Local Tougaloo Alumni Chapters Support Enrollment Management Activities
The Tougaloo Community Chapter provided snacks for the Enrollment Management Open House in June.
President Beverly Williams and Interim Vice President for Enrollment Management, Carolyn Evans.
The Jackson Chapter provided snacks during early student registration, July 9-10.
Jackson Chapter members: Barbara Hilliard, Carolyn Evans(Interim Vice President for Enrollment Management), Chapter President James C. Smith, Doris Bridgeman (Alumni Relations) and Annie Archie. .
Dr. Carmen J. Walters
Tougaloo College’s 14th President
2019 Hall of Fame Honorees
The Tougaloo College National Alumni Association is pleased to announce the following individuals who will be inducted into the 2019 TCNAA Hall of Fame.
This Distinguished Alumni Award represents an attempt by the Tougaloo College National Alumni Association and Tougaloo College to honor and acknowledge supportive alumni who have distinguished themselves in their respective professions.
- Albert Baazar Britton, MD ’43 – Medicine (Posthumously)
- Carolyn Voncile Walker Henderson ’66 – Business
- Delores Bolden Stamps, Ph.D.’ 68 – Education
- John Veasley, DDS ’79 – Medicine
- Earnestine Willis, MD ’72 – Medicine
Please Congratulate this year’s honorees.
Support the Honorees by
Purchasing an Ad in the Event Ad Journal
Attending the Induction Ceremony
Making a Donation in Honor of the Honorees
For Details Please Visit: https://tcnaa.org/hof-induction
2019 Election Results
Alumni of the Year — Dr. Brigetta K. Turner
Mid-South Regional Representative – Shirley Mass
Midwestern Regional Representative – John S. Williams
Northeastern Regional Representative – Torrance Brown
Southeastern Regional Representative – Dr. Tanya Bartee
Western Regional Representative – Vacant
At-Large Representative – Vacant
Dr. James Coleman '61 Stepping Down as Athletic Director at Tougaloo
Dr. James C. Coleman, a native of Jackson, Miss., has been a mainstay at Tougaloo College, from his years as a two-sport student-athlete on campus, to his service as men’s basketball coach, sports information director and professor of education, to his 33 years as the director of athletics of the Bulldogs’ athletic programs, Dr. Coleman has dedicated a remarkable 56 years to higher education and has been a pioneer in the development and growth of Tougaloo College and the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC). For more information visit the Tougaloo Bulldogs website at http://www.tougaloobulldogs.com
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