The National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education is the not-for-profit umbrella organization of the nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs).

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Enhancing Leadership, Building Fraternity

The 2017 NAFEO Presidential Peer Seminar and Leadership Development Institute promises to convene a diverse and divergent group of leaders that will emerge as one potent voice for issues of great concern to HBCUs.
July 31-August 3, Florida

Looking Back

From the NAFEO 40th Conference, this historical short produced by American Technologies shares the history of NAFEO and the important role that HBCUs play in America’s success.

In The News

President Baskerville and Dr. William Spriggs, one of America’s foremost economists, talk with Mr. Roland Martin, journalist, author, media maven, and host of the syndicated television talk show, “Washington Watch,” about NAFEO’s Advocacy Initiative, “Emancipation Education.”

Social Justice Universities

HBCUs are critical for producing a diverse pipeline of quality employees, entrepreneurs, change agents, and social justice advocates the world needs; people with the content and character that are required to move the world toward becoming a sustainable community of One.

Enhancing Leadership, Building Fraternity

The 2017 NAFEO Presidential Peer Seminar and Leadership Development Institute promises to convene a diverse and divergent group of leaders that will emerge as one potent voice for issues of great concern to HBCUs.
July 31-August 3, Florida

Looking Back

From the NAFEO 40th Conference, this historical short produced by American Technologies shares the history of NAFEO and the important role that HBCUs play in America’s success.

In The News

President Baskerville and Dr. William Spriggs, one of America’s foremost economists, talk with Mr. Roland Martin, journalist, author, media maven, and host of the syndicated television talk show, “Washington Watch,” about NAFEO’s Advocacy Initiative, “Emancipation Education.”

Social Justice Universities

HBCUs are critical for producing a diverse pipeline of quality employees, entrepreneurs, change agents, and social justice advocates the world needs; people with the content and character that are required to move the world toward becoming a sustainable community of One.

NAFEO Nation Salutes the 61 Students From 59 Colleges & Universities Named 2017 HBCU All-Stars


ALABAMA  

  • Montgomery – Arianne Price, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, AL
  • Northport – Jamie Williams, Grambling State University, Grambling, AL

BAHAMAS

  • Bahama – Elijah Stevens, Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona Beach, FL

DELAWARE

  • Dover – Keonia Rodgers, North Carolina Agriculture and Technical University, Greensboro, NC
  • New Castle – Charlein Downs, Delaware State University, Dover, DE

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

  • District of Columbia – Dontae Bell, Howard University, Washington, DC

FLORIDA

  • Miami – Tasja Estiverne, Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte, NC
  • Miami Gardens – Ato Watson, Florida Memorial University, Miami, FL
  • West Melbourne – Alexandria Washington, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Tallahassee, FL

GEORGIA

  • Atlanta – Alton Butts, Morris College, Sumter, SC
  • Atlanta – Erin Baugh, Albany State University, Albany, GA
  • East Point – LaShawn Baynard, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA
  • Ellenwood – Ryan Rolax, Miles College, Fairfield, AL
  • Macon – Randall Barnes, Fort Valley State University, Fort Valley, GA
  • Stone Mountain – Brandon Long, North Carolina Agriculture and Technical University, Greensboro, NC
  • Stone Mountain – Fransheria Bazemore, Clark Atlanta University, Atlanta, GA

ILLINOIS

  • East Saint Louis – Karmeen Powell-Childress, Jackson State University, Jackson, MS
  • Chicago – Lea Hemphill, Southern University Agricultural and Mechanical College, Baton Rouge, LA
  • Chicago – Tiaara Anderson, Philander Smith College, Little Rock, AR
INDIANA

  • Gary – David King Jr., Alabama State University, Montgomery, AL

JAMAICA

  • Portland – Nikolai Knight, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff, AR

KANSAS

  • Hutchinson – Ta’Mara Hill, Wiley College, Marshall, TX

LOUISIANA

  • New Orleans – Yo’Sha Lain, Southern University Agricultural and Mechanical College, Baton Rouge, LA
  • Winnsboro – Nicholas Alexander, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN

MARYLAND

  • Baltimore – Aaron Mackell, Hampton University, Hampton, VA
  • Baltimore – Lakeisha Mixon, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
  • Baltimore – JaJuan Sanders, Oakwood University, Huntsville, AL
  • Capital Heights – Dajanay White, Edward Waters College, Jacksonville, FL
  • Silver Spring – Mamei Willie-Bonglo, University of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC
  • Silver Spring – Rachel Rosario, Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN
  • Upper Marlboro – Shanell Powell, Bowie State University, Bowie, MD

MICHIGAN

  • Detroit – Rogi Banks, Howard University, Washington, DC

MISSISSIPPI

  • Holy Springs – Ba’Sheerah Williams, Rust College, Holy Spring, MS
  • Jackson – Jeffrey Fairley, Hinds Community College, Utica, MS

MISSOURI

  • Lees Summit – Khiala Tyson, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN
  • Kansas City – Derrick Parker, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA
  • St. Louis – Aaron Batiste, Harris-Stowe State University, St. Louis, MO
  • St. Louis – Brionna Adams, Lincoln University of Missouri, Jefferson City, MO

NEW JERSEY

  • Trenton – Deonna Williams, Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA

NEW YORK

  • Mount Vernon – Kailiah Evans, Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, Lincoln University, PA
NIGERIA

  • Lagos – Chidera Ntiwunka-Ifeanyi, Virginia State University, Petersburg, VA
  • Nigeria – Zoe Johnson, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, MD

NORTH CAROLINA

  • Charlotte – Terell Richardson, Livingston College, Salisbury, NC
  • Charlotte – William Gibson, Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, NC
  • Greensboro – Shani McMichael, Bennett College, Greensboro, NC
  • Winston-Salem – Imani Cooper, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Tallahassee, FL

OKLAHOMA

  • Drumright – Coleton Dudley, Langston University, Langston, OK

OREGON

  • Portland – Taylor Hall-Debnam, Spelman College, Atlanta, GA

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • Lamar – Terrianna McCullough, Voorhees College, Demark, SC
  • Orangeburg – Hillary Mokaya, Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC
  • Orangeburg – Omari Richards, South Carolina State University, Orangeburg, SC

TENNESSEE

  • Jackson – Jacarri Relf, Lane College Jackson, TN
  • Memphis – Bryan Redmond, Xavier University, New Orleans, LA

TEXAS

  • Houston – Adrianna Jackson, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA
  • Houston – Samuel Kanu, Texas Southern University, Houston, TX
  • Port Arthur – Geremiah Lofton, Huston-Tillotson University, Austin, TX
  • Sachse – Monica Dorsey, Texas College, Tyler, TX
  • San Antonio – Passion Williams-Toomer, St. Phillip’s College, San Antonio, TX
  • Spring – Ervin Bryant, Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical University, Prairie View, TX

VIRGINIA

  • Woodbridge- Denzel Goodlin, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC

WEST VIRGINIA

  • Bluefield- Brianna Vineyard, Bluefield State College, Bluefield, WV