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FOREVER A FALCON

Once you graduate from SAU, you may no longer be a student of the University, but you are forever a Falcon, and forever family.
Alumni are the lifeline of the institution, ensuring its future through financial support, recruitment of the next generation of falcons and serving as brand ambassadors. To that end, the Office of Alumni Affairs serves to engage and build lifelong relationships with alumni, and works directly with the National Alumni Association to make sure those relationships thrive.

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Dr. Ruth T. Logan, Class of 1990

Dr. Logan founded The Monroe School in March of 2006 and opened in September of 2006 in the Northeast quadrant of the District of Columbia. As a non-profit school, The Monroe School received its 501 (c) (3) status in 2014. In March of 2007, Dr. Logan founded The Maya Foundation Inc, (Metropolitan Alliance for Youth Advancement Foundation, Inc) a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization to assist students with academic scholarships, to participate in various school-based activities, sponsor annual college tours, and to provide financial assistance to those students desiring to attend college.

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Michelle McBride, Class of 1994

Michelle also graduated from Cambridge College in 2007 with a masters degree is School Leadership. Michelle has 26 years in education. In March 2019, Michelle was recently promoted to Assistant Superintendent of Instruction for PK-5 in Florence 1 Schools.

Monique McClendon, Class of 2004

Songwriter, Author of a book of poems called “Moetry”, Released two singles and a music video, Youtuber. Recent HomeOwner, Quality Analyst for Trialcard and Zendesk Analysts for DSI Systems. Owner of 3Mpower which is a humanitarian movement that is founded on love, support, and Empowerment.

EJ (’13) and Donveyea (’15) Fleming

The Falcons married in the summer of June 2020 and are now enjoying their new adventures of European living. EJ and Donveyea currently live in Vienna, Austria where EJ and Donveyea work for the US Department of State as foreign service officers.

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Dr. Brian Hemphill, Class of 1992

Old Dominion University’s Board of Advisors announced that Dr. Brian Hemphill will become the ninth president of Old Dominion University this summer. This decision was made by unanimous vote. 

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Eve Craig, Class of 2004

She will be featured on WRAL for Black History Month as a Small Black Business Owner.  It will be aired on Wednesday, February 3, 2021. 

Gennetha Williams, Class of 2014

Congratulations to Gennetha Williams, English/Language Arts teacher at Wilson STEM Academy, for being selected as the CMS October Beginning Teacher of the Month!

Gennetha also received the “TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD” from Anthony Morrow Charities.

Glenn Thomas, Class of 1986

Glenn Thomas, Class of 1986, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. After a 29-year career with Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Glenn has accepted a position as District Business Manager with Biohaven Pharmaceuticals. Glenn will have sales management responsibility for key markets in both North Carolina and Virginia.

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Grady Bussey, Class of 1996

Grady Bussey is the Community Center Director, new Director John Chavis Memorial Park of Raleigh Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resource Department.

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Sheryl Ximinies 

Director of Alumni Affairs & University Events
sximines@st-aug.edu
919.516.4343

Hello, fellow Falcons!

We, as alumni, are the lifeline to our dear alma mater. As such, our donations, continued engagement and involvement, and recruiting of the next generation of Falcons are critical to ensure its future.

By maintaining deep ties with the University, we strengthen our very own foundation and allow ourselves the opportunity to reconnect with former classmates, and establish new relationships with current school administrators, students and friends of Saint Augustine’s University.

SAU License Plate Promo
  • Complete the application and return it to the Office of Alumni Affairs
  • Pay the University $25 per collegiate license plate or $55 per personalized collegiate license plate
  • Challenge other Falcons, friends and family in the state of North Carolina to do the same

For each plate sold, $15 goes directly to the student leadership fund.

Payments can be mailed to:
Saint Augustine’s University
Office of Alumni Affairs
1315 Oakwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27610

STAY CONNECTED

It is the goal of the Office of Alumni Affairs to stay in contact with alumni, keeping everyone abreast of alumni achievements, chapter updates and university news. Please complete the form below to supply your contact information so that we may stay in touch and keep you informed.

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