Church - Castalia, NC Peter J. Chamberlin Geneva B. Chavis, ‘51 Glenn V. Cherry, ‘57 Melvin E. Clark, ‘51 Council of Independent Colleges County Line Missionary Baptist Association Denise Y. Craig Elizabeth A. Creecy, ‘77 Robert F. Creecy, ‘67 Dan River Bethel Baptist Church South Boston, VA Linda Y. Davis, ‘72 Tommie L. Dawson, ‘77 George C. Debnam, ‘47 Alexine W. DeLancy, ‘52 Duplin County Shaw Alumni Chapter Rosalia J. Durante Durham Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Durham Chapter of The Links, Inc. Ebenezer Baptist Church Wadesboro, NC Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church - Wilmington, NC Sean Ekins Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church - Monroe, NC Edward V. Ellis, ‘49 Emmanuel Baptist Church - WinstonSalem, NC

Enriched Health Services Estate of Rinaldo Addison Lansdall Walker Donald Evans Vera A. Evans, ‘67 Marion P. Exum, ‘58 Faithful Band Baptist Church Pleasant Hill, NC Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Charlie Fields, ‘76 Joan K. Finger, ‘61 First Baptist Church - Chapel Hill, NC First Baptist Church - Fayetteville, NC First Baptist Church - Raleigh, NC First Baptist Church - WinstonSalem, NC First Baptist Church - Powellsville, NC First Baptist Church - West Charlotte, NC First Missionary Baptist Church Parkton, NC First Missionary Baptist Church Smithfield, NC First Missionary Baptist Church Warsaw, NC Charles H. Fletcher David C. Forbes, ‘62 Malcolm J. Ford, ‘52 Doretha B. Foushee, ‘67 William M. Freeman, ‘67 Friends of The NC State Museum of Natural Sciences Friendship Baptist Church - Monroe, NC Friendship Baptist Church Southport, NC Elton L. Futrell, ‘80 Louise W. Garrett, ‘57 Gary Insurance Agency & Associates, Inc. Alphonso Gaskins, ‘68 Edna B. Gause, ‘59 Hazel M. Gibbs, ‘69 Susan Gidwitz Ramon E. Gillead, ‘72 Dorothy B. Gilliam, ‘37 Goldsboro Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Good Hope Baptist Church Fayetteville, NC Horace Graham, ‘67 Richard Grays Edward L. Green, ‘71 Gregory Poole Equipment Company Guilford Educational Missionary Baptist Association Eugene Hammonds, ‘59 Mary C. Hamrick Happy Face Preschool Childcare Inc. Sampson E. Harrell Laura O. Hawkins, ‘61 Elmer Haymon, ‘70 Bertron D. Haywood, ‘57

Robert L. Height, ‘66 Leon W. Herndon, ‘60 Shirley A. Hinton, ‘66 Hattie Hockaday Thaddeus V. Hodges, ‘75 Hoke County High School Band Wagon Hoke County Missionary Union Betty L. Hudson, ‘62 Wayne A. Hunter, ‘83 InterVasity Christian Fellowship Anthony Jackson, ‘77 James E. Shepard Sertoma Club, Inc. Lorinzo Jeffries Paula M. Johnson Carol D. Jones Christine B. Jones, ‘54 Eleanor Jones, ‘67 Esther T. Jones, ‘62 Joseph C. Jones, ‘57 Mamie E. Jones, ‘61 Kappas of Durham Foundation, Inc. Julian Kaufmann Richard C. Kelsey Kingswood Community Center, Inc. Kreative Koncepts, Inc. Pamela A. Lacewell, ‘66 Wilson A. Lacy, ‘70 Rosetta N. Lattimore, ‘51 Laurinburg Alumnae Chapter Law Office of John Eluwa Wayne D. Lee, ‘76 Arlethia Lemon-Cusack, ‘74 Jesse Lewis, ‘75 Ovetta R. Lewis-Moat, ‘77 Harry L. Lindsey Charles Logsdon Peketa H. Long Bertha L. Lowery, ‘61 John H. Lucas, ‘40 Carol L. Lynch-Rabsatt, ‘73 Norma G. Majette, ‘54 Priscilla R. Mann, ‘64 Edward Mason, ‘62 Cynthia E. McCray Terrell Midgett Barbara W. Mike, ‘61 Harold E. Mitchell William Modeste, ‘61 Annie B. Montgomery, ‘52 Mount Olive Baptist Church Lewiston-Woodville, NC Mount Vernon Baptist Church Durham, NC NC Department of Transportation Grady Nelson, ‘50 New Bethany Church - Harrellsville, NC New Bethel Baptist Church Durham, NC New Hope Baptist Church - Apex, NC New Middle Swamp Baptist Church Corapeake, NC New York City Alumni Chapter North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance

Company Oak Grove Baptist Church - Oxford, NC Oberlin Baptist Church - Raleigh, NC Nia Odeoti-Hassan, ‘70 Bettina P. Odom Donna Olsen Ruby J. Pattishaw, ‘67 Shirley S. Payne, ‘62, ‘62 Peace Missionary Baptist Church Durham, NC Africa Pearl Pearson Education Center Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Piney Wood Chapel Baptist Church Powellsville, NC William L. Pollard, ‘67, ‘67 Louis C. Powell, ‘62, ‘62 Jimmy F. Ragland, ‘68, ‘68 Ella E. Ravnell Renee Ray Reader’s Corner, Inc. Kenneth G. Reece Donald R. Reynolds Richmond County Missionary Union Roanoke Salem Baptist Church Garysburg, NC Roberts Chapel Baptist Church Goldston, NC Rocky Mount Alumni Chapter Rosenhaus Sports Representation, Inc. Lannie D. Royster-Willie Saint Joseph A.M.E. Church Durham, NC Sandy Branch Baptist Church Roxobel, NC Savannah Baptist Church Fayetteville, NC Marshall D. Scurry, ‘57 Norma H. Sermon-Boyd, ‘62 Jilma C. Shackleford, ‘72 Shaw University Pitt Co. Alumni Association Vernon Small Crawford W. Smith, ‘61 Genell T. Smith, ‘63 Janice D. Smith, ‘61 Jeffrey A. Smith Thomas G. Smith, ‘71 Mack Sowell, ‘64 Leolia G. Spaugh, ‘57 George F. Spaulding, ‘67 Maria F. Spaulding, ‘72 Benjamin F. Speller Edith P. Spencer, ‘47 Gary Spodnick St. Peters Baptist Church - Weldon, NC E. Marilyn Stackhouse, ‘77 James E. Stallings, ‘52 State Farm Companies Found. Martha I. Stith, ‘52 Sutton Holdings, LLC Marilyn Sutton-Haywood Moses Sykes, ‘78 WWW.SHAWU.EDU | 21


::Thank You

HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Idris Talib Teddy Wright Bonds Frederick D. Terry, ‘55 Lois E. Terry, ‘62 Robin L. Terry-Armstrong, ‘77 The Debnam Clinic, PA The Franklin County Missionary Baptist Association of NC The Reader’s Corner, Inc. The Triumph Baptist Church of Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA The Uttermost Ministries Gale D. Thomas, ‘78 Nellie R. Tillman, ‘77 Lola Trotter, ‘77 Maxine Tucker, ‘65 Edward J. Turner, ‘59 Union Hill Missionary Baptist Union Missionary Baptist Church of Durham, Inc. United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church - Winston Salem, NC United Order of Tents of J.R.Giddings & Jollifee Union Fannie M. Vincent, ‘52 Leon S. Waddell, ‘62 Wake Baptist Grove Church - Garner, NC Wake Heart Research LLC Melessa R. Wallace, ‘62 William E. Waller Warren Grove Baptist Church Edenton, NC Leroy Waters, ‘62 Rosetta Watson, ‘57 Watts Street Baptist Church Durham, NC White Oak Missionary Baptist Church - Enfield, NC White Rock Baptist Church Durham, NC A. Hope Williams Joyce R. Williams, ‘66 Larry A. Williams, ‘77 Olivia . Williams, ‘69 Williard & Ferm Architects, P.A. Shelia B. Winston-Graves, ‘69 Fredricka R. Wolfe, ‘39 Steven D. Worrell, ‘83 Rose R. Wynn, ‘48 Gloria Young, ‘72 Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES $100 - $499 Cornell L. Adams, ‘60 Helen P. Adams, ‘67 J. A. Adams John Adams Ahoskie Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Gail J. Albergottie Bill Albert 22 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

Maxine L. Alexander, ‘90 Ezra I. Alfred, ‘79 Jacob B. Allen, ‘55 Zeb D. Alley Alligator Records & Artist Management, Inc. Lavonia Allison American College Marketing American Safety Products Raymond Amyette Carl E. Anderson Arlester A. Andrews, ‘73 Gloria P. Armstrong, ‘72 Audrey M. Askew, ‘96 Lois M. Atkinson, ‘67 Aulander First Baptist Church Aulander, NC Lola M. Ausby, ‘77 Nilous M. Avery, ‘80 Alan Ayers Joe Bachman Onest L. Bailey Irene Baldwin, ‘67 Bank of America Foundation Phyllis M. Barbour Jean V. Barsella, ‘58 Barton College Jessica Basco Loreece B. Basnight, ‘54 Agnes A. Baxter, ‘83 Margaret Beck Jeanette R. Beckwith, ‘70 Sarah Bell Dickie Fungai M. Bennett Marcia L. Bennett Valerie J. Berard Sharon R. Berry-Vivian Helen Best, ‘77 Ralph Best, ‘76 Asa Bishop Jean B. Blair, ‘67 Doris Block Bluefield State College Charles K. Bolton Bonanza Productions Inc. Ollie P. Bond, ‘46 Theodore G. Booker, ‘69 Dennis Boos Margaret Borders Lena Y. Bowie, ‘72 Christine Bowyer Leon Boyd Michael N. Boyd Samuel C. Boyd, ‘53 Bradsher’s Insurance Agency Varnell L. Bridgers, ‘62 Bright Hope Baptist Church Philadelphia, PA Douglas W. Bristol Jim Britt Kermit J. Britt, ‘67 Cynthia P. Broadwell Williams Brooks Cindy Brooks-Parks, ‘98 Curtis Brothers

Dianne M. Brown, ‘71 E. D. Brown Josephine Brown Patricia Brown Nelson Brugh Linda W. Bryan, ‘90 Lee R. Bryant, ‘70 BTA Public Relations Curtis Buchanan Sally &. Buchanan Doris J. Bullock, ‘91 Leona H. Bullock, ‘60 Montrose B. Bunch, ‘51 William J. Bunn Palmela T. Burgess, ‘72 Laurinda Q. Burleson Andrew Butler Alton B. Byrd, ‘78 Audrey M. Byrd, ‘87 Constance L. Byrd, ‘67 Linda F. Byrd, ‘74 Bruce A. Calhoon California University of Pennsylvania Vivian M. Camm, ‘61 Betty S. Camp, ‘55 Lionel R. Carney Bernice E. Carter, ‘56 Eula W. Carter, ‘49 Robert V. Carter, ‘67 Shirley P. Carter, ‘59 Willieta B. Carter Castalia Missionary Baptist Church Castalia, NC Steven Cawn Cedar Creek Baptist Church -Wadesboro, NC Cedar Hill Baptist Church Williamston, NC Crystal R. Chambers Chapel Hill-Carrboro Area Alumnae of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Dorothea Chavis, ‘50 George M. Chavis, ‘80 James B. Cheek, ‘67 James E. Cheek, ‘71 Walter E. Cheek Ella W. Cherry, ‘62 Bettie J. Chislom, ‘83 John R. Chisnell Church of the Master, Inc. - New York, NY Shirley J. Churn, ‘90 Janie W. Clayton, ‘58 Michael Clements, ‘74 Cofield Mortuary Elsie W. Cofield, ‘46 David S. Cohen Gary Cole Cora Cole-McFadden Veronica M. Coletrane Adele R. Collier, ‘44 Community Baptist Church Durham, NC

Hugh M. Connor John Conrad Deborah D. Cook Elsie R. Corey, ‘02 Mildred A. Council, ‘71 County of Scotland Dale Cousins Willie Mae Cox, ‘77 Stefan W. Crane Diane S. Crawford James C. Crew Adloise Cromartie, ‘72 Gertrude Cromwell, ‘58 Julius Cromwell, ‘58 Craig Croom Allen F. Crooms, ‘50 Geraldine T. Crooms, ‘50 David Crotts Philip Culpepper Denise C. Daley, ‘04 Milton D. Daniels Leroy S. Darkes Helen A. Darton, ‘67 Brenda J. Davenport, ‘78 Anna K. Davis, ‘72 Cecelia M. Davis Charles S. Davis, ‘62 Glenda C. Davis Helen M. Davis Robert J. Davis, ‘61 Mike Dawson Daytoon, Inc. David Dean Lillian D. Deloatch Vertna J. DeVine, ‘72 Wallace W. Dickerson, ‘69 E. G. Diggs, ‘66 Kevin C. Dilworth, ‘73 Michael Doe, ‘83 Amy Domyan John W. Downs David Dreifus Tashni-Ann Dubroy, ‘02 Donald Dula Denise D. Duncan, ‘78 Debbie Dunn Sherry Dupree Durham Performing Arts Center Donna Dyle Brenda Eaddy Deliliah M. Early, ‘72 East Rock Ford Missionary Alan Eaton Ebenezer Baptist Church Philadelphia, PA Ebonettes Service Club, Inc. Kathy R. Edwards, ‘95 Edwards-Kamadulski, LLC Joan Eisemann Elijah Grove Baptist Church Roxboro, NC Derek D. Ellis Elward D. Ellis, ‘70 R. S. Ellovich


