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Tougaloo College President Beverly Wade Hogan Announces Retirement

Dr. Beverly W. Hogan has served as president of Tougaloo College since May 2002 and will retire on June 30, 2019. She is the 13th President and first woman to lead this historic institution.

President Hogan says it is indeed a bittersweet decision but one she has made with clarity of thought and purpose. Tougaloo College will celebrate its sesquicentennial anniversary in 2019 and is well-positioned for greater relevance and viability. She believes this is a good time to pass the leadership torch to the next leader who will move the college forward into a bold new frontier of higher education in an exciting, albeit, a challenging and changing environment. She pledges her continued support, adding, “Tougaloo has always been my charity of choice”.

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The Distinguished Alumni Awards

Announcing the 2018 TCNAA Hall of Fame Inductees

Ms. Sylvia Burkhead Gray ’86 – Business
Ms. Jeannie Coe Flood ’79 – Community Service
Ms. Ethel Jean McLaurin Gibson ’64 – Community Service
President Beverly Wade Hogan ’73 – Education
Dr. Rosie Walker McNair ’81 – Medicine
Rev. Marvin Love ’70 – Religion

2017 TCNAA Hall of Fame Member

Our very own Frank Williams, Jr. was inducted into the Tougaloo College National Alumni Association Hall of Fame on October 11, 2017 in the category of Community Service(see Frank's bio). The Greater New York Tougaloo Alumni Chapter, the entire White Plains Youth Bureau family and the city of White Plains applaud your accomplishments and your induction into this prestigious hall of fame.
On behalf of Frank; thanks to all who supported his induction by taking out ads in the souvenir journal, made a donations in his honor and/or attended the induction ceremony.
Below are some images from the event, more will be available at tcnaa.org in the near future.

NYTAC Vice President Courtni Newsome was recently recognized as an inaugural Tougaloo College 40 under 40 honoree. Congratulations Courtni! Go to “Alumni News” to see additional photo along with her profile.