AAAA Ambassadors

Several LMU AAAA Ambassadors

The African American Alumni Association (AAAA) Ambassador Program is a group of dedicated and enthusiastic alumni that come together for annual volunteer opportunities. These individuals serve as an extension of LMU and its Black community through volunteerism, advocacy, participation and philanthropy. The mission of AAAA Ambassadors is to continue fostering the relationships started on the Bluff by connecting with the university and one another through a variety of meaningful ways.   

To get involved, please fill out our interest form here or reach out to Aaliyah Wilson ’19, assistant director of alumni engagement, at aaliyah.wilson@lmu.edu.

AAAA Ambassadors

  • Shonda Buchanan ’97, ’03 M.A.
  • Cornelious Burke ’08
  • Maddie Canales ’17
  • Jerome Carter ’86
  • Adrianne Chivers ’07
  • Raeann Cooper ’14
  • Megan Coulter ’10
  • Emahn Counts ’00, ’03 J.D.
  • John Crocker ’92
  • Tionna Dentman ’12
  • Alex Dorsey ’10
  • Ryan Hopkins ’20
  • Peter Jean-Francois ’19
  • Lena Jennings ’17
  • Knieba Jones ’95
  • Robbie Lee ’04
  • Ra'Kenna Joseph Luckey ’08
  • Darice Goodwin McLemore ’97
  • Jannell Roberts ’92
  • Danielle Santos-Dorsey ’10
  • Del Smith ’18
  • Kai Tramiel ’00
  • La Shawn Denise Witt ’98, ’01, Ed.D
  • Noel Womack-Henderson ’21 
  • Dianne Worku ’19
  • Giana Young ’08