Elm Grove Missionary Baptist Church - Ahoskie, NC Elwood Becton, PC Emancipation Proclamation Fund Emmy’s Inc. DBA McDonald’s Barbara B. Engram, ‘67 Mark Evrard Phyllis Faircloth Fairmont University Phillip C. Farland Matthew K. Farmer, ‘12 Edward C. Farr Gloria L. Feimster, ‘54 Theodore Feinson Latanya Felder Joyce R. Fennell, ‘84 Doug Ferguson First Baptist Church - Hamet, NC First Baptist Church - Wadesboro, NC First Baptist Church - Winton, NC First Missionary Baptist Church - St. Pauls, NC LaVerne Fish, ‘72 Maxine T. Fitts, ‘78 Flag Branch Baptist Church Monroe, NC James F. Flanagan Flat Rock Baptist Church Wadesboro, NC Sundar W. Fleming Joyce M. Flemings, ‘00 Flint Ridge Baptist Church Marshville, NC Jimmie E. Ford, ‘75 Paul Ford Todd Forman Annette Foster Velma K. Foster Isaac A. Fox, ‘62 Kurt F. Frank Franklin Area Clergy Ecumenical Society Franklin County Emancipation Friendship Baptist Church - Hamlet, NC Milta E. Fulford, ‘48 Timothy F. Fuller Jesse C. Futrell, ‘77 Vivian M. Galbreath Galilee Baptist Church - Oakboro, NC Chuck Galle Gamma Phi Delta Sorority Mary L. Garrett, ‘57 Carol A. Gartrell, ‘69 Peter L. Gaskins, ‘67 Victoria Gaskins Mosi A. Gay, ‘02 Kenneth T. Gibson Ann Gilbert Joseph B. Gilbert Veronica T. Gilbert, ‘81 Arletha V. Gillespie, ‘67 Glaxo Wellcome Foundation Inc. Gwendolyn H. Goode, ‘48 Joseph Goodson, ‘67 Joseph J. Gosselin Jeanette H. Goza, ‘87

Robbie L. Graham, ‘67 Sherri L. Graham2007 Palmelia G. Granby Charles F. Graves, ‘80 Katrice Gray, ‘91 Samuel E. Gray Green Chapel Church Vanish E. Green, ‘92 George R. Greene Pattie M. Greene, ‘77 Ruby P. Greene Eric Griffin Arlene M. Griffis, ‘63 Arthur J. Griggs, ‘74 Andrew Grimes Reekitta K. Grimes, ‘88 William Groening Amaryllis N. Grogan, ‘71 Novella Gumbs, ‘58 Todd Gunsher David M. Hahn Harriett N. Haith, ‘53 Bernice J. Hall, ‘71 Shepeara Hall Thomas E. Hallett, III Michael Halpern Irene B. Hankins, ‘48 Susan Hanson Thomas Harbin Henry J. Hardy, ‘94 Pamela H. Hardy, ‘95 Ethelene Hardy-Stover, ‘74 Eric Harris Leonie H. Harris, ‘81 Wayne Harris Fannie M. Hart Juanita S. Harvey, ‘67 Mary E. Haywood, ‘52 Brenda B. Height, ‘67 Carolyn E. Henderson Jesse Henderson James W. Herndon Linda L. Hester J. S. Hewitt, ‘51 Hilda M. Hicks, ‘67 Loretta Hicks High Point Educational and Missionary Baptist Association Eddie High Seddrick Hill William G. Hill Theodore Hindsman, ‘68 Christopher L. Hinton Gloria J. Hinton, ‘93 Jonathan M. Hinton Oscar L. Hinton, ‘59 Sharon P. Hinton Joseph Holland, ‘10 Bernard A. Holliday, ‘55 Patricia T. Holloway, ‘61 Caroline T. Holloway-Fleming, ‘95 Horsenose Villa, LLC Hospira House of Prayer Baptist Church Wadesboro, NC Allison Howard Janet Howard Roderic Hughes-Oliver Jonathan D. Hunt, ‘03

Carston L. Hunter, ‘58 Justin J. Hurley IAM Crest Shirley W. Ingram Antoinette V. Irving, ‘87 Rand Irwin Jack’s Seafood Naomi J. Jackson Rayfield Jackson Richard Jacob Mary D. Jacobs Dianah Jarrell, ‘77 John Jeffreys, ‘62 Nellia M. Jenkins, ‘67 Jerusalem Baptist Church Woodland, NC Aaron J. Johnson, ‘57 Brad Johnson Charles Johnson Emma H. Johnson, ‘60 Lee Johnson, ‘75 Leroy S. Johnson, ‘72 Paula Tendai Johnson Stella L. Johnson, ‘63 Theodore Johnson, ‘75 Barbara G. Jones, ‘69 Brandy Jones Jesse A. Jones, ‘68 Jessie M. Jones, ‘51 John R. Jones, ‘66 Laura Jones, ‘77 Robert L. Jones, ‘04 Welton Jones Jordan Grove Baptist Church Winton, NC Carolyn B. Jordan Ajuba Joy, ‘70 James A. Joyner, ‘50 Norman E. Joyner, ‘67 Eintou Karima Brenda E. Kee Ruth G. Kennedy Carolyn W. Kent, ‘77 Susan M. Kepley Arthur L. Kindred, ‘00 Rochelle King Kirk Kirk Howell Cutler & Thomas, LLP Thomas G. Klopocinski J. Kornegay, ‘71 Gary C. Krill William Kwapil Alfred W. Kwasikpui, ‘78 Shirley A. Kwasipui, ‘79 Steve Lackey Oliver W. Lancaster, ‘53 Vivian I. Lane, ‘51 John Langston Carolyn B. Lassiter Gloria K. Lassiter, ‘58 Debra K. Latimore A. P. Lauricella Evelyn S. Lawrence, ‘56 Sallie T. Lea, ‘67 Richard N. League Elsie C. Leak Evelyn P. Leathers Nilsa M. Lebron Herman Lee

Joseph D. Lee, ‘79 Brenda Leonard, ‘64 Avie Lester Linda Levy Joe Lewis David C. Linton, ‘80 Phyllis C. Lloyd Lock Haven University Locust Grove Baptist Church Browns Summit, NC Hazel N. Logan, ‘49 Carolyn S. Love, ‘68 William Love, ‘67 Alfred Lovell David Lubkeman Luella Baptist Church - LewistonWoodville, NC Jean-Marie Luginbuhl Lujan Revocable Management Trust Macedonia Baptist Church Hoffman, NC Malaby’s Crossroads Baptist Church - Knightdale, NC Craig P. Mann Dinah B. Mann Mansfield University Luther R. Manus, Jr., ‘74 Marston First Baptist Patrick Martin Wanda Martin, ‘02 Elliott L. Mason, ‘88 Juanita B. Massenburg Rebecca Mayhew James H. Maynard Ethel S. McCall, ‘54 Michael L. McCartney Michael McCormac Vivian McCoy, ‘82 Bryan K. McCune Sherlock G. McDougald Erma G. McDougle, ‘46 Thomas T. McGimpsey, ‘66 Coleen McGlone Jesse McGrew Othaniel O. McGriff, ‘71 Toni McIntosh, ‘05 James W. McKay James L. McKee, ‘78 Rose H. McKnight, ‘80 Shirley McKoy, ‘72 Dennis McLain Cecil McManus Geraldine McNair Lois P. McNeal, ‘95 Ellen C. McNeill, ‘95 Menica L. McPherson, ‘11 Barbara J. McSweeney, ‘58 James A. Mercer, ‘88 Antione T. Midgett, ‘98 Marion G. Miles George W. Miller Mable W. Mills, ‘95 Peggie R. Mills, ‘05 Gladys C. Mimms Emma J. Mims, ‘58 Leroy R. Mims, ‘83 Michael D. Minor Naomi S. Minter WWW.SHAWU.EDU | 23


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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS James Q. Mitchell Bobby Moody Wayland W. Moore, ‘00 Michael R. Morgan Angela Morris Pamela M. Moss, ‘00 Eugene Motley Mount Calvary Baptist Church Bahama, NC Mount Calvary Church of Christ Durham, NC Mount Olive College Mount Zion Church - Seaboard, NC LaSenia M. Murchison, ‘37 Delores M. Murphy, ‘61 Isaiah R. Murray Judy D. Musgraves Yvonne M. Nambe NC II Corp Inc./Landmark Tavern Gwynth R. Nelson Susan D. Nestor Network for Good Thomas Nevlud New Grove Baptist Church - Polkton, NC New Hope Baptist Church - Hamlet, NC New Hope Missionary Baptist Church - Gatesville, NC New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist New Red Mountain Baptist New Zion Baptist Church Greensboro, NC Lindsay S. Newsom Ross W. Newsome Novella N. Nichols Margaret J. Nixon, ‘55 Wilbert Nixon, ‘52 Ophelia D. Noble, ‘63 North East Baptist Church - Durham, NC Northampton County Branch NAACP Novelty Joe’s, LLC Oak Ridge First Baptist Church - Oak Ridge, NC Ocean City Beach Citizens Old Mt. Zion Baptist Church Roxboro, NC Robert V. Oliva Shea R. Oliver, ‘97 Andrew Osterlund Eliud Oyeyo Delphine Parker, ‘07 Geneva Parker Herman Parker Ray Parker Carolyn L. Parks, ‘87 Elizabeth F. Parsons Gregory L. Patterson, ‘80 Preston Peace, ‘66 Pee Dee Baptist Church Wadesboro, NC 24 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

Wilma C. Peebles-Wilkins Betty Perdue Ella W. Perry, ‘52 Suzanne Perry Person County Chapter NAACP Ilona M. Peszlen Richard B. Petway, ‘97 Roger A. Pfister Philippi Baptist Church - Cofield, NC Betty T. Phillips, ‘02 Pi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Beulah M. Pickett, ‘86 Cleon S. Pierce, ‘01 James E. Pinckney Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church - Morven, NC Pleasant Plains Baptist Church Winton, NC James L. Polito Merriette C. Pollard, ‘69 James P. Pope Poplar Springs Missionary Baptist Church - Polkton, NC Eva W. Porter, ‘77 Elsie H. Potter, ‘47 Rubestene F. Potter Ryan Pound Cecelia D. Powell, ‘01 Earnest Powell, ‘65 Yvonne M. Powell, ‘75 I. Ernestine Powers, ‘60 Daniel Pratt, ‘65 Charlotte Presley Prime Smokehouse, LLC Providence Missionary Baptist Church - Rockingham, NC E. Y. Pugh Michael Pullum Quankey Missionary Baptist Church Roanoke Rapids, NC Autumn E. Racine Willie T. Ramey, ‘67 Dorothy F. Ramoneda Doris K. Rankins James A. Raye, ‘68 Lena M. Reavis Paul Regan Sandy Reid Ruth Reid-Coleman Linda Reynolds Anthony O. Richards, ‘84 David A. Richardson, ‘49 Portia R. Richardson, ‘94 Sylvia O. Richardson Kathrine L. Riddick, ‘66 Willie D. Riddick Ridgeway Baptist Church - Ridgeway, NC Nina M. Ringgold, ‘52 Roanoke Electric Cooperative Cornelia A. Roberts, ‘60 Mona J. Roberts Frank L. Roediger

Beverly R. Rountree, ‘64 Matthew Rouse, ‘93 William Rowe Vinston M. Rozier, ‘77 Robert B. Russell, ‘67 John Sabella Anne & Russell Salisbury Georgia L. Salisbury, ‘06 Lauren S. Samuel, ‘96 Bernestine W. Sanders, ‘47 Booker Sanders David E. Sanders Matthew L. Sanders, ‘58 Robyn N. Sanders Tonya J. Sanders, ‘09 Govinbarajan Sankar Joseph M. Sansom Vivian M. Sansom John B. Sauls, Jr James Savage, ‘67 James M. Scearce James Schenck Maureen Schirtzinger Judy B. Schneider Barry Scott Charles Scott Herbert C. Scott, ‘96 Sue Scott Frank Sellers, ‘57 Clarence L. Sessoms June Sessoms, ‘72 Seton Hill University Roger Shackleford, ‘72 Derek Shankweiler Shaw University Alumni Association Fayetteville/Cumberland James L. Shaw, ‘89 James W. Shearin, ‘89 Theodore A. Shell, ‘37 Shiloh Baptist Church - Rocky Mount, NC Cynthia M. Shipman, ‘72 Todd Silberman Johnny M. Silver, ‘08 Simmons Technical Services, Inc. I. B. Singleton, ‘52 Sixth District Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Barrett Slenning Alton L. Smith, ‘73 Ira Q. Smith Jane E. Smith Leroy Smith, ‘59 Junious Sorrell Vernetta N. Southerland, ‘61 Mary W. Sowell, ‘64 Reuben D. Sowell, ‘00 Stacey D. Sowell, ‘03 George E. Spence, ‘70 Lois S. Spivey St. John Baptist Church - Red Oak, NC St. John Missionary Baptist Church Red Oak, NC

