Black Alumni Council

The Lovett Alumni Association’s Black Alumni Council is a group of Black Alumni Leaders who focus intently on the black alumni experience and whose chair has a standing seat on the Alumni Association’s Executive Board. The Black Alumni Council was formed from collaboration among the Alumni Association's leadership, Black alumni volunteers, Lovett’s DEIB Committee, and the Board of Trustees and was announced in the fall of 2021 an inaugural event drawing tremendous attendance from Lovett’s Black Alumni, Students, and their families, the Backyard BBQ (see photos).

Purpose:
To design engagement and service opportunities for Lovett's Black and Multiracial alumni, students, and parents to help reinforce old relationships and forge new relationships with one another and within the Lovett community as a whole. This includes stimulating intellectual and social participation, encouraging contributions to the school, supporting Lovett’s ongoing efforts to enhance diversity, and strengthening the bonds of understanding between The Lovett School and its Black alumni community.

Get Involved! 
Join social media groups for alumni of color on Facebook and LinkedIn. Interested in volunteering or assisting with the work of the Council? We’d love to have more of Lovett’s Black graduates involved! Let us know here.

Black Alumni Council Leadership

B.J. Crane ’93, Chairman

Peter Thomas ’84

Courtney-Simone Graves ’14

Josh Moore ’15


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