On today’s episode of Fraternity Foodie, we talk with Kali Richardson. Kali is a UWF Alumnus who is completing his Masters Degree in Public Health at the University of West Florida, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, a Millennial Speaker, moti..
Welcome to our town hall on Racism in Context. Our objectives are to: 1. Educate professional staff on the challenges facing African-American students in the wake of the Ahmaud Arbery incident. 2. Place the Ahmaud Arbery incident in its proper..
This was a unique online event held on 6/11/2020 called “Anti-Racism and White Allies: What Comes Next?” in which we have a featured speaker for approximately 30 minutes, we then break into facilitated small group listening session..
I had a few other blogs in the pipeline that I wanted to write about, but with everything that is going on, I felt I had to write about this topic. This last month and a half have taken its toll with all these killings of black people. First, ..
Alyssa Gorenberg: How do we attract more quality alumnae to get involved with our organizations now?
Welcome to episode # 66 of Fraternity Foodie! Today we have with us Alyssa Gorenberg, housing board member for Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, and an alum of the University of Michigan. We talk to Alyssa about why she chose the University of Michi..
Welcome to our town hall where we discuss mental health for men of color. Our panelists include Edson O’Neale, Scott Marsden, and Greg Vogt. Some of the questions we seek to answer: Why are black men taught at a young age to not show the..
Welcome to episode # 104 of Fraternity Foodie! Today we have with us Margaret L. Freeman, author of the latest book to hit the shelves called Women of Discriminating Taste: White Sororities and the Making of American Ladyhood. Margaret is a tr..
Amy Chea currently serves as the NYC Program Officer and Small Business Advisor for the Early Care and Education team at the Low Income Investment Fund. Her passions include helping children and families reach their full potential, supporting ..