Cynthia M. Stanley Naomi Stanley, ‘50 Stuart Stern Roby Stevenson Julie Stone Stop & Quick Ethelene H. Stover Janet Stracke Sunnyside Baptist Assoc. Virginia Swayze, ‘42 Wendell Tabb Francine A. Taylor, ‘96 Maurice Taylor, ‘92 Shirley B. Taylor, ‘91 Dock Terrell First Baptist Church - Baltimore, MD The Prime Smokehouse LLC Mary C. Thomas Martha T. Thompson Reaver G. Thompson Ronald L. Thompson Sarah E. Thompson, ‘57 Walter Thurman Cornelious Tillery Mary B. Tobin April Tolliver Carl Toomer, ‘78 Town of Apex Gloria D. Toy Travelers Tri-Arc Food Systems, Inc. Richard E. Trotman, ‘65 Jimmie Turner Pascal O. Udekwu Terry F. Ugwueke, ‘82 John Underhill Union Baptist Church - Hartford, CT United Way of Central New Mexico University fof Maryland Information and Technology Billy C. Usrey Dirk M. Vanderah Mark Vanderborgh Mary U. Vickers, ‘67 Pathenia R. Vinson, ‘43 Peter Volkmar Peter J. Waiters, ‘64 Pearl Walker, ‘78 John M. Wall Thelma Wall Shirley C. Wallace Kenneth J. Walsh Chris Ward Stephanie Ware Ciscero T. Warren, ‘02 Evelyn P. Warren, ‘53 Sarah H. Warren Adrienne R. Washington, ‘87 Moses Watson Charles Watt Bernadette G. Watts


L. J. Weaver Gwendolyn M. Webb, ‘07 Joy E. Weeber Weeping Mary Missionary Baptist Church - Lewiston-Woodville, NC Gregory Welch Mark A. Weldon Weldon-Seaboard Alumni Chapter Wells Fargo Community SupportCampaign Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program Karen Wells Leah Welsh Robert Werlin West Chester University West Deep Creek Baptist White Oak Fork Baptist Church South Boston, VA Diane S. White, ‘90 Laura L. White, ‘50 Margo K. White Wanda C. White, ‘74 Ira T. Wiggins Eva Wiggins-Greene Veronica H. Wilder, ‘09 Byron K. Williams, ‘01 Dannie T. Williams Edward Williams Janice Williams Miles Williams Reba Williams, ‘02 Shana T. Williams Thomasina H. Williams, ‘57 Virgie H. Williams Mildred Williams-Johnson, ‘79 Brenda S. Williamson, ‘82 Billie Wilson Margaret L. Wilson, ‘50 Steven Wilson Mary S. Windley Nancy C. Winne Geraldine Wofford, ‘67 Women’s Auxiliary To Middle District Union Vivian S. Wood, ‘62 Kathryn A. Woodhouse Priscilla D. Woods, ‘82 Woodville Plains Baptist Church Lewiston-Woodville, NC Mike Woody Jean B. Worsley, ‘52 Delores C. Wright, ‘69 Diane C. Wright, ‘95 Jay Wright Alexander C. Wynn, ‘74 Yahama Social Club Erdyne H. Yates, ‘52 Denise A. Young, ‘74 Gail J. Young Reuben F. Young Roger J. Young Lola Youngman Stephen Zaytoun Zion Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church - Windsor, NC Zion Grove Missionary Baptist Church - Ahoskie, NC

Zion Missionary Baptist Association Zoar Missionary Baptist Church Pendleton, NC Lisa Zywicki

CENTURY CLUB $99 Doctor K. Aal-Anubia, ‘94 Yasin E. Abdullah, ‘11 Khalil R. Abdul-Muhaimin, ‘81 Luna B. Abernathy, ‘59 Brenda F. Acklin, ‘11 Billy Adams, ‘78 Janet E. Adams, ‘01 John F. Adams, ‘12 Lasondra J. Adams, ‘13 Raiki L. Adams, ‘10 Renita D. Adams, ‘13 Shanita S. Adams, ‘12 William D. Adams, ‘13 Lillie Adkins Susan Adley-Warrick Ashley P. Agnew, ‘13 Bradley A. Akagha, ‘10 Teressa A. Akewright, ‘11 Pam C. Akpuda, ‘92 David S. Albert Bayard C. Alcorn Carol C. Alexander, ‘89 Ernest A. Alexander, ‘70 Kenya J. Alexander, ‘10 Shavonna R. Alexander, ‘12 Shirnetta J. Alexander, ‘13 Courtney L. Alford, ‘10 Taraji A. Alford, ‘11 Alicia V. Allen, ‘13 Davon J. Allen, ‘12 Jasmine A. Allen, ‘12 Lawrence E. Allen, ‘61 Wallace R. Allen, ‘11 William S. Allen, ‘11 Mary E. Alleyne, ‘04 Camilla Al-Mutazzim, ‘72 Brandon Alred Albert Alston Anna M. Alston, ‘03 Camelia A. Alston, ‘03 Derrick I. Alston, ‘13 Mary E. Alston, ‘12 Shinetta D. Alston, ‘10 Shirley Alston Stacey Alston Wayne A. Alston, ‘11 Amber D. Anderson, ‘11 Gail P. Anderson, ‘88 Janice D. Anderson, ‘11 Leroy S. Anderson, ‘10 Marie W. Anderson, ‘01 Pamela L. Anderson, ‘12 Pauline H. Anderson, ‘12 Andrew Osterlund Architect John D. Andrews, ‘01 Sandra Andrews Thomas J. Andrews La’Qresha O. Anstead, ‘10 Arnita G. Anthony, ‘76 Arthur G. Anthony, ‘74

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Patricia A. Bellamy, ‘82 Sonji N. Bellanger, ‘11 Erica D. Bellinger, ‘13 Mamie G. Belton-Evans Shannon P. Bennett, ‘08 Tinisha M. Bennett, ‘13 Tiffany B. Bennett-Cornelous, ‘98 April B. Benson, ‘12 Carlos F. Bentley, ‘11 Nathaniel Benton, ‘78 Thomas S. Benton Khadijah K. Berkley, ‘11 Courtney H. Berryhill, ‘10 Clarissa S. Best, ‘11 Curtis L. Best, ‘99 Jeremy L. Best, ‘12 Jessie M. Best, ‘47 Beta Lambda Sigma, Affiliates of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Ada V. Bethea, ‘10 Christopher J. Bethea, ‘13 Jean Bethel Carline R. Bethune, ‘11 Aisha Bey Nneka M. Bey, ‘98 Jade A. Bibb, ‘12 Diane Biggers, ‘76 Amanda Billieux Armand Billieux Erin A. Bishop, ‘01 Mary A. Bishop, ‘10 Lynn S. Bitting, ‘73 April L. Black, ‘13 Doris D. Black, ‘70 Shirley J. Blackwell Tameshia D. Blackwell, ‘11 Allison K. Blair, ‘11 Ellen Blair Roslind Blair Yvonne C. Blake, ‘71 Jacob Bland, ‘58 Charles Blaylock Weahdee N. Blidee, ‘07 Eboni S. Blount, ‘10 Isaac A. Blount, ‘12 Tanya A. Blount, ‘13 Nakunda L. Blue, ‘12 Pauline Boateng Arthur Boatwright Stephen B. Bolden, ‘10 Darryl S. Bolian, ‘12 Dedra A. Bonner, ‘02 John F. Boone, ‘11 Millard F. Boone Regina Boone, ‘13 Tonita L. Boone, ‘10 Patricia D. Booth Benjamin Boston Timandra A. Boston, ‘13 Stephanie L. Bowen, ‘12 Stephen L. Bowers Wanda L. Bowles, ‘12 Keshonia K. Bowser, ‘12 Pamela Boxser 26 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

Linda V. Boyd, ‘77 Reuben J. Boyd, ‘12 Taneka M. Boyd, ‘99 Jaime Boyer, ‘12 Nathaniel O. Boykin, ‘70 Tywanna L. Boykin, ‘11 Joseph M. Braboy Bernadette T. Bracey, ‘12 Antonio Bradley, ‘11 Vickie M. Bradley, ‘11 Debra M. Bradshaw, ‘03 Dantonio A. Brady, ‘13 Jethro M. Branch, ‘76 Joe T. Branch Paul Branch, ‘10 Adrienne D. Brand, ‘10 Mark A. Bransom, ‘07 Kenneth L. Braswell, ‘12 Robin M. Braswell, ‘10 Claudia A. Bray, ‘13 Markeshia V. Braziel, ‘10 Fred Breidt Ella M. Brewer, ‘74 Arthur C. Bridges, ‘67 Brian D. Bridges, ‘13 LaDawn Bridges, ‘10 Ben M. Briggs Stephanie L. Bright, ‘13 William R. Bright, ‘96 Brenton Brinsfield, ‘77 Kenneth R. Britt, ‘12 Mikael N. Broadway John P. Broadwell Anthonique S. Brock, ‘13 Carrie G. Brock, ‘60 William H. Brock, ‘11 Shanequa Q. Brockers, ‘11 Melvin C. Brockington, ‘11 John A. Brodie, ‘11 Velvelish J. Brodie, ‘11 Mary A. Brogden Marcus R. Brooks, ‘10 Mary B. Brooks, ‘84 Sandra M. Brooks, ‘05 Xavier J. Brooks, ‘11 Alese S. Brown, ‘13 Ashley D. Brown, ‘12 Brandon K. Brown, ‘13 Brittney J. Brown, ‘13 Candice Brown Carlethia A. Brown, ‘05 Cassandra L. Brown Charles V. Brown Deborah J. Brown, ‘10 Dianne M. Brown, ‘71 Dianne N. Brown, ‘10 Dina K. Brown, ‘12 Dorothy L. Brown, ‘10 Fareedah R. Brown, ‘13 Felicia Brown Gary L. Brown, ‘11 Geneva Brown, ‘78 Jamal H. Brown, ‘11 Jesse O. Brown, ‘12 Jontia C. Brown, ‘11

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Monique N. Cheatham, ‘10 Celestine W. Cheek, ‘53 Sheilia S. Cheek, ‘13 Warren M. Cheek, ‘10 Margaret A. Cherny Clarence E. Cherry, ‘12 Jasmine L. Cherry, ‘11 Stephanie B. Cherry, ‘05 Stacey M. Chestnut, ‘11 Terashia M. Chestnutt, ‘13 Randy Chew Ronnie L. Chrisp, ‘05 Wayne A. Christian Everett T. Christmas Christopher D. Chunn, ‘13 Barbara A. Clack, ‘13 Alan B. Clark Angela L. Clark, ‘11 Britani L. Clark, ‘10 Christopher R. Clark, ‘13 Daisybelle Clark, ‘69 Della L. Clark, ‘58 Demeatris C. Clark, ‘10 Jessica M. Clark, ‘11 Pamela Clark, ‘82 Pamela W. Clark, ‘12 Rashida C. Clark, ‘13 Vince E. Clark Emily K. Clarke, ‘10 Marcus Clarke Elizabeth T. Clarkson, ‘59 Class of , ‘61 Class of , ‘77 Ruth Clay, ‘71 Virginia Clay Ashley R. Clement, ‘13 Jeffrey Clemmons, ‘71 Linda Clemmons, ‘00 Valeria M. Clemmons June M. Clemons, ‘12 B. R. Cleveland Johnny C. Clifton, Jr., ‘12 Pearl L. Clifton Vanessa M. Clifton Jeffrey V. Cloud Jerry Clyde, ‘12 Kenneth D. Cobb Linda F. Cobb, ‘81 Michael P. Cobb, ‘10 Claudia L. Cofield, ‘12 Crystal M. Cofield, ‘99 Curtissa R. Cofield, ‘71 Jacqueline L. Cofield, ‘10 Brent Cohen Shirley O. Cohen Corrie L. Cole Rashard Coleman, ‘13 Sharon A. Coleman, ‘98 Tiffany S. Coleman, ‘11 Angelique K. Colen, ‘11 Dante J. Collins, ‘11 Eugenia I. Collins, ‘12 James E. Collins, ‘12 Nyoni Collins Shenika B. Collins, ‘12 Vivian Collins, ‘78 Wendy C. Collins, ‘12 Tremain Collymore-Bey, ‘10

Miguel A. Colon Tye M. Colon, ‘11 Patricia D. Conner, ‘13 Elizabeth Conroy Constellation Energy Kevin J. Cook, ‘12 Kimberly R. Cook, ‘12 Laurie Cook, ‘10 Robert L. Cook, ‘80 Cool Spring Baptist Church - Gaston, NC Claude E. Cooper, ‘69 Erneisha C. Cooper, ‘13 Glen E. Cooper Nyasha D. Cooper, ‘13 Cheryl V. Cooper-Peters, ‘06 Micah A. Copeland Richard V. Copeland, ‘79 Timothy Cordell Kyndra S. Cornelous, ‘10 Ronald L. Cornelous, ‘95 Janice M. Cornwall, ‘10 Anthony L. Cosby, ‘10 Melissa W. Cotten, ‘10 Chasity R. Cotton, ‘12 Gregory J. Cotton, ‘78 Edawn L. Coughman, ‘11 Walter B. Council, ‘03 Gerald Counts, ‘78 Sherry L. Courtney, ‘11 Wanda Y. Covay, ‘79 Dora P. Covington, ‘11 MonaLisa Covington, ‘06 Rachel A. Covington, ‘69 Yulander D. Covington, ‘12 Jasmine R. Cowan, ‘12 William A. Coward, ‘79 Calvin Cox, ‘79 Iris A. Cox, ‘79 Kenneth Cox, ‘76 Quatrice Y. Cox, ‘07 Tracy B. Cox, ‘10 Doretha H. Craig, ‘78 Harold R. Craig, ‘78 Julia D. Craig, ‘13 Carol D. Craven, ‘13 Tamara E. Crawford, ‘11 Kristen Crenshaw Patrick Crews, ‘13 Toya L. Crichlow-Mack, ‘98 Sonya R. Crisanto, ‘12 Jahrae K. Cromartie, ‘13 Tracy L. Cropper Cheryl R. Cross, ‘69 Anthony L. Crowder, ‘11 Sandra B. Crowder, ‘78 Christopher E. Crudup, ‘89 Doris F. Crudup, ‘65 Chay-Anna D. Crumble, ‘11 Tracie J. Crumel, ‘01 Sharazard U. Crummy, ‘10 Charles Crump, ‘69 Sally W. Crump, ‘80 Foster L. Crutchfield, ‘78 Raymond E. Culver, ‘13 Bridgette A. Cunnigan, ‘12 Antonette T. Cunningham, ‘13 Ivory J. Cunningham, ‘11

