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The Association of Wake Forest University Black Alumni (AWFUBA) is committed to creating networking opportunities, social activities, and career-enhancement programs for African-American alumni and students of Wake Forest University.


AWFUBA is proud to partner with the BSA to support the Lift Every Voice Fund.

The Lift Every Voice Fund will provide financial support for the BSA to enhance the cultural and intellectual opportunities for the Wake Forest campus community sponsored by the BSA. The Life Every Voice fund will live in perpetuity and provide continuous support for the BSA. We urge every generation to join in supporting the BSA through this fund. With your help, we can make a difference in students’ experience on the campus of Wake Forest University.

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Upcoming Events

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Past Events

Feb 26

Black Professionals Forum 2022

AWFUBA, Please join current students and fellow alumni for the Black Professionals Forum on Saturday, February 26, 2022 from 11:30 a.m. - 1... Saturday, February 26, 2022

Oct 27

Inaugural AWFUBA/African American Studies Homecoming Lecture

"The History of Black Activism on the Wake Forest University Campus" This inaugural lecture will mark the beginning of an annual homecoming event for AWFUBA and the University’s recently established academic program in African American Studies. Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Sep 20


Join us for a conversation with WFU Vice President of Enrollment, Eric Maguire, as we discuss recruiting, admissions, financial aid and the demographics of the... Monday, September 20, 2021

Aug 5

AWFUBA Prospective Volunteer Information Session

Want more info regarding becoming more involved in AWFUBA? Join us for this virtual Q&A on the opportunities available. Registration is required... Thursday, August 05, 2021

May 17

Conversation on the Re-Naming of Wingate Hall

AWFUBA, Recently, President Nathan Hatch announced that Wingate Hall would now be called "May 7, 1860 Hall" to commemorate the date when Wake Forest... Monday, May 17, 2021

Mar 29

AWFUBA Town Hall Meeting

AWFUBA, We are beyond excited about the future of our great organization and the sense of community we are building among WFU alumni, students,... Monday, March 29, 2021

Feb 20

Black Professionals Forum 2021

One of AWFUBA's annual events in partnership with the Black Student Alliance, the Black Professional's Forum, is usually held on campus and a number... Saturday, February 20, 2021

Jan 30

Celebration of Dr. Angelou and over 50 years of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings

***REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT HAS MOVED. PLEASE VISIT THE EVENT SITE TO REGISTER!*** The Association of Wake Forest University Black Alumni (AWFUBA)... Saturday, January 30, 2021

Nov 6

Celebration of the Black Experience

The Celebration of the Black Experience has been an event we have held during Homecoming over the years that celebrates the legacy of black alumni... Friday, November 06, 2020

Sep 28

AWFUBA Fall 2020 Meeting

This has very much been a summer, and a year, of reckoning with a myriad of issues of racial injustices amid the backdrop of a... Monday, September 28, 2020

Community Leadership


Keenon Mann ('04) 

Vice President

Ursula Williams ('03) 

Social Media Chair

Andrea Bigelow ('95) 

Staff Coordinator

Gray Godwin ('09) 


Michael Loyd ('06) 

Outreach Chair

Zoe Stuckey ('21, MSBA '23) 


Jeri Young ('93) 

If you would like to help plan future events for this community, please contact