The Alumni Association strives to unite alumni in closer bonds of fellowship; to stimulate their loyalty and financial support of the college; to provide connections between the college, its students, alumni and friends; and to perpetuate the traditions, purposes, growth and progress of Tennessee Wesleyan University.
Alumni Association Board of Directors
|President: Brooke Satkowiak, ’03||Nursing|
|President-Elect: Karen Raby, ’13||Management Excellence|
|Secretary: Dana Ferguson, ’13, ’17||Management Excellence, MBA|
|Joshua Bragg, ’14||Music Education|
|Denise Calais, ’85||Accounting/General Management|
|Katie Carr, ’14||Professional Accountancy/Healthcare Management|
|Todd Cox, ’18||Pre-Seminary|
|Judi Davis, ’71||Education|
|Abriel Hardaway, ’13||Healthcare Management/Accounting|
|Ginger Robinson, '81||Education|
|Ric Wilson, '79||Human Services|
|Karen Morrow, ’15, ’17||Management Excellence, MBA|
|Larae Graves, '04||Business Administration; Finance/Human Resource Management|
|William Fritts, '22||Music|
|Lacey Stewart, '06||Human Learning|
|Katy Tilley, ’14||Nursing|
The Black Affinity Network
The Black Affinity Network is the official affinity group for Black students and graduates of Tennessee Wesleyan University. BAN was established to connect alumni and current students with shared experiences to foster a welcoming and supportive campus community.
President- Abriel Hardaway '13
President-Elect: Joshua Bragg '14
Secretary: Candy Maddux '18
Treasurer: Reggie Jackson '11
TWU Staff Liaison: Tank Montgomery '01
Active involvement of BAN is strongly welcomed and encouraged. As a starting point, three areas in which we aspire to initiate are alumni engagement, scholarship support, and the fulfillment of other needs for current students, all of which cannot be done without your support.
For more information, fill out the BAN info form or email us. Also, keep an eye out for more Affinity Groups coming soon!