Sandra F. Cunningham, ‘11 Victoria B. Cureton, ‘10 Lillian B. Currin, ‘58 Theresa Curry Daniel Curtis Eastmond Cusack, ‘71 Kristina Cusenza Aquia S. Cutler, ‘12 Paulette J. Cutts, ‘05 Kenneth G. Dalsheimer Annie M. Dalton, ‘00 Jeffery T. Dancy, ‘11 Christa T. Daniel, ‘12 Shantee D. Daniels, ‘10 Tameca N. Daniels, ‘10 Tierra L. Daniels, ‘13 Wilma W. Daniels, ‘92 Jaalisa N. Darden, ‘11 Lilipiana D. Darensburg, ‘95 Bettie Daughtry Dave Davenport David W. Davenport Nancy R. Davenport Kathleen Daves-Conner Theodore David, ‘78 Anthony M. Davis, ‘12 Audrey C. Davis, ‘97 Barbara J. Davis, ‘89 Carolyn C. Davis, ‘70 Cassaundra R. Davis, ‘11 Cheryl M. Davis, ‘02 Cummie R. Davis, ‘13 Darrell K. Davis, ‘11 Dorothy C. Davis, ‘12 Gloria F. Davis, ‘95 Herbert M. Davis Jamila K. Davis Jessica A. Davis, ‘11 Jonah D. Davis, ‘09 Harold E. Davis, Jr. Juakita L. Davis, ‘13 Lamarcus Davis, ‘12 Melvin Davis, ‘96 Michael K. Davis, ‘05 Myia C. Davis, ‘13 Nancy A. Davis Nicole T. Davis, ‘11 Pamalia Y. Davis, ‘12 Rana M. Davis, ‘10 Robert L. Davis, ‘69 Sandra Jo P. Davis, ‘69 Scott H. Davis Sharon Davis Skylar V. Davis, ‘12 Stephanie M. Davis, ‘11 Sylvia R. Davis, ‘10 Lennea C. Dawson, ‘99 Madeline B. Dawson, ‘69 Tonya M. Dawson, ‘10 Verlanda C. Dawson, ‘12 Dayton Foundation Depository, Inc. Linda G. Dean, ‘77 Patricia A. Dean, ‘68 Alanda R. Debnam Mattilon R. Debose-Rock Deborah J. Debourg-Brown Ophelia F. DeCoster, ‘76

Louis B. Delaine Jesse E. Demps Cynthia D. Dempsey, ‘10 Natanta Demsey Juanita M. Denis, ‘10 Dominique L. Denney, ‘13 Brenda S. Dennis, ‘11 Roy L. Dennis, Jr., ‘05 Brandon D. Dever, ‘11 Michael L. Devere, ‘12 Vickie P. Devine, ‘10 Mark Deviney Dani Devinney Amy K. Dewitt, ‘11 Sokhnamay Diakhate, ‘13 Ernest D. Dickens, ‘13 Lucy Dinner Donna Dittmar Beasley T. Dixon, ‘60 Doris G. Dixon, ‘54 James O. Dixon, ‘10 Rhonda H. Dixon, ‘13 Kerry Dobson Taneha M. Dobson, ‘13 Troy L. Dolby, ‘11 Angela A. Dorman, ‘11 Wanda S. Dorsey, ‘11 Rosa L. Doss, ‘10 Asia K. Douglas, ‘13 Dantarius D. Douglas, ‘12 Delois F. Douglas, ‘11 Denise D. Douglas, ‘12 Jonathan D. Douros, ‘10 Alvin B. Downing, ‘09 Felicia S. Downing, ‘11 Jessica Downing, ‘10 Richard Doyle Doris M. Dozier, ‘12 Larry G. Dozier, ‘69 Patricia A. Dozier, ‘11 Shekita J. Draughn, ‘10 Bernice M. Drayton, ‘56 Eric J. Drew, ‘12 Michael L. Dublin Barbara E. Dubose, ‘90 Alford T. Dudley, ‘11 Diontae L. Dugger, ‘11 Robert E. Dukes, ‘12 Mary A. Dulan Stacy N. Duncan, ‘92 Lisa D. Dunlap, ‘12 Yvonne S. Dunlap, ‘96 Jewelyn L. Dunn, ‘01 Jewyl E. Dunn, ‘73 Kenneth L. Dunn, ‘75 Britney C. Dunston, ‘13 Deborah M. Dutch, ‘01 Deborah B. Eakins, ‘09 Michelle K. Early, ‘11 Selena D. Eason, ‘11 Mel D. Eaton, ‘10 Martha Eberle Henry L. Edmonds, ‘66 Jesse Edmonds, ‘66 Lakisha R. Edmonds, ‘10 Lenora B. Edmonds, ‘69 Mildred M. Edmonds, ‘66 Adrion A. Edwards WWW.SHAWU.EDU | 27


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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Carmelita Y. Edwards, ‘11 Whileatha M. Edwards, ‘11 Emily E. Eily, ‘58 Nadine D. Ejire, ‘90 Julie Eldrige Stacey P. Eley, ‘11 Ashley T. Elliott, ‘10 Edward Ellis Jennifer R. Ellis, ‘92 Judy E. Ellis, ‘76 Alicia M. Ellison, ‘13 Donald Ellison, ‘12 Karen W. Ellison, ‘11 Cassandra L. Elmore, ‘80 Iesha A. Enoch, ‘12 Paul Ervin Fontella M. Etumnu, ‘10 Kametrice R. Eugene, ‘10 Arnold L. Evans Dwayne A. Evans Tarkie N. Evans, ‘11 Teresa D. Evans, ‘10 James F. Everett, ‘80 Ronda B. Everett, ‘11 Kamesia M. Ewing, ‘92 Cynthia D. Fair, ‘13 Annie R. Faison Fredericka T. Faison, ‘11 William M. Faison, ‘83 Faison’s Funeral Home Fabio N. Falcato, ‘11 George T. Fanelli Carl L. Farmer, ‘97 Chanetta L. Farmer, ‘08 Delton H. Farmer, ‘12 Malika C. Farmer, ‘13 Michael T. Farmer Stephanie Faroul, ‘13 Mary B. Farrar, ‘92 Helen H. Farrior, ‘58 Jacquelyne B. Fassett Emmanuel O. Fasuyi, ‘13 William L. Faucette Angel S. Faulkner, ‘13 Lillie Feggins-Boone, ‘76 Tawanda A. Feggins-Walker, ‘87 Gloria C. Feimster Brittany E. Felder, ‘13 Loretta L. Fellers, ‘63 Deas D. Fenderson, ‘11 Constance Ferguson Charlie Fields Whitnee C. Fields, ‘07 Wilfreda C. Fields, ‘74 First Baptist Church - Raleigh, NC Senior Choir Anne Fiske Misty A. Flack, ‘12 Nicole R. Fletcher, ‘13 Tracion D. Flood, ‘13 Latarsha S. Flowers, ‘12 Wanda Y. Floyd, ‘12 Woodrow Flythe, ‘66 Earnestine M. Fobbs, ‘12

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Deirdre A. Foote, ‘11 Herman L. Forbes, ‘39 Brandon J. Ford, ‘11 Charles A. Ford, ‘95 Darryl J. Ford Donald A. Ford Edith T. Ford Isabella O. Ford Jimmy L. Ford, ‘80 Latrelle Ford Malcolm J. Ford Lillie B. Foriest, ‘67 Jacquelyn S. Fornville, ‘12 Hooman Foroudastan, ‘12 Arnold W. Foster, ‘76 Ashley S. Foster, ‘13 Dallas Foster, ‘64 Jamie D. Foster, ‘12 Linda Foust Alexander C. Fox, ‘11 Jessie B. Fox, ‘61 David M. Foy Diane Foye, ‘77 Tiffany Frampton Adriel J. Francis, ‘13 Gardenia H. Franklin, ‘86 Bengi M. Frantz, ‘12 Chandrea D. Frasier, ‘13 Connie E. Frazier, ‘11 Jasmine J. Frazier, ‘11 Linda L. Frazier, ‘12 Donnie J. Freeman, ‘50 Kenneth R. Freeman Sheila Freeman, ‘12 Shirley Freeman, ‘13 Tamekita L. Freeman, ‘12 Pearl H. Frizzell, ‘59 Jasmine S. Frye, ‘13 Tameka N. Fuller, ‘11 James R. Fullwood Nathaniel N. Fullwood, ‘69 Jermeka C. Fulton, ‘11 James Fulwood, ‘92 Norvell S. Gaddy Frank R. Gailor Gerald B. Gainous Debra I. Gaither, ‘95 Marisa R. Gaither, ‘12 Dawne Galdi Nathaniel Gale Freddi D. Gallimore Michelle D. Galloway, ‘12 Denise G. Gamble, ‘71 Richard L. Gamble, ‘13 Yvette M. Gardner, ‘11 Norma Garner William H. Garner, ‘59 Bradley A. Garrett, ‘12 Kurt Garrett Patricia A. Garrett Vonsia T. Garris, ‘13 Gloria W. Garrison, ‘71 Robert Garrison Robert F. Garrison, ‘70

George D. Gartrell, ‘12 Willie E. Gary, ‘71 Gerald W. Gause, ‘12 Ronald L. Gay, ‘74 Alphonso L. Gaydon, Sr, ‘01 Joy L. Gayles, ‘96 Sahr K. Gbondo, ‘96 Chris Geary Rob Gelblum Mary A. Gentry Eursula G. George, ‘13 Muriel M. George, ‘88 Cedric D. Geter, ‘12 Bernice J. Ghist Mitchell A. Gibbs, ‘77 Marie B. Gibson, ‘63 Sandra Gibson Shirley O. Gibson, ‘98 Hope B. Giles, ‘77 Leonard A. Giles, ‘77 Cardrienne Gill, ‘63 Curtis M. Gill, ‘69 Pearlie M. Gill, ‘73 Randy T. Gill, ‘07 Annie M. Gillespie, ‘42 Jocelyn S. Gillespie, ‘11 Najee C. Gillespie, ‘13 Neeko C. Gillespie, ‘12 William L. Gillespie William R. Gillespie Nijah I. Gillette, ‘09 June V. Gilliard Skillet Gilmore Yvonne C. Gilyard, ‘13 Gregory Gipson, ‘77 Ryan R. Girley, ‘12 Johnathan Q. Gladden, ‘12 Benjamin A. Glascoe, ‘61 Carl L. Glenn, ‘03 Willie Glenn, ‘92 Anna L. Glover, ‘46 Briana A. Glover, ‘13 Campanella Godfrey, ‘12 Darnell D. Goines, ‘12 Jerrell A. Goings, ‘12 John Goldfield Brian Goldstein Stella G. Goldston, ‘11 Weelay P. Gonyon, ‘13 Sonya L. Goode, ‘11 Olivia D. Goodman, ‘13 Wanda B. Goodman, ‘09 Johnny A. Goodrich, ‘50 Anthony Goodson Charles H. Gordon, ‘11 Crystal M. Gordon, ‘13 Gary M. Gordon, ‘04 Nadine A. Gordon, ‘11 Shirley Gore, ‘92 S. J. Goree William Gowan Christopher M. Grady, ‘12 Matthew Grady Lillian M. Graham, ‘13

Pinkey B. Graham, ‘13 Shakita R. Graham, ‘11 Lauren L. Grandy, ‘11 Nikita D. Grant, ‘12 Stephanie L. Grantham, ‘12 Asia I. Graves, ‘00 Denise S. Graves Gladys F. Graves, ‘69 Barry R. Gray, ‘99 Shannon S. Gray, ‘13 Tosha B. Gray, ‘02 Marion B. Greaux, ‘68 Assata S. Green, ‘13 Freida Green Jacquail D. Green, ‘13 Sammara C. Green, ‘13 Tanzania S. Green, ‘13 Van H. Green, ‘73 Yvonne Greene Alexander Greer, ‘11 Tracy F. Gregg, ‘12 Julius L. Gregory, ‘11 Keith Gregory Mary C. Gregory-Greene, ‘12 Amber D. Grice, ‘11 Eloise Grice E. R. Grier Gregory L. Griffin, ‘74 Leslie L. Griffin, ‘11 Melissa Griffin Pearl L. Griffin, ‘13 Raymond Griffin, ‘65 Rhonda S. Grimes, ‘12 Monica N. Grimmage, ‘12 Ann W. Grimmett, ‘58 Mary A. Grimsley, ‘13 Jarome A. Gripper, ‘11 Dominique Grizzle, ‘13 Clara Guess, ‘43 George Gullatt, ‘78 Angela R. Gunn, ‘94 Melba R. Guy Roy R. Gwyn H. J. Brown & Assoc. DDS, PA Carla B. Hagins, ‘10 Chineal N. Hailey, ‘11 Diane Hainer Anna C. Hairston, ‘42 Fanny C. Hairston Martha Hairston, ‘95 Arlethia E. Hall, ‘05 Joel L. Hall, ‘11 Donald Halliday David E. Hamilton, ‘12 Joyce A. Hamilton Valerie T. Hamilton, ‘12 Fredessa Hamilton-Cobb Yolanda F. Hammond, ‘96 Geraldine S. Hampton Betty Hankerson Anthony J. Hannah, ‘11 Woodrow W. Harding, ‘35 Laura J. Hardy, ‘13 Edith Hare, ‘57


