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2018 President's Message

Greeting FAMUly and Friends

Welcome to the FAMU NAA - Washington DC Chapter, the largest chapter in the Nation.  As we continue to blaze the trail for others to follow, take a moment and think about how you can make a difference. Each member of our chapter brings unique talents and characteristics that are essential for our continued evolution and growth.  I encourage each of you to set aside some time throughout the year to come out and meet the chapter's leadership and its members.  I also encourage you to join a committee where you can make a difference.  Each of you play a critical role in the chapter’s success, and we look forward to your continued participation and innovative input.

Our chapter is at its best when we work together toward building and engaging the membership while financially and civically supporting the efforts of our alma mater.  I am excited and eagerly await the opportunity to share with you some of our new and innovative ideas while we continue to build relationships with each other and the community that we serve.

I look forward to seeing all that we can do as a chapter as we continue to uphold the tradition while creating new ones. Thank you for your continued hard work and dedication to this chapter, and I look forward to working with each of you as we continue to strengthen the future of our organization and Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, where, “Excellence is Caring”.

 

Sharelle Dailey
FAMU NAA Washington DC Chapter President (2016-2018)

FEBRUARY CHAPTER MEETING

 

Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 

*** NEW MEETING LOCATION***

KIPP DC College Preparatory School

1405 Brentwood Parkway, NE

Washington, DC  20002 

11:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2017 PROJECT GIVEBACK  THANKSGIVING DRIVE

Project GiveBack 

BARRY FARMS RECREATION CENTER 

#DCRATTLERSMAKEADIFFERENCE

 

 

2017 FAMU FRESHMEN SENDOFF

The Washington DC Chapter is proud to showcase the 2017 Freshmen Sendoff.  This year's event had 87 participants, which included 18 freshmen, 8 current students, 32 parents and 29 Alumni. Rufus Little moderated the event with presentations by Caeden Drayton, Stephanie Griffith-Richardson, Tasha Cole, Alean Miller, Latoya Grant, LaRena Sessoms and El Brown. We would like to extend extreme gratitude to current students and FAMU DC Metro Club members Pashhur Quarles, Chloe Henderson, and Kiah Lewis for leading the student informational sessions.
 
Pictured (Rufus Little leading the group in a spirited "I Love FAMU Chant").
 
Parent and students had great workshops that they felt were beneficial to navigating their child's first year at FAMU. Parent, Jewel Smith was so pleased that she and her husband decided to become associate members of the FAMU NAA Washington, DC Chapter.  The Scholarship and Internship session presented by Tasha Cole, VP of Resource Development, Congressional, Black Caucus Foundation, Inc. was well received by the participants. The much anticipated parent do's and don'ts session lead by Alean Miller filled every parent's tool box with a wealth of knowledge. Special thanks to SKC Early Education Center owner Dr. Campbell and to alumnus Melissa Elliott for securing the venue.  Best of luck to FAMU's newest Rattlers
 
Pictured: (Incoming Freshmen Session, led by Chloe Henderson and Kiah Lewis - current students) 
 

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Florida A&M University NAA, Washington DC Chapter
PO Box 90306
Washington DC 20090-0306
(240) 803-FAMU (3268)