On Friday, March 18th, 2022 at 7:30pm our Club will celebrate Women's History Month by featuring Pat Walker Locke as our speaker.
Pat Walker Locke, a native of Detroit, is the first African-American women to graduate from West Point. She is founder and president of the Seeds of Humanity Foundation that supports underrepresented communities in leadership, ethics, STEM education and development. (Photo by Aron Smith/JSU)
Thanks to our Club Secretary, James Williams, for arranging this speaker!
On Friday, February 18th, 2022 at 7:30pm our Club will celebrate Black History Month by hosting a speaker from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (“ASAALH”). The ASAALH was founded in 1915 by Carter G. Woodson to chronical and preserve Black history and culture.
The theme for Black History Month 2022 is "Black Health and Wellness". Our speaker will be Marie Day, a member of the ASAALH Prince George’s County Truth Branch, and a volunteer with WomenHeart. Her background in medical technology and her own personal insights on heart disease will offer a perspective to raise awareness and help educate others about prevention strategies. Thanks to Katy Pape from the club's Programming Committee for arranging this speaker.
If you’re interested in attending this virtual meeting via zoom, please rsvp HERE.Read more