Barbara A. Hargrove, ‘94 Jake Hargrove, ‘83 Gwendolyn M. Harkley, ‘12 James D. Harkley, ‘09 Belinda J. Harper, ‘06 Legeia M. Harper Paris B. Harper, ‘13 Mary A. Harrell Fitima L. Harris Miller, ‘11 Carolyn B. Harris, ‘12 Cornell Harris, ‘12 Daryl A. Harris, ‘12 Donald E. Harris, ‘95 Dwayne Harris, ‘11 Gena A. Harris, ‘09 James A. Harris, ‘13 James W. Harris Johnny Harris, ‘75 Latonya M. Harris, ‘92 Lindy M. Harris, ‘94 Marcina W. Harris, ‘69 Ronnie Harris, ‘91 Sheconia A. Harris, ‘13 Shiasia T. Harris, ‘12 Zelda G. Harris, ‘11 Anthony R. Harrison, ‘10 Kimberly B. Harrison, ‘11 Sherman R. Hart, ‘05 Wanda K. Hart, ‘08 Aminifu Harvey Keith Harvey, ‘73 Richard H. Harvey Nuri J. Hasan, ‘11 Inez F. Haskins, ‘71 Raymond F. Haskins, ‘72 Daphne T. Hauser, ‘12 Jewel B. Hawkins, ‘58 Susie Y. Hawkins Sylvester A. Hawkins, ‘11 Barbara M. Hayes, ‘00 Barbara P. Hayes Gloria B. Hayes, ‘06 Shameka V. Hayes, ‘12 William R. Hayes, ‘13 Alana M. Haynes, ‘07 Jacqueline O. Haynes, ‘02 Tanesha L. Haynes, ‘04 Leon D. Hayward, ‘12 Bessie S. Haywood, ‘13 Lena F. Heaggans, ‘63 Clay Heath Ella L. Heath, ‘12 Jeanette D. Heck, ‘13 Elsie M. Heckstall, ‘11 Tamara L. Hedgepath, ‘98 Helen E. Waite Funeral Service Dorothy E. Helms, ‘49 Donna L. Hemphill, ‘82 Kashia N. Hemphill, ‘13 Kiaria D. Henderson, ‘11 Whitney R. Henderson, ‘11 Timasia A. Hendrick, ‘13 Nicole M. Hendricks, ‘11 Linda S. Henley, ‘12 Zoe Y. Herndon, ‘12 Anna W. Herring, ‘66 Barbara J. Hester, ‘99 Markette I. Hester, ‘00

Malik L. Heyward, ‘12 Sam P. Hickerson, ‘00 Margaret Hickle Brian E. Hicks, ‘11 Brittney D. Hicks, ‘11 Nancy Hicks Tracy Hicks, ‘11 Thomas W. Higdon, ‘11 Sherria S. Higgins, ‘13 Michelle R. Higgs, ‘11 April C. High, ‘11 David High Brenda L. Hiler, ‘75 Abriella Hill, ‘13 Alicia N. Hill, ‘11 Chandra E. Hill, ‘13 David M. Hill, ‘08 Edith G. Hill, ‘76 Janice D. Hill, ‘13 Jesse J. Hill, ‘80 Kendra D. Hill Kourtney M. Hill, ‘13 Michael D. Hill, ‘75 Michael T. Hill, ‘12 Tony J. Hillian, ‘13 Darolyn Hilts Timothy Hince Carlos M. Hines, ‘11 Chelsie S. Hines, ‘11 Michael D. Hines, ‘11 Salima S. Hines, ‘12 Thomas J. Hines Darciea Hinnant, ‘11 Brenda J. Hinton, ‘06 Eric Hinton Joyce M. Hinton, ‘66 Joyce P. Hinton, ‘99 Renee Hinton Tiffany D. Hinton, ‘12 Denni Hoadley Cachet N. Hobson, ‘12 Jason D. Hobson Alicia G. Hockaday, ‘10 Henrietta E. Hodge, ‘92 Tammie A. Hodge, ‘11 Nakia P. Hodges, ‘13 Vanessa M. Hogan, ‘12 Kiara A. Holland, ‘11 Pearl J. Holland Gregory Hollenquest Tanya S. Holley, ‘08 Frederick E. Holliday, ‘12 Phillip T. Hollingsworth, ‘11 Emily G. Holloway Holly Hill FWB Church - Greenville, NC Manus E. Holmes, ‘82 Holy Hill of Zion Ministries Gwendolyn G. Hood, ‘12 Selane Hook, ‘73 Nina C. Hooks, ‘11 Victoria N. Hooks, ‘07 Jenell Hooper, ‘12 George W. Hoover Christopher J. Hopkins, ‘12 Mary T. Hopkins, ‘11 Sheaneatha D. Hopkins, ‘06 Patricia Horan

Cynthia G. Horne, ‘13 Jamaar Hosier, ‘12 DeAndre B. Houston, ‘13 Galen R. Houston Darryl C. Howard, ���11 James A. Howard, ‘12 Margaretta M. Howard, ‘11 Marilyn Howard Douglas L. Howell Eva G. Howell, ‘66 James E. Howell, ‘66 Joanne S. Howell, ‘11 LaMichael S. Howell, ‘11 James M. Howerton, ‘69 Doris A. Howington David Huck Camille Hudimac Toni A. Hudson, ‘78 Willie J. Hudson James Huff, ‘74 Linda L. Huffenberger Donald R. Hughes, ‘12 Charlotte B. Humphrey DeAndre’ T. Hunt, ‘11 Katie P. Hunter, ‘88 Marissa V. Hunter, ‘13 Otha Hunter Rocky D. Hupp, ‘11 De’Shawn M. Hurdle, ‘13 Allison L. Hurt, ‘10 Constance W. Hurtt Gary Hutchins, ‘78 Ojebe O. Ifegwu, ‘87 Michelle J. Ifill, ‘99 Freeman P. Ingram, ‘71 Leroy Ingram, ‘78 Melvin E. Ingram, ‘11 Madeline Irwin Charlene R. Isom, ‘90 Sebron M. Isom, ‘85 Derwin S. Issiah, ‘98 Billy R. Jackson, ‘71 Brittany S. Jackson, ‘13 Cherry L. Jackson, ‘12 Grady A. Jackson Jaleesa C. Jackson, ‘12 Joseph W. Jackson, ‘76 Laura A. Jackson, ‘77 Melvin Jackson, ‘86 Melvin Jackson Priscilla M. Jackson, ‘98 Ronald K. Jackson, ‘11 Simone Jackson, ‘13 Tara R. Jackson, ‘13 Teresa P. Jackson, ‘11 Timothy A. Jackson, ‘73 Trevin J. Jackson Ellen Jaffe Jerry A. Jamerson Sharod D. James, ‘12 Roselle R. Jarmon, ‘12 Dianne Jarrett Miracia Jeannoute, ‘13 Schna G. Jeffers, ‘97 Denise T. Jeffries, ‘78 Adrian J. Jenkins, ‘11 Bertha A. Jenkins Gregory Jenkins, ‘71

Irvin A. Jenkins, ‘11 Jocelyn R. Jenkins, ‘12 Patricia B. Jenkins, ‘78 Tamika B. Jenkins, ‘13 Cynthia A. Jennings, ‘43 Joann B. Jennings Alberto Johnson, ‘13 April L. Johnson, ‘13 Bobby Johnson Brian K. Johnson, ‘03 Charles A. Johnson, ‘66 Collette Johnson Cynthia M. Johnson, ‘12 David A. Johnson, ‘11 Dominique S. Johnson, ‘12 Jeffrey C. Johnson Jerome Johnson, ‘79 Jerrica L. Johnson, ‘11 Jessica D. Johnson, ‘10 Jessica S. Johnson, ‘10 Joe R. Johnson, ‘76 Korrie Johnson Larry Johnson Latisha N. Johnson Leon Johnson, ‘03 Loretta C. Johnson, ‘66 Ray A. Johnson Raychelle E. Johnson, ‘11 Reginald Johnson Reginald J. Johnson Robert A. Johnson, ‘70 Robin B. Johnson, ‘12 Rosalia L. Johnson, ‘11 Sandra J. Johnson, ‘74 Shaun V. Johnson, ‘08 Shemeka Johnson Sylvia L. Johnson, ‘08 Tamika S. Johnson, ‘11 Terry Johnson, ‘11 Vincent R. Johnson, ‘87 Warner R. Johnson, ‘54 Yulnique Q. Johnson, ‘13 Mary A. Johnson-Davis, ‘11 Jay Johnston Joseph M. Johnston Alicia Jones, ‘13 Anita Jones Arvelle C. Jones Barry Jones Brandon J. Jones, ‘13 Brenda Jones Claudius Jones, ‘79 Daphanie D. Jones, ‘11 David G. Jones, ‘12 Ellen M. Jones Felicia M. Jones, ‘12 Frankie H. Jones, ‘12 Gwendolyn T. Jones, ‘80 Henry C. Jones, ‘78 Hosea E. Jones, ‘13 James Jones Joseph L. Jones, ‘13 Kinston D. Jones, ‘11 Maxine A. Jones, ‘95 Monique C. Jones, ‘13 Patricia C. Jones Patricia F. Jones, ‘63 Robyn A. Jones, ‘11

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Rosa M. Jones, ‘79 Rosalind M. Jones Sabrina A. Jones, ‘11 Shirley F. Jones Sylvia Jones, ‘78 Timothy R. Jones, ‘79 Vernell Jones, ‘78 Veronica L. Jones, ‘78 Virtue E. Jones, ‘79 Diedra R. Jordan, ‘12 Philicia G. Joy, ‘13 Renata Joy, ‘78 Geneva N. Joyner, ‘99 Joel L. Joyner, ‘75 Lorenza M. Joyner, ‘78 James Judge Allan T. Judkins, ‘09 Brenda R. Judkins, ‘12 Travis T. Judkins, ‘13 Kevan E. Julye, ‘12 Frances C. Jumper, ‘78 Eric J. Junious, ‘13 Heather M. Justice, ‘13 Barry Kaalund, ‘71 Carolyn S. Kaham, ‘98 Jerone A. Kaham, ‘99 Richard Kane Sultana A. Karim, ‘11 Arthur Katz Bethesda T. Kearney, ‘93 Crystal Kearney Jermaine L. Kearney, ‘95 Paulette P. Kearney, ‘78 Roderick E. Kearney, ‘81 Vernice Kearney, ‘05 Jamie S. Kearse, ‘13 Timothy Kee Brenda R. Keith, ‘11 Travis J. Keith, ‘94 Adrienne Keller, ‘03 David L. Kelly, ‘78 Wanda J. Kelly, ‘11 Doris Kemp-Rankins, ‘73 Vonda R. Kenan-Williams, ‘12 Deborah F. Kendrick Patrick Kernan Traevis D. Kilgore, ‘08 Diane Kimbrough Carla Kincaid Alfie W. King, ‘99 Bernice S. King, ‘13 Delores B. King, ‘74 Donald V. King, ‘73 George C. King, ‘78 Nicole M. King, ‘09 Linda F. Kirby, ‘94 Cheryl A. Kirk-Duggan Timothy E. Kirkner Ervin L. Kirkpatrick, ‘97 Zelbe M. Klein, ‘12 Rick Kleinfelter Felise M. Knight, ‘93 Mary D. Knight, ‘01 Mary E. Knight, ‘53 30 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

Ollie Knight, ‘01 Sandra W. Knight Sheri P. Knight, ‘12 Tamey M. Knight, ‘01 Abdue L. Knox, ‘01 Kenneth Knox Rashida C. Knox Brenda Koonce Brandon O. Kornegay, ‘13 Tenisha P. Kornegay, ‘11 Philip A. Kregor Maurice L. Lackey, ‘13 Cleopatrick Lacy, ‘72 Erica A. Lafrades, ‘13 Esther E. Laing, ‘01 Reginald R. Lamb, ‘11 Amanda L. Lambert, ‘11 Edward D. Land, ‘13 Bobby Landers, ‘78 Allyssa L. Lane, ‘12 Ella M. Lane, ‘13 James R. Lane, ‘01 Richard Lane Bonnie R. Laney, ‘02 Atavis L. Langford, ‘13 Kevin Langley, ‘01 Leon B. Langley, ‘12 Joyce S. Lashley, ‘01 Dana W. Lassiter, ‘10 Elbert J. Lassiter, ‘92 Greta A. Lassiter, ‘12 Jasmine S. Latson, ‘11 Law Office of Christel Ford Berry LLC Fabian W. Law, ‘13 Lonai K. Leach, ‘12 Michael A. Leach, ‘93 Nakeisha S. Leak, ‘12 Jalair V. Leamon, ‘12 Kiara M. Leary, ‘13 Pattie L. Leary, ‘65 Thomas A. Leatherberry Marcus R. Leathers, ‘12 Daphne J. Lee, ‘12 Darnell Lee, ‘11 Hershey Lee Katie L. Lee Marvin N. Lee, ‘90 Deonna J. Leftwich, ‘11 Eugene M. Leggett, ‘71 Tommy R. Legrand, ‘11 Sherrod T. Leigh, ‘10 Sherron A. Leigh, ‘08 Rhiannon H. Lemieux, ‘12 Ayana J. Lemon, ‘09 Paulette Lemon-Brock, ‘04 Porsha S. Lennon, ‘13 Aaron E. Lesane, ‘12 Curtis E. Levingston, ‘11 Julie Levinson Lewis Chapel Missionary Baptist Church - Fayetteville, NC Alicia D. Lewis, ‘13 Bessie S. Lewis, ‘51

