Savannah State University Alumna Tatia Adams Fox is driven to create her legacy and provide social intelligence techniques to the next generation with her School of New Etiquette.
HBCU Alumni Spotlight: Highlighting Successful Black College Graduates
Your life as an HBCU student doesn’t end when you graduate! That’s why we’ve created an HBCU alumni spotlight to showcase what some of the most talented HBCU alumni are up to after they walk the stage.
Gone are the days when black college graduates were disconnected after graduation. Now black collegiates are everywhere,, making strides across a variety of fields – and HBCU Lifestyle is here to highlight them. Find inspiration in the story of Florida A&M graduate-turned-filmmaker Akil DuPont or draw motivation from the long (and growing) list of HBCU alumni who went on to be renowned black poets.
Check our showcase of HBCU alumni often – one day maybe you too will join our list of black professionals!
Hyp Kreationz apparel founder and Bethune-Cookman University alumna Krystal Winston is using her experiences to bring cultural awareness to HBCU students.
In episode 34 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast, Clark Atlanta University alumnus Kareem Taylor talks about becoming a successful voiceover artist and how to turn your dreams into a lucrative career.
Brian “B-Phraze” Frazier, a Tennessee State graduate followed his dreams and became one of the top songwriters in the 2015 John Lennon Songwriting Contest.
The Coca-Cola Company on April 6th announced Helen Smith Price will be promoted to Vice President of Global Community Affairs for The Coca-Cola Company and President of The Coca-Cola Foundation.
Hampton University alumna R. Denise Everson ’04 has been selected by the American Institute of Architects as the 2016 Associate of the Year based on her promotion of affordable housing.
Mamasa Camara, C’2015 is the first Spelman Gates Cambridge scholar, and the only African American and HBCU graduate among this year’s 35 U.S. scholarship recipients.
Dr. Catherine Thomas has been recognized as the 2016 Most Promising Scientist at the 30th Annual Black Engineer of the Year Awards in Philadelphia, PA.