Black Community Council

Mission

The USF Black Community Council (BCC) aims to build and maintain a supportive community for black students, staff, faculty, and alumni. We do this by bringing together representatives from all the African American and African-theme and related organizations at USF to develop programs, coordinate efforts, and sponsor events. The BCC also serves as a vital link between Black alumni and the University through collaborative programming with the USF Black Alumni Society.

USF Black Community Pledge (PDF)

Executive Board

Chair: Shawn Calhoun
Vice-Chair: Monica Njoku
Treasurer: April McKay
Secretary: Janine Mixon

Programming Committee: Leighia Fleming

Marketing and Recruitment Committee: Dr. Emille Lawrence

BCC Statement on the 2016 Presidential Election

Upcoming Events

Black Alumni Society Fall Reception

Thursday, October 19, 2017

6:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Location: Impact Hub, 2323 Broadway, Oakland

A panel discussion with USF African American alumni exploring challenges and successes in the tech industry, featuring:
Andrew Peterson MBA '95, chief information officer, City of Oakland; Jason Trimiew MA '07, head of supplier diversity, Facebook; and, Allison Wright '08, vice president of talent and human resources, Netflix

Reserve your spot today