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FOREVER A FALCON

Once you graduate from SAU, you may no longer be a student of the University, but you are forever a Falcon, and forever family.
Alumni are the lifeline of the institution, ensuring its future through financial support, recruitment of the next generation of falcons and serving as brand ambassadors. To that end, the Office of Alumni Affairs serves to engage and build lifelong relationships with alumni, and works directly with the National Alumni Association to make sure those relationships thrive.

ALUMNI SPOTLIGHT

Dr. Sheria Rowe, Class of 2007

When business and fashion meet… Alumna Dr. Sheria Rowe, President of Business Mogul Magazine, recently announced the newly established partnership between Business Mogul and Saks Fifth Avenue. Both entities have a shared goal in education, community, and business and will utilize the partnership to continue to carry out the mission.

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Anthony McAllister, Class of 1988

On Friday, February 18, 2022, my name was placed in Maryland Governor Larry Hogans 2022 Green Bag of Appointments, to serve on the state of Maryland’s Parole Commission.  I have served as a Juvenile probation/parole officer for the City of Alexandria, VA for the past 30 years, and will retire this spring to accept the six-year appointment to the Maryland Parole Commission.  Additionally, I currently serve on the Prince George’s County, Maryland’s Commission on Fathers, Men, and Boys. Lastly, I am also a visionary author of two best-selling books, Mind over Matter, and Fathers Matter, Changing the Narrative on Black Fathers.  Both can be found at anthonymcallister.com. Respectfully submitted.

Dr. Phyllis Gillians, Class of 1988

Dr. Phyllis E. Gillians is an Associate Professor of Social Work at Bowie State University in Bowie, Maryland. Her work experience includes Protective Investigations in Florida State Government and supervision of social workers in Connecticut State Government: Treatment, Foster Care and Adoption. Her primary areas of focus are: Child Welfare, Cultural Competence, Bullying, and Racial Profiling.

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Shanai Harris, Class of 1992

Shanai Harris is currently licensed to practice law in New Jersey and North Carolina. Harris currently gets to combine her interest in Financial Services and the law as she works in the Financial Crimes Compliance Investigations Unit as a Team Lead supervising investigations.

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Adam Williams, Class of 2001

Recently I was recognized as the designer of the “Levelle Moton” wall Mural Downtown Raleigh on December 10th during the unveiling. This design is painted on the wall across from Deco – 207 S Salisbury St, Raleigh, NC. Feel free to stop by and take pics of this art created by your fellow falcon.

Tina Herbert, Class of 1996

Congratulations to Tina Herbert, Class of ’96 who won a Columbia, SC District One City Council Seat! Tina is a Life Member of NAA and a member of the Columbia SC Alumni Chapter.

Colleen Bramwell, Class of 2016

Since graduating from SAU, I graduated from Ross University School of Medicine (April 2021). I am currently interviewing with different Internal Medicine Residency programs throughout the US. In March of 2022, I will find out where I will be doing my internal medicine training.

Cadine Bramwell, Class of 2016

After Graduating from SAU, I attended Hofstra Law School in Long Island, NY. I graduated law school May 2020 and passed the 2020 New York Bar Exam. I am currently working as an environmental associate at Fried, Frank,Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP in NYC.

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Hello, fellow Falcons!

We, as alumni, are the lifeline to our dear alma mater. As such, our donations, continued engagement and involvement, and recruiting of the next generation of Falcons are critical to ensure its future.

By maintaining deep ties with the University, we strengthen our very own foundation and allow ourselves the opportunity to reconnect with former classmates, and establish new relationships with current school administrators, students and friends of Saint Augustine’s University.

– Sheryl Harris Ximinies 

Director of Alumni Affairs & University Events
sximines@st-aug.edu
919.516.4343

SAU License Plate Promo
  • Complete the application and return it to the Office of Alumni Affairs
  • Pay the University $25 per collegiate license plate or $55 per personalized collegiate license plate
  • Challenge other Falcons, friends and family in the state of North Carolina to do the same

For each plate sold, $15 goes directly to the student leadership fund.

Payments can be mailed to:
Saint Augustine’s University
Office of Alumni Affairs
1315 Oakwood Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27610

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It is the goal of the Office of Alumni Affairs to stay in contact with alumni, keeping everyone abreast of alumni achievements, chapter updates and university news. Please complete the form below to supply your contact information so that we may stay in touch and keep you informed.

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