Brenda M. Lewis, ‘88 Clara R. Lewis, ‘76 Darren D. Lewis, ‘10 Dennis R. Lewis, ‘13 Eunice A. Lewis, ‘58 Felts W. Lewis, ‘49 Harold D. Lewis, Sr., ‘73 Harold D. Lewis, Jr., ‘11 Janet S. Lewis, ‘12 Lawrence F. Lewis, ‘13 Leonard E. Lewis, ‘54 Luretha W. Lewis, ‘73 Michele Lewis, ‘11 Victoria L. Lewis, ‘11 Joseph A. Lewter, ‘74 Deborah Lightfoot Joclyn M. Lights, ‘11 Kenneth Lincoln, Margaret B. Lindsey, ‘51 Amanda D. Linebarger, ‘13 James Lipscomb, ‘71 Lou Lipsitz Cynthia T. Little, ‘11 Daphne K. Little, ‘04 Faye A. Little, ‘99 Gregory L. Little, ‘13 Mary B. Little, ‘13 Q’uintina U. Little, ‘13 Randy M. Little Melissa A. Little-Lewis, ‘89 Lacy H. Littles Akaia J. Lloyd, ‘11 Jeffrey W. Lloyd, ‘83 Randolph R. Lockett Rena V. Lockett, ‘12 Travis J. Lockett, ‘13 Hubert Lockhart Vanessa H. Logan Thompson, ‘12 Alshae’ R. Logan, ‘11 Lambert Logan Phylisha R. Logan, ‘13 Jeffrey D. Long, ‘11 Vivian B. Love, ‘12 Gus Lovett, ‘71 Stephanie N. Lovick, ‘11 Delma J. Lucas, ‘13 Lykeyia P. Lucas, ‘11 Phillip E. Lucas, ‘76 David Lumley Leonard O. Lyles, ‘09 Danielle Lynch, ‘74 Antonio S. Lyons, ‘10 Blanche Lyons Cynthia C. Lyons, ‘81 Merrell A. Lyons, ‘81 Ashley N. Mabry, ‘13 Mona L. Mabry-Jones, ‘98 Arlethia Mack Armidee F. Mack, ‘00 Cathy R. Mack, ‘13 Kade R. Mack Karla T. Mack, ‘01 Kimberly D. Mack, ‘12 Tiffany S. Mackey, ‘11

Damien T. Madden, ‘11 Roy M. Maddox, ‘11 Cathy R. Malloy, ‘72 Rod Malone Bruce C. Mamel Terrick T. Mangle, ‘11 Angela D. Mangum, ‘13 John H. Manley, ‘97 Fannette M. Mann, ‘72 Alycia A. Marcena, ‘13 August March Trevor D. Marion, ‘11 Melvin B. Marley, ‘11 Thurl L. Marsh, ‘73 Jeffrey L. Marshall, ‘07 David L. Martin, ‘93 Waymon Martin Yvonne F. Marvels, ‘12 Dudley N. Mason, ‘11 Gregory W. Mason, ‘11 Norma N. Mason, ‘12 Tomika M. Mason, ‘12 Lisa M. Massey, ‘13 Yannick P. Masunda, ‘12 Juanita M. Mathis, ‘12 Henry R. Mattocks, ‘01 Ruth B. Maupin, ‘12 Phyllis J. May, ‘01 Yolanda F. May, ‘13 Julie Mayberry Lucy A. Maye, ‘11 Judy C. Mayhand-Howard, ‘96 Clement Maynard, ‘71 Sinead H. Mayo Melissa M. McAllister Tyreese R. McAllister, ‘90 Joseph W. McAlpin, ‘11 Abbie B. McCaffity, ‘11 Jamel D. McCaffity-Eubanks, ‘12 Jonathan McCants, ‘80 Beatrice McClain Dena D. McClain, ‘11 Felicia N. McClain, ‘12 Jessie M. McClain Larry D. McClain, ‘12 Sylvia McClain Maxine F. McCorkle, ‘62 Christopher E. McCoy, ‘88 Delores McCoy, ‘04 Jerry M. McCrary, ‘13 La’Tanta D. McCrimmon, ‘05 Thomas McDonald Vivian D. McDuffie, ‘12 Purvis McEachern, II, ‘13 Markus A. McElveen, ‘11 Justin G. McFadden, ‘12 Tanisha R. McGaughey, ‘12 Larry S. McGill, ‘12 Helen S. McGowan, ‘60 Frances S. McHam Nickkia N. McIntyre, ‘12 Frances H. McIver Mussette F. McKelvey Troi M. McKenzie, ‘04


Gordon A. McKinney, ‘11 Clifton A. McKnight Marshal McKnight Patricia C. McKnight, ‘11 Tyron L. McLaughlin, ‘13 Ahmad R. McLean, ‘05 Brenda M. McLean, ‘12 Denise G. McLean, ‘11 Nina McLean Stacy O. McLellan, ‘12 Larry McMillan, ‘78 Tangela S. McMillan, ‘07 Carrie McNair Jessica L. McNeal, ‘13 Ben McNeely Oscar M. McPherson Kevin A. McQuay, ‘78 Mischella M. McQueen, ‘13 Christopher W. Mcsweeney, ‘92 Tammy R. Meadows, ‘13 Dennis E. Mecum, ‘11 Delois B. Mercer, ‘94 Kimberly D. Mercer, ‘12 Kathleen M. Merritt, ‘05 Metro-Washington DC Alumni Louis B. Meyer Clarence E. Middlebrooks, ‘12 Mildred L. Mikell, ‘82 Kenneth Miles Sandra J. Miles, ‘63 Triahnna R. Miles, ‘12 Kristy L. Milian, ‘03 Carisha R. Miller, ‘13 Herbert Miller, ‘05 Irene Miller, ‘45 Pamela G. Miller, ‘05 Josepheus Mills Mary S. Mills John L. Milner, ‘78 Ruby R. Mims, ‘66 Winifred Mims, ‘09 Kent M. Miner Jeffery Minnish Vallarie L. Miree, ‘12 Lubos Mitas Alicia L. Mitchell, ‘13 Donald Mitchell, ‘06 Elaine Mitchell, ‘06 Joy H. Mitchell, ‘12 Rose M. Mitchell Shareka R. Mitchell, ‘11 Susan Mitchell Tosh K. Mitchell, ‘12 Yolanda P. Mitchell, ‘11 Henry G. Monroe, ‘62 Cynthia D. Montague Idoreyin P. Montague, ‘05 Jacqueline L. Montague, ‘12 William D. Montague, ‘90 Deidra Montford Emily Montgomery, ‘12 Carmen L. Moody, ‘08 Edward Moon Aliyah T. Moore, ‘13 Brian G. Moore, ‘11 Consuela P. Moore, ‘11 Cornelius Moore Crystal E. Moore, ‘13

David E. Moore, ‘11 Fredrine Moore, ‘13 Gracye H. Moore, ‘53 Gregory D. Moore, ‘11 Herbert D. Moore, ‘92 Jacquelyn Moore, ‘12 Jullia H. Moore, ‘87 Lauretta S. Moore, ‘48 Lawanda T. Moore, ‘13 Locke Moore, ‘65 Michelle A. Moore, ‘11 Naomi C. Moore Roxanne Moore, ‘13 Shawn A. Moore, ‘12 Sydney Moore, ‘11 Bonnie B. Moorman, ‘99 Deborah J. Moose Thais P. Moran, ‘11 Diane Morgan, ‘74 Larry Morgan Tia M. Morgan, ‘11 Willie L. Morgan, ‘12 Cynthia D. Morris, ‘13 Diane M. Morris, ‘73 Sharon M. Morris, ‘73 Wilbert R. Morris, ‘73 Raynita M. Morrison, ‘07 Saabquilla R. Morrison, ‘12 Samuel D. Morrison, ‘13 Dietrich A. Morrison-Danner, ‘92 Misheema I. Morrissey, ‘07 Dorothy D. Morrow James A. Moseley Minnie M. Mott, ‘58 Jermaine Moultrie, ‘12 Jamil R. Muhaimin Kirsten Mullen Farrand Mundt Leza Mundt Aisha Murff, ‘97 Beverly Y. Nash, ‘73 Willie Nash, ‘80 Ellen Z. Nathan, ‘13 Ammar Y. Natsheh, ‘11 Amienatta M. N’Dure, ‘05 Fatoumatta N’Dure, ‘02 Benjamin J. Neal, ‘11 Irina Negrea Condolita B. Nelson, ‘12 Pamela C. Nettles Angela D. Nevels-Thompson, ‘11 Genia L. Newkirk, ‘13 William T. Newkirk, ‘89 Helen D. Newman, ‘60 Monzetta H. Newsome-Oakley, ‘08 Sandra A. Newsome-Young, ‘13 Jacob E. Newton Mary M. Newton, ‘78 Sequoia D. Nichelson, ‘12 Debra P. Nicklin, ‘11 Gabriel C. Nicotra, ‘12 Peter Nisler Kiara D. Nixon, ‘13 Randolph Norris, ‘73 Sababu C. Norris Delores E. Northington Eleanor F. Nunn, ‘63

Tony D. Nunnley, ‘13 Anita l. Nyberg Michael E. Oakley, ‘05 Elizabeth B. Oas Levy J. Oates Shakina O. Oates, ‘11 Deborah H. Odom, ‘98 Louise Odom, ‘11 Rosa M. Odomes, ‘81 Royden Ogden Evan A. Okafor, ‘11 Vivian A. Okelo, ‘13 DeAndre J. Okonji, ‘12 Michael P. Oleary Peter Olejar Denise R. O’Neal, ‘11 George A. Onsando, ‘13 Jacqueline Outing, ‘75 Curtis J. Outlaw, ‘09 Michelle R. Outlaw, ‘12 Terrence Outlaw Brittney D. Owens, ‘11 Donna L. Owens, ‘11 Reginald Owens, ‘73 Ruth M. Owens, ‘13 Teresa D. Pace Tara E. Packer, ‘13 Floretta P. Paige, ‘89 Larry Paige, ‘74 Marie B. Palmer Carolyn Parker CaShawn D. Parker, ‘11 Kelvin O. Parker, ‘84 Leon D. Parker, ‘06 Maie L. Parker Shannon D. Parker, ‘07 Steven A. Parker, ‘12 Tara M. Parker, ‘13 Donna J. Parker-Tate, ‘73 Patrice J. Parrish, ‘02 Thomas Parrish Jaclyn A. Parry, ‘11 Patillo Chapel Church - Henrico, NC Ditanyan M. Patterson, ‘13 Eleanor R. Patterson, ‘07 Jamar L. Patterson, ‘13 Nijah N. Patton, ‘11 C. W. Payne Oliver T. Pazdry, ‘11 Anthony Peace, ‘77 Cynthia R. Peace, ‘12 Ruby C. Peace, ‘13 Rudy Pearce, ‘79 Ashleigh D. Pearson, ‘12 Mary B. Pearson, ‘13 Erica A. Peay Vanessa W. Peay, ‘13 April N. Peebles, ‘10 Linda S. Peele Michael Pelz-Sherman Franchine P. Pena, ‘09 Telley R. Pender, ‘11 Elisa L. Penn, ‘13 Diamond Pennington, ‘13 Z. Genotre Penny-Boone, ‘58 LaVerne C. Pennycooke, ‘79 Eppa D. Penwell, ‘79

Gloria Peoples, ‘69 Samaiah Y. Peraza, ‘11 Thyrone L. Perdue, ‘11 Craig C. Perkins, ‘11 Erica M. Perkins, ‘12 Lance D. Perkins, ‘11 Tamika W. Perkins, ‘13 Emily J. Perry, ‘71 Khaim D. Perry, ‘11 Lester E. Perry, ‘75 Nancy R. Perry, ‘13 Patricia A. Perry, ‘11 Vanessa L. Perry, ‘79 Andrea Peterson, ‘88 Rickey Peterson, ‘12 Sharon Petrillo Randolph Pettiford, ‘12 Cassandra Pettigrew Barbra Gregory B. Petty Oscar L. Petty, ‘13 Anneace L. Phillips, ‘12 Barbara Y. Phillips, ‘60 Cheryl Phillips Cheryl A. Phillips Dionne T. Phillips, ‘11 Laricia Phillips, ‘12 Rudolph V. Phillips, ‘50 Stacy L. Phillips, ‘13 Vincent Phillips, ‘69 Vincent M. Phillips, ‘11 Willie Phillips, ‘79 Cedric L. Philpot, ‘12 Leon Phuse, ‘74 Carmen D. Pickett, ‘79 Bernadette Pickles Garry T. Pierce, ‘11 Hazel H. Pierce, ‘88 Hazel M. Pierce, ‘88 James H. Pierce Tracy Pierre-Louis, ‘12 Barbara A. Pildis Eddie P. Pinckney, ‘69 Cleveland Pitt, ‘13 Cleopatra H. Pittman, ‘51 Leather R. Pittman, ‘11 Ronald Pittman, ‘80 Isaac F. Pitts, ‘07 Shiesha V. Pitts, ‘96 Dianna Pledger Carolyn W. Plummer James R. Polk, ‘69 Katrina D. Pollard, ‘11 Carol Pomper Adrianne M. Poole, ‘13 Frazlier L. Pope, ‘73 Kendra N. Pope, ‘12 Joe Poran June Porter, ‘11 Staphany C. Porter, ‘11 Robin F. Postell, ‘13 Monique Poteat Julie E. Potenziani Barbara V. Powell Candance B. Powell, ‘07 Jeanne E. Powell, ‘79 Jeffrey L. Powell Marjorie Powell, ‘54

