Creighton celebrates the diversity of its alumni community, and we host regular events and get-togethers for our Black alumni. Interested in learning more? Contact email@example.com.
WAYS TO STAY INVOLVED
- Return to campus for Reunion Weekend and other events
- Update your contact info
- Join a Regional Alumni club
- Become a resource for students
- Explore alumni benefits
- Host an event in your area (if interested, contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
National Black Alumni Advisory Board members
Bridget A. Hadley, BSBA'88, President
Troy J. Beaugard, BSBA'89
Jason D. Brown, BA'18
Aaron D. Conley, BA'95
Brenda Warren Council, JD'77
Leonard D. Gordy
Eric T. Dantlzer, BSBA'95
Abiola A. Kosoko, BA'09
The Honorable Darryl R. Lowe, JD'84
Terri D. McAlister-Sanders, BA'78
Shannon D. Melton, BS'09
Emily F. Miller, BS'75, MSEDU'78
Kayman A. Nixon, BSBA'17
Rachelle C. Owens, BSN'87
John E. Pierce, MS'72, JD'81
Shawntal Mallory Smith, BA'97, JD'00
Alumna Chelsey Hill, BFA’14, talks about the life-changing Creighton classes that prepared her for a career as the "Illustrating Diva" of the Metropolitan Opera.
Creighton alumna Beth Riemersma, DPT’05 — physical therapist to Simone Biles and Jordan Chiles — discusses the joys and challenges of treating Olympic gymnasts.
Creighton alumnus George Blue Spruce Jr., DDS’56, is the first American Indian dentist in the nation. Now, at the age of 90, he says his work isn't finished.