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African American Advisory Board

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The African American Advisory Board (AAAB) serves Earlham by planning and implementing programs to assist the College in providing a supportive and productive learning and living environment in which students become successful, graduate from Earlham and then as alumni, remain engaged with the College.

The Advisory Board works closely with several offices on campus toward increasing alumni participation and support of both prospective and current students on campus as well as providing a resource network for alumni. The AAAB has met annually since its inception.

For more information regarding AAAB or to become involved, e-mail or call the Alumni Office at 765-983-1313.


Brandee Chanin `97
Indianapolis, IN

Montoan Butler `02
Liaison to the EBAA
Richmond, IN

Michael David Elorreaga, Jr. `03
Member at-large
Richmond, IN

Mark Gaines `94
Vice Chair
Indianapolis, IN

Charles B. Calhoun `74
Member at-large
Pinson, AL

Karmell Brown `13
Member at-large
Columbus, OH

Tiauna Washington `04
Richmond, IN

Melissa Cooper `77
Member at-large
Silver Spring, MD

Tafadzwa Chihanga `11
Member at-large
Oxford, OH

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