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Welcome Tuskegee Alumni Members

Our primary goal is to continue the work of this Region in upholding the principles of Tuskegee University and garnering greater Alumni support. Together we can sustain, promote and preserve our great University for generations to come.

Darlene Minnefield Southeastern Regional Director
Darlene Minnefield Southeastern Regional Director

Greetings Alumni

On behalf of the Southeastern Region, Tuskegee National Alumni Association, we extend our sincere greetings to you, the illustrious and distinguished Alumni of the Southeast Region. You are commended for your unselfish and continuous support of our prestigious and historical University.

Our sincere thanks and appreciate to all of the Southeast Region Tuskegee Alumni who attended our first virtual Southeast Region Tuskegee Alumni Association 63rd Conference.

Special thanks to the Planning Committee led by Mrs. Rose Merry Brock and her planning committee. As we continue “Reflecting On Our Past, Pivoting In Our Present, and Protecting Our Future”  and the work of preserving our Legacy of our beloved Alma Mater. Many thanks to Dr. Lily D. McNair, 8th President of Tuskegee University, Dr. Charlotte Morris for always being there when we need you, you are simply the best. Thanks to all of the Southeast Region immediate officers: Victor Morgan, Emmalyne Head, Gayle Williams, Jeannette M. Smith, Carole Burton, Elaine Harington, Carl Montgomery and Frank Lee. Thank you to Janice Golston, Quionna Allen, Technology Team Leader, Oscar J. Braynon, Nominations, Gayle Williams, Elections, Faye P. Haygood, Scholarship, Deborah Massie, Time & Place, and Dr. Elaine Harington, Resolutions.

Again, I extend my personal appreciation to all the distinguished and dedicated Alumni who made this leadership opportunity possible. It is indeed you who make the Southeastern Region the greatest.

Thanks again for your support.
Darlene Minnefield
Southeastern Regional Director

You’ll always be a part of a great historical University.

The Association plays an integral role in bringing alumni together in support of students and each other. Joining the alumni association is one of the most meaningful and easiest ways to support Tuskegee University. Scholarships, student-led programs and regional networking events are just a few examples of how membership dues support current and future students. Wherever you are, there are many ways to give back. Find yours today.


The first alumni group met in 1885. The organization was formalized as the Tuskegee National Alumni Association in 1964.


Southeastern Region includes clubs of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee.


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