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Donnie Smith '11

_DSC3433_1Donnie Smith '11 majored in English at Earlham. As a student he participated in Black Student Union, Animal Advocates, Senior Gift Committee and Diversity Committee. He lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., where he works at Brooklyn Friends School as associate director of enrollment.

Donnie began his term on the Alumni Council in 2013, and he is currently part of the Development Committee. His favorite memories of Earlham include hanging out on the Heart, reading books, cooking in his on-campus house and making wonderful friends.


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