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mary V. Powell, ‘11 Randy D. Powell, ‘00 Ryne N. Powell, ‘12 Staccato K. Powell, ‘13 Tafarrah J. Powell, ‘11 Wallace V. Powell, ‘13 Jessica T. Present Ebony M. Presha, ‘11 Tanya C. Presha, ‘11 Denise A. Price, ‘12 Sheridan D. Price, ‘12 Monique R. Pridgen, ‘13 Mary A. Primm, ‘13 John Primus, ‘79 David G. Prince, ‘92 Harold W. Prince, ‘73 John Prince Saundra V. Proctor, ‘11 Angela D. Propst, ‘13 Daniel D. Prosser, ‘11 Public Service Electric and Connie L. Pulley, ‘11 Ronald Pulley Steppi G. Pulley, ‘13 Douglas C. Purcell, ‘12 Denise L. Quigley, ‘11 Shawnice M. Quigley, ‘11 Ernestine Quiller-Morgan Harold Rabsatt, ‘71 Yolanda Rabun Robert B. Rader Leslie M. Rager, ‘12 Angelia P. Ragin, ‘99 Shamora T. Ramseur, ‘11 LaToya S. Ramsey, ‘11 Julian M. Randall, ‘12 Audrey H. Randolph, ‘94 Marquita Randolph, ‘12 Brittany Y. Ransom, ‘12 Quinetta C. Rascoe, ‘13 A. T. Ratcliff Carina D. Ratcliff, ‘12 Debbie C. Ravenell, ‘80 Arlee D. Rawls, ‘79 Ronald D. Raxter Francine M. Ray, ‘11 Sherry M. Ray-Burrell, ‘13 Earl D. Reams, ‘12 Jaylah Reddick-Pittman Charles H. Reed, ‘76 Gerald R. Reed Willie B. Reed, ‘79 Andrea W. Reid, ‘12 Caleb N. Reid, ‘13 Lakita E. Reimonenq, ‘11 Reliable Healthcare Johnnie E. Rhodes, ‘12 Lula J. Rhodes Monica N. Rhodes, ‘13 Shonna D. Rich, ‘13 Tonya Y. Richards, ‘13 Andre’ S. Richardson, ‘97 Ivanette D. Richardson, ‘00 Jaquita C. Richardson, ‘12 32 | PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2012-2013

Joyce J. Richardson, ‘68 Julius L. Richardson, ‘08 Kashmea J. Richardson, ‘12 Quanesha L. Richardson, ‘13 Quanise N. Richardson, ‘13 Stephanie M. Richardson, ‘90 Vertis R. Richardson Yvette M. Richardson, ‘13 Ramona S. Richmond, ‘04 Carolyn L. Ricks, ‘69 Clara P. Riddick, ‘11 Deborah J. Riddick, ‘73 Eugenia L. Riddick, ‘13 Nicholas Riddle Sharetta M. Riggins, ‘12 Keyonu’ S. Rivera, ‘01 Roderick L. Rivers Jr Florrie B. Rivers, ‘77 Sheena R. Rivers, ‘08 James A. Roberson, ‘87 Tayvein M. Roberson, ‘12 Frederick R. Roberts, ‘69 Mahalia A. Roberts, ‘69 Sharon H. Roberts Donald W. Robertson, ‘11 Judy G. Robertson Diane M. Robinson, ‘99 Jalisa M. Robinson, ‘13 Mary R. Robinson, ‘69 Nina K. Robinson, ‘53 Pamela R. Robinson, ‘12 Samantha C. Robinson, ‘13 Sharmaine A. Robinson, ‘11 Travis M. Robinson, ‘11 Victoria N. Robinson Willia L. Robinson, ‘12 William C. Robinson, ‘11 Cheesette C. Robinson-Stovall, ‘99 Antoinette H. Rochelle Rockingham County Alumni Chapter Henry J. Rodgers, ‘12 Karvin T. Rodgers, ‘13 Nikeisha D. Rogers, ‘12 Ruby L. Rogers, ‘62 Vanessa H. Rogers, ‘12 Ella P. Roman, ‘12 Joseph B. Rooks Stephanie M. Rose, ‘12 Benjamin C. Ross, ‘74 Shondell M. Ross, ‘12 Marvin Rouse, ‘73 Leslie D. Rowan, ‘71 Shirley J. Rowe, ‘83 Jayson D. Royal Randy B. Royal, ‘73 Linnoya P. Royster, ‘78 Robert J. Rozzell, ‘79 Jeanette T. Ruffin, ‘88 Shannon L. Ruffin, ‘11 Gerald E. Rush Miriam T. Rush, ‘71 Ernestine J. Russell, ‘09 Kishon Russell, ‘98

Patricia M. Russell, ‘10 Jeanine Ryan Freddie D. Ryans, ‘74 Renee’ Saddler Gwendolyn D. Saffo, ‘81 Shambulia-Kuish G. Sams, ‘08 Aerial E. Sanders, ‘12 Bobby L. Sanders, ‘70 Doris A. Sanders, ‘09 Gloria B. Sanders, ‘11 Jennifer M. Sanders Jeremy A. Sanders Lawanda T. Sanders, ‘96 Otis L. Sanders, ‘11 Sarah S. Sansom, ‘65 Carryne J. Satterwhite, ‘11 Vanessa D. Saulter, ‘99 Christine D. Saunders, ‘77 Stephanie Saunders-Banks Elizabeth Saylor Michael O. Scales, ‘01 Addie B. Scarboro William E. Scarborough, ‘86 Miriam Schaul Gregory Schmidt Brian Schneidewind April W. Scott, ‘12 Barbara Scott Bernard Scott Bernice G. Scott Chaniqua S. Scott, ‘11 Courtney R. Scott, ‘12 Denise R. Scott, ‘11 Quincy Scott, Jr, ‘65 Melody Scott Robin T. Scott, ‘11 Wayne L. Scott, ‘12 Clyde E. Scotton, ‘12 Ashley J. Seabook, ‘13 Rosalyn E. Seabrook, ‘73 Cleveland Sellers, ‘73 Robert C. Serow Barbara P. Sessoms, ‘95 Emma M. Sessoms, ‘94 Erricker T. Sessoms, ‘12 Robert E. Sessoms Devan P. Settles, ‘13 Lavern W. Settles, ‘03 Dolores B. Shackleford, ‘67 Lawrence Shackleford, ‘66 Darrick L. Sharpe, ‘13 JoAnn P. Sharpe, ‘11 William Sharpe Shaw University Linda Shaw Mary A. Shaw Sivad E. Shaw, ‘13 Annie C. Shearin, ‘69 Maxine T. Sheftal, ‘11 Jacqueline G. Shelton, ‘51 Saran E. Shelton Henry B. Shephard, ‘69 Lyncon R. Shepherd, ‘12 Trudy G. Sheppard, ‘11

Mary Sheridan Timika C. Shields, ‘11 Kerry L. Shipman, ‘13 Carolyn K. Shipp, ‘51 John E. Shipp, ‘51 JoAnn Short, ‘08 Chavis T. Sibert, ‘12 Jessie L. Sifford, ‘12 Ashley D. Siler, ‘12 Lohoma V. Silvers, ‘13 Ahmad R. Simmons, ‘11 Archie E. Simmons, ‘78 Bernice G. Simmons, ‘62 Eric M. Simmons, ‘11 Qiana P. Simmons, ‘12 Leroy B. Simpson, ‘13 Britteny A. Sims, ‘13 Daniel L. Sims Ida F. Sims, ‘00 Johnny C. Sims, ‘73 Tiffany S. Sims, ‘11 James Singleton Sir Walter Apartments Anthony L. Skeeter, ‘05 Kenneth R. Skinner, ‘69 Charles M. Skipper, ‘11 B. L. Slade Stephanie J. Sladon, ‘72 Felecia T. Slappy, ‘11 Joseph Slater Jacqueline W. Sloan, ‘84 Milo M. Slocumb, ‘88 Venessa B. Small, ‘07 Judy C. Smalls, ‘69 Arneise M. Smallwood, ‘12 Laquanda C. Smallwood, ‘12 Adrian D. Smith, ‘12 Alecia C. Smith, ‘12 Aqua A. Smith, ‘12 Arlene M. Smith, ‘12 Carrie T. Smith Charlie Smith, ‘72 Cherelle L. Smith, ‘10 Darrius L. Smith, ‘13 De’Mario K. Smith, ‘11 Dontae L. Smith, ‘97 Grady N. Smith, ‘72 Jackie B. Smith, ‘72 Juane M. Smith, ‘09 Kealisha M. Smith, ‘11 Kirsten E. Smith, ‘11 Lee M. Smith, ‘11 Linda A. Smith Marian A. Smith, ‘59 Markevia K. Smith, ‘12 Mary T. Smith, ‘69 Nikeya L. Smith, ‘11 Robert A. Smith, ‘74 Roslyn A. Smith, ‘71 Ruth A. Smith Stephanie D. Smith, ‘11 Steven Smith TaVshea’ D. Smith, ‘12 Tracey W. Smith, ‘12


William G. Smith Zinfindale S. Smith, ‘11 Joseph E. Smokes, ‘12 Henry C. Snead, ‘71 Sohndra A. Snead, ‘71 Duane B. Sneed, ‘13 Helen M. Sneed, ‘59 Gloria J. Snipes, ‘11 LeShaun M. Southerland, ‘95 Daisy Sowell Todd A. Sparrow, ‘13 Brenda Spaulding, ‘69 Robert Spaziano Fannie E. Spears, ‘12 Vicki M. Spears, ‘11 LaTonya M. Speight, ‘12 John P. Speights, ‘75 Elizabeth H. Spells Melissia Spivey, ‘12 William R. Spivey Venus M. Spruill, ‘86 Janet Spry, ‘74 Natasha M. St Fort, ‘12 Christina Stableford Patricia A. Stack Clifton Stanback, ‘71 Valerie E. Stanberry, ‘12 Tara A. Stanfield, ‘13 Michael Stanko Milos N. Stankovic, ‘11 Willie A. Stanley, ‘12 Rahshanae C. Stanton, ‘12 Lisa A. Staples, ‘13 Gloria S. Staten, ‘01 Jeffrey A. Staten, ‘12 Selma C. Staton, ‘12 Carl Stearns Frederick Stecker Camille E. Steele, ‘11 Delores M. Steele, ‘13 Stedman C. Steele, ‘12 Susan D. Steele, ‘94 Joseph W. Stelpflug Stu Stern Latasha Y. Stevens, ‘11 Nancy E. Stevens Brennan M. Stevenson, ‘12 Erica L. Stevenson, ‘13 Billy R. Stewart, ‘11 Lewis S. Stewart, ‘74 Martha H. Stewart, ‘72 Stephen L. Stirks, ‘11 Don A. Stith, ‘12 Brenda N. Stockton, ‘72 Vernon H. Stockton, ‘71 George S. Stokes, ‘59 Gregory A. Stokes, ‘12 Shecole H. Stokes, ‘11 Gayle Stone Elizabeth Stratemeyer Heather L. Streeter, ‘11 Carrie L. Strickland, ‘11 Courtney Strickland Shannon D. Studivant, ‘13 Julius H. Stukes, ‘13 Tamel D. Sturdifen, ‘12 Nicole D. Suggs-Knight, ‘13 DeShera C. Sulaiman, ‘12

Amin R. Suluki, ‘12 Tamara Summers, ‘05 Sharena S. Sutton, ‘13 Shawan M. Sutton, ‘11 Curtrina Y. Swain, ‘02 Darius R. Swift, ‘11 Victor G. Swift, ‘71 Martha A. Swint, ‘69 Arnold E. Sykes, ‘12 Lee R. Sykes, ‘13 Roxann J. Sykes, ‘05 Teliah S. Tabon, ‘12 Karen M. Tabron, ‘94 Jeanette T. Taft, ‘10 Joanna K. Talledo, ‘11 Anita R. Talley, ‘11 Virginia S. Tally, ‘65 Victoria J. Tanner, ‘12 Arlene M. Taylor Bennett M. Taylor Evelyn J. Taylor, ‘05 J. W. Taylor Jenise M. Taylor, ‘13 Linda J. Taylor, ‘84 Margie P. Taylor, ‘88 Mary A. Taylor, ‘13 Tameika L. Taylor, ‘13 Joy N. Teachey, ‘13 Nancy Tebeau Alea K. Tehuti, ‘11 Alton B. Terry, ‘12 Ashley R. Terry, ‘11 Crystal J. Terry, ‘12 James V. Terry, ‘05 Theresa D. Terry, ‘88 Verna D. Thanelson, ‘71 David H. Thoenen Alma L. Thomas Alyssa L. Thomas, ‘13 Garfield Thomas Jonathan A. Thomas, ‘12 Larry E. Thomas, ‘71 Lewis A. Thomas, ‘58 Marcelle Thomas Shandrea S. Thomas, ‘12 Wanda M. Thomas, ‘12 Crystal L. Thompson, ‘13 Fayon F. Thompson, ‘72 Jaquan S. Thompson, ‘13 Karney M. Thompson, ‘11 Kevin A. Thompson, ‘13 Lillian L. Thompson Sheryl A. Thompson, ‘00 Tonya M. Thompson, ‘13 Viola A. Thompson, ‘12 Darlene L. Thorne, ‘12 Beverly B. Thornton, ‘71 Edith J. Thorpe, ‘81 Marvin L. Tiller, ‘11 Andrew P. Tillery, ‘12 Gwendolyn D. Tillery, ‘86 Jasmine C. Tillman, ‘11 Norma R. Tillman, ‘11 Clara Tisdale, ‘76 Tamella K. Tobias, ‘12 Tracey D. Tobias, ‘08 James C. Tolliver, ‘04 JoAnn M. Tomlinson, ‘65

