The Posse National Alumni Advisory Council

The Posse National Alumni Advisory Council (PNAAC) works to build lifelong relationships between Scholars, alumni and the Foundation by providing leadership and professional development opportunities and encouraging philanthropy, leadership, and networking within the alumni community. PNAAC is a non-governing body, and each year comprises alumni representatives from all Posse sites. Representatives serve as members of their local Posse advisory boards and contribute to the development of an annual strategic plan for alumni initiatives. PNAAC will create local and national opportunities for collaboration and networking.

2016 PNAAC Representatives

Posse Atlanta

  • Alexis Roe, Bard College Posse 1 (Atlanta)
  • Victoria Wilson, Boston University Posse 3 (Atlanta)

Posse Bay Area

  • Adedotun (Dotun) Odewale, Bucknell University Posse 3 (Boston)

Posse Boston

  • Sakeenah Chapman, Denison University Posse 4 (Boston)
  • Kidus Mezgebu, Denison University Posse 4 (Boston)

Posse Chicago

  • Henry Gomez, University of Wisconsin-Madison Posse 1 (Chicago)
  • Jismy Raju, Lawrence University Posse 1 (New York)

Posse D.C.

  • Odinakachi Anyanwu, Bucknell University Posse 1 (D.C.)
  • Briana Strachan, Lafayette College Posse 2 (D.C.)

Posse Houston

  • Vanessa Egerton-Shelton, Vanderbilt University Posse 14 (New York)

Posse Los Angeles

  • Jamal Matthews, University of Wisconsin-Madison Posse 8 (Los Angeles)

Posse Miami

  • Jessica Moulite, Hamilton College Posse 1 (Miami)

Posse New Orleans

  • Emily Cardinas, Tulane University Posse 3 (Los Angeles)

Posse New York

  • Jiselle Peralta, Lafayette Posse 8 (New York)
  • Kadia Tubman, Babson College Posse 6 (New York)

To contact your local PNAAC representative, send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Be A PNAAC Rep


There are PNAAC openings in Boston, Chicago, D.C., Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans and New York. The deadline to apply is January 3, 2017.

2017 PNAAC Information Guide