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Southern University Alumni Federation
Our 2018-2019 SUAF-WDC Chapter Members 

Donna Adams

James Albritton

Bryson Alexander

Frank Alexander

Kwamme Anderson

LeVar Armstrong

Lynette Aytch

Kimberly Bagley Fortner

Ura Jean Bailey

Sylvia Bailey-Charles

Anthony Baise

Chasity Ball

Ebony Baylor

Ivory Berry

Rodney Bilbrew

Kenny Blackson

Jami Blackston

Sean Blount

Myesha Braden

Tyrone Bradley

Erin Braxton

Sabrina Breedlove

Kelly Brown

Lillie Brown

Quintus Brown

Verna Brown

Vincent Brown

Sabrina Burrell

William Burrell

Alicia Butler

Theonita Butler

Jaide Carswell

Valencia Brown Chenier

Naomi Collier

Fantashia Cooper

Karen Cotton-Gross

Carla Cotwright-Williams

David Craig

Lance Curry

Perry Daniels

Ursela Daniels

Chonya Davis-Johnson

Andrea Dawson

Carolyn W. Dinkins

Robert Dinkins

Kyle Douglas

Darrell Dudley-Govan

Mary Dunaway

Armond Duncan

Evy Edwards

Angelia Farnell

Justin Ford

Marva Frazier

Larry Frelow

Ophelia Gosserand Stephens

Anthony Green, Jr.

Brittany Green

Danyell Griffin

Mieke Hampton

Anetra Harbor

Sheila Harmon

Debrina Harrell

Janette Harris

Rudolph Harris

P. Lee Harvey

Leonard Haynes

Willie Hensley

Donald Hickman

Charles Hicks

Clifton Hicks

Willie Hines

Marlon Hite

Edwin "Eddy" Hogan

Chris Holland

Peggy Holland

Angela Hubbard

Tony R. Hunter 

Patrice Isaac

Daryl Jackson

Danny Johnson

Jennifer Johnson

Mary A. Johnson

Renee Johnson

Wilfred A. Johnson

Carol Jones

Edna Jones

Laurne' Jones

Vonda Rhodes Kemp

Gwendolyn King

Kelley King

June Lane

Isaac Larry

Curtis Lawrence

Edgar Lewis

Edwin Lewis

Gary Lockett

Treffaney Lowe

Staci Luckett

Jerrard Maniece

Jeremy Maniece

Amos Matthews

Dana Matthews

Shayla McCullough

Elyse McFadden

Ivan McGee

Ericka McGowan

Cassandra McGowan

Carrie McHenry

Cedric McNeal

DeWayne Miles

Jocelyn Mishoe

Roger Mishoe

Erica Moss

Shahidah Muhammad

Jonathan Newell

Victor Nichols

Kendra Perkins Norwood

Debo Ogunrinde

John Oubre

Marquia Parker

Gabriel Patton

Yolanda Pearson

Krystal Perkins

Chelsea Pickens

Adrian Plater

Michael Plowden

Philip Pratt

Nicole Priester

Linda Reed

Anthony A. Rene

Ursula Robinson

Cindy Rosales-Cooper

Brian Salsberry

Thoressa Sanford-Love

Damien Savage

Elsie Scott

Belinda Sholas

MacArthur Sholas

Antoria Simms

Calvin Sims

Bettye Smith

Don Smith

Willie Smith Jr.

Maya Solomon

Karl Spells

Jerome Stephens

George Sutton

January Taylor

Angela Thomas

Megan Thomas

Doug Turner

Kimleon Turner

Regina Valentine

Paula Verrett

Kim Walk

Regina Ware

Donald Webb

Giselle Whitfield

Pamela Whitley

Angela Williams

Bettina Williams

Carolyn Williams

Willie Williams

Yul Williams

Beattra Wilson

Jennifer Wilson

Norma Wilson

Jaqi Wright

Prospective Students

Southern University and A&M College is one of the most well-known historically black colleges and universities. Southern is located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in the United States. The concept of Southern University was put forth by P.B.S. Pinchback, T. T. Allain, and Henry Demas as an institution "for the education of persons of color" at the 1879 Louisiana State Constiuttional Convention. In April 1880, the Louisiana  General Assembly chartered Southern University, originally located in New Orleans, this location houses the Southern University System and SUNO. Southern opened its doors on 1881 with twelve students. One of the original locations of the early campus was the former Israel Sinai Temple Synagogue on Calliope Street, between St. Charles and Camp streets in New Orleans. Southern became a land grant school in 1890, and an Agricultural and Mechanical department was established. Due to continued growth and a lack of land for expansion, the university relocated to an Baton Rouge in a small predominately black community called Scotlandville, located along Scott's Bluff facing the Mississippi River in 1914.

For some quick facts check out this link. This is just a reference site.

Quick Facts About Southern University

  • Motto: A People's Institution Serving the State, the Nation, and the World
  • Established: 1880
  • Type: Public Coeducation, land grant
  • Chancellor: Edward Jackson
  • President: Ralph Slaughter
  • Staff: 1465
  • Undergraduates: 8964
  • Post Graduates: 1904
  • Location: The SU System is located out of the Baton Rouge (main campus)
  • Campuses: Baton Rouge, Sherveport, New Orleans
  • Mascot: LaCumba, the Jaguar
  • Colors: Blue & Gold
  • Athletic Conference: SWAC (Southwestern Athletic Conference
  • Major Event: the Bayou Classic
  • Rival School: Grambling State University
  • Major Clubs/ Affinity Groups: Alumni Federation, Quarterback Club, Jaguar Athletic Group, Sixth Man Club, Booster Club

The SUAF-WDC Chapter had a great time on Friday, 15 March for SU & Friends Happy Hour at Sim's Creole Kitchen Pop Up at 1400 Irving Street NW #109.   See you at the Crawfish and Crab Boil on Saturday, 4 May at Fort Hunt Park in Alexandria, VA.

The 2019 Family and Friends Crawfish and Crab Boil is Saturday, 4 May at Fort Hunt Park.

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Washington, DC 20013
Phone: (703) 855-8423
Email:  wdcchapter@gmail.com