Top Ladies of Distinction Raleigh Chapter Denisha S. Torrence, ‘13 Louis A. Torres, ‘02 Chelsea Travis Branisha R. Tripp, ‘13 Kristina K. Troost True Faith and Fellowship Ministries Quientin L. Tuck, ‘12 Anne H. Tucker, ‘74 Vernor D. Tukes, ‘92 Anthony T. Turner, ‘12 Brittney S. Turner, ‘11 Frank J. Turner, ‘11 Gwen W. Turner, ‘13 Janella L. Turner, ‘11 Joy J. Turner Petheria P. Turner, ‘13 Shirley A. Turner, ‘62 Tanya T. Turner, ‘12 Mary L. Turney Barbara P. Tyson, ‘13 Carolyn M. Tyson, ‘65 Addie M. Underwood, ‘13 Joanna S. Underwood, ‘12 Union Hill Baptist Church Autryville, NC Lyndora B. Upshaw, ‘71 Samuel O. Urum, ‘11 James P. Uzzell, ‘78 Ruby E. Valdez, ‘71 James M. Valentine Tyanna M. Van Dyke, ‘13 Jonathan Vance Donna M. Vanhook, ‘10 Thylistine C. Vann Lakeshia N. Vaughn, ‘04 Marjorie R. Vaughn, ‘74 Mitzi L. Veal, ‘11 Marcus A. Vereen, ‘11 Charlie Vick, ‘74 Morgan Vickery Theodoshia T. Vines, ‘51 Beverly D. Vinson-McGill, ‘12 Marleen Vital Karen D. Vliet Dorothy Waddell, ‘72 Elsie B. Wade Jatia R. Wade, ‘11 Nancy A. Walden Christina D. Waldo, ‘13 Aldrena C. Walker, ‘12 Benton M. Walker, ‘11 Constance T. Walker, ‘71 David Walker, ‘71 Elvia N. Walker, ‘62 Gay Walker Janard C. Walker, ‘00 Kenneth J. Walker, ‘12 Madeline C. Walker, ‘71 Peggy H. Walker, ‘13 Romedis C. Walker, ‘12 Ryan A. Walker, ‘11 Sharon H. Walker, ‘71 Shyrelle D. Walker, ‘11 Thomas L. Walker Audrey V. Wall

Avion F. Wallace, ‘13 Brian Wallace Kenneth D. Wallace, ‘12 Phyllis A. Wallace, ‘12 Phyllis A. Wallace, ‘11 John D. Walls, ‘12 A. L. Walsh Dorethea W. Walston, ‘63 Naomi H. Walters, ‘48 Charles D. Walton, ‘72 Delphine Walton Janine V. Walton, ‘11 LaToya W. Walton, ‘11 Shaniqua V. Walton, ‘12 Thelma W. Walton Amirah T. Ward, ‘12 Mary Ward Sheila J. Ward, ‘11 Rebecca A. Ware, ‘71 Jocelyn C. Warfield, ‘71 Deborah J. Warren, ‘08 Janay L. Warren, ‘12 Robyn L. Warren, ‘11 Lyle A. Warrick Geraline R. Washington, ‘79 Jana’ D. Washington, ‘07 Jared N. Washington, ‘11 Kenneth Washington, ‘72 Lashena L. Washington, ‘98 Marilyn V. Washington, ‘76 Pamela D. Washington, ‘72 Pearline Washington Tiffany J. Washington, ‘02 Randall Wasserstrom Mamie R. Waters Cassandra J. Watford, ‘80 Karen N. Watford, ‘11 Vickie H. Watford, ‘11 Gregory K. Watkins, ‘08 Kevin L. Watley, ‘12 Belinda Watson, ‘77 Constance Watson, ‘69 Dorothy L. Watson Ida S. Watson, ‘10 Joseph D. Watson Lorenzo A. Watson, ‘11 Odell Watson Rhoasaundra S. Watson, ‘12 Ricke S. Watson, ‘71 Martha S. Waymon Rachel B. Weathers, ‘12 Frank B. Weaver Janice A. Weaver, ‘03 Robert L. Weaver, ‘13 Harold H. Webb Kaye R. Webb Keith Webb, ‘11 Joe L. Webster Elizabeth J. Weese Barbara A. Weldon Beverly B. Wells, ‘71 Carl Wells, ‘76 Mary Wells, ‘76 Reginald A. Wells, ‘13 Timothy R. Wells, ‘11 Ike Wheeler, ‘78 Isaac B. Wheeler, ‘78 Sabrina F. Whilby, ‘13

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Danielle A. Whiskey, ‘11 Cathy L. Whitaker, ‘02 Elaine M. Whitaker, ‘64 Hermia D. Whitaker, ‘58 Cheryl M. White, ‘10 Donna M. White Eunice C. White, ‘47 Heath White Joyce H. White, ‘09 Kendra L. White, ‘11 Keyunna M. White, ‘13 LyMond L. White, ‘99 Marcus R. White, ‘12 Maurice L. White, ‘12 Vanessa W. White, ‘77 Jennifer Y. Whitehead, ‘11 Roshawn A. Whitfield, ‘13 Michael L. Whiting, ‘12 Dwaylon V. Whitley, ‘00 Hakima A. Whitley, ‘11 Clarence E. Whitworth, ‘11 Elisa K. Wiah, ‘12 Karen M. Wicker, ‘13 Martina H. Wiggins, ‘11 Monica H. Wiggins, ‘12 Brian K. Wilborn, ‘11 Donna Wilcott Ruby H. Wilkes, ‘76 D D. Wilkins Lexie B. Wilkins, ‘13 E. A. Wilkinson Williams & Palmer Funeral Home, Inc. Alfonso Williams Allene M. Williams, ‘54 Andrea E. Williams, ‘12

Angela F. Williams, ‘11 Anthony M. Williams Aslea J. Williams, ‘13 Aundrea A. Williams, ‘11 Barbara A. Williams, ‘09 Britney N. Williams, ‘12 Cassandra C. Williams Cassandra E. Williams, ‘11 Chelsea L. Williams, ‘13 Cherell L. Williams, ‘11 Craven D. Williams, ‘10 Darnetra R. Williams, ‘13 Dwight D. Williams, ‘07 Effie F. Williams, ‘13 Ellen W. Williams Ethel M. Williams, ‘39 Franklin D. Williams, ‘74 Gregory Williams, ‘12 James Williams Janae N. Williams, ‘12 Joel A. Williams John C. Williams, ‘04 Joy A. Williams Kathell S. Williams, ‘62 Katrina K. Williams, ‘04 Keina Williams, ‘92 Kelvin J. Williams, ‘11 Kenneth E. Williams, ‘11 Kevin O. Williams, ‘11 Lawrence T. Williams, ‘59 Letisha D. Williams, ‘12 Lorraine A. Williams, ‘95 Louis D. Williams, ‘12 Maggie W. Williams Marcelene G. Williams, ‘51 Marquita L. Williams, ‘12

Minnie P. Williams, ‘41 Pearlene C. Williams Qwanna P. Williams, ‘11 Rita C. Williams, ‘89 Rodney C. Williams, ‘13 Ronald K. Williams, ‘07 Sandra T. Williams, ‘12 Steven Williams Thelma B. Williams, ‘50 Todd A. Williams Victoria D. Williams, ‘12 Willard Williams Yvonne Williams, ‘13 Cheryl P. Williamson, ‘89 Dan A. Williamson, ‘88 Keiara L. Williamson, ‘11 Marcus J. Williamson, ‘13 Lannie R. Willie, ‘11 Dominique R. Willis, ‘12 Luella G. Wills Tyisha N. Wills, ‘11 Angela S. Wilson, ‘11 Belinda L. Wilson, ‘11 Brittany L. Wilson, ‘13 Levi Wilson, ‘76 Mary M. Wilson Pamela K. Wilson, ‘89 Paul E. Wilson Rejean P. Wilson, ‘58 Tony A. Wilson, ‘12 Willie E. Wilson, ‘72 Susan B. Winkler Jeannette P. Winstead, ‘76 Timothe Winstead Cassandra A. Winston, ‘80 Shirley S. Winston, ‘65

Travis J. Winters, ‘92 Belinda Wisdom, ‘12 Kirk A. Witham, ‘12 Eunice G. Wolf, ‘79 Paula A. Wolf Andre J. Womack, ‘13 Christopher A. Womack Jennifer L. Wooden, ‘02 JaVon M. Woodland, ‘11 Kayla C. Woolfolk, ‘13 Ethel Words Teres M. Worrell, ‘12 Gwendolyn Wortham Brian K. Worthy, ‘11 Crystally F. Wright, ‘13 Darrell A. Wright Eddie L. Wright Henry F. Wright Kimberly A. Wright, ‘71 Kristal N. Wright, ‘12 Priscilla A. Wright, ‘11 Rick Wyatt Edna H. Wylie Bernice A. Yancey, ‘43 Mary R. Yarborough, ‘51 Jalisa M. Yellock, ‘11 Smedes York Young At Heart Club Grace A. Young Loretta Young Mary A. Young, ‘97 Maurice E. Young, ‘11 Queen Precious J. Zabriskie, ‘11

Thank you to the Office of Institutional Advancement and the Office of Strategic Planning, Institutional Research and Effectiveness for compiling the Honor Roll of Donors list.

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F I N A N C I A L S S U M M A RY Âť

Revenues and Expenses (for fiscal years ending 2012 and 2013) For the years ended June 30 2013 OPERATING REVENUES Net tuition and fees

$ 25,210,798

2012

$ 25,282,348

Federal and state grants and contracts

5,378,968

6,528,642

Private gifts, grants, and contracts

2,499,730

3,158,950

726,862

717,129

2,149,627

-348,447

147,315

79,903

6,587,054

7,448,555

Income From Investments Net realized and unrealized gains on investments Other income Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises Total revenues, gains, and other support

OPERATING EXPENSES Instruction

$ 42,700,354

$ 42,867,080

13,136,465

14,531,178

Public service

2,726,215

3,016,163

Student services

7,578,251

8,384,240

Academic support

1,799,043

1,990,381

Institutional support

10,603,024

11,730,715

Auxiliary enterprises

4,022,304

5,042,063

Total Operating Expenses

$ 39,865,302

$ 44,694,740

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FINANCIALS Audit performed by BDO USA, LLP

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2012 Revenues, gains, and other support: Tuition and fees Less: student assistance

Unrestricted

$

Permanently Restricted

29,234,095 (3,951,747)

Total

$

25,282,348

Net tuition and fees

Federal and State grants and contracts Private gifts, grants, and contracts Income from investments Net realized and unrealized gains on investments Other income Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises

148,302

6,528,642 3,158,950 717,129

364,931

(348,447) 79,903

(348,447) 79,903

7,448,555

148,302

17,071,499

Net assets released from restrictions

42,811,968

Expenditures and losses: Operating: Instruction Public service Student services Academic support Institutional support Auxiliary enterprises

14,531,178 3,016,163 8,384,240 1,990,381 11,730,715 5,042,063

Total operating expenditures

44,694,740

Change in net assets from operations

(1,882,772)

Nonoperating gains Other

7,448,555

364,931

17,584,732

364,931

42,867,080

(458,121)

458,121

Total revenues, gains, and other support

(309,819)

14,531,178 3,016,163 8,384,240 1,990,381 11,730,715 5,042,063 44,694,740 (309,819)

364,931

(309,819) 3,599,948

364,931 9,322,616

(1,827,660)

100,000

Total change in net assets Net assets at beginning of year

(1,782,772) 21,178,149 $

19,395,377

29,234,095 (3,951,747) 25,282,348

6,528,642 2,645,717 717,129

Total additional income

Net assets as of end of year

Temporarily Restricted

100,000

$

3,290,129 $

9,687,547

(1,727,660) 34,100,713 $

32,373,053

Thank you to the Office of Fiscal Affairs for their assistance with this report and to the auditing firm BDO USA, LLP for compiling the financial summary.

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Audit performed by BDO USA, LLP

STATEMENT OF ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 2013 Revenues, gains, and other support: Tuition and fees Less: student assistance

Temporarily Restricted

Unrestricted

$

Net tuition and fees

Federal and State grants and contracts Private gifts, grants, and contracts Income from investments Net realized and unrealized gains on investments Other income Sales and services of auxiliary enterprises

$ 29,139,984 (3,929,186)

25,210,798

25,210,798

866,889 147,315 6,587,054 15,617,478

Net assets released from restrictions

Total

29,139,984 (3,929,186)

5,378,968 2,187,671 449,581

Total additional income

Permanently Restricted

160,876 21,001

1,187,139

95,599

2,149,627 147,315

1,594,602

277,476

17,489,556

277,476

42,700,354

(279,423)

279,423

5,378,968 2,499,730 726,862

151,183 256,280

1,315,179

6,587,054

Total revenues, gains, and other support

41,107,699

Expenditures and losses: Operating: Instruction Public service Student services Academic support Institutional support Auxiliary enterprises

13,136,465 2,726,215 7,578,251 1,799,043 10,603,024 4,022,304

13,136,465 2,726,215 7,578,251 1,799,043 10,603,024 4,022,304

Total operating expenditures

39,865,302

39,865,302

Change in net assets from operations

1,242,397

Nonoperating gains Loss on disposal of fixed assets

(30,430.00)

Total change in net assets Net assets at beginning of year

1,211,967 19,395,377

Net assets as of end of year

$

20,607,344

1,315,179

277,476

1,315,179 3,290,129

277,476 9,687,547

2,835,052

(30,430.00)

$

4,605,308

$

9,965,023

2,804,622 32,373,053 $ 35,177,675

Thank you to the Office of Fiscal Affairs for their assistance with this report and to the auditing firm BDO USA, LLP for compiling the financial summary.

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The Rogers-Bagley-Daniels-Pegues House, built in 1855, is one of two buildings at Shaw University listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The house was associated with several leading figures in local, state, and national history. Dr. Albert Pegues, who purchased the house from the Bagley family, was a noted black educator, serving as dean of the Theological Department at Shaw University for ten years.


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