The Multicultural Alumni Association’s (MAA) mission is to connect alumni with each other, with students, and with RMC. It consists of alumni who work to promote and foster an environment of inclusivity at RMC and better unite and engage multicultural alumni through leadership, mentorship, scholarship, fellowship, and service. 

For more information contact:

Carter Walton, Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Opportunity

Rhonda Toussaint, Executive Director of Alumni Relations

The Multicultural Alumni Association Advisory Council, a volunteer leadership structure guiding the greater MAA and acknowledged by the Society of Alumni, operates under the joint support and guidance of the Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Opportunity and the Alumni Office. If you would like to nominate yourself or another alumnus/a to serve on the Advisory Council complete the Nomination Form.

Four women posing for a photo at a Multicultural Alumni Association event.

The council was organized to focus on three priorities:

  1.  Increasing minority alumni engagement 
  2.  Developing programs and initiatives for current and future minority students
  3.  Promoting and fostering an environment of inclusivity

Upcoming Alumni Events

Advisory Council Members

  • Tameshia Grimes, ’96, Chair
  • Mayjean Deem van der Werf, ’10
  • Joseph “Jojo” McDuffie, ’06
  • Chad Burns, ’98, Vice Chair
  • Chiquita DeJesus, ’18
  • Fidele Ntumba, ’18
  • Leonard Abbott, ’06
  • Felicia Herzog, ’10
  • Charleita Richardson, ’00
  • Reginald “Reggie” Barley, ’74
  • John Hollemon, ’13
  • Jacques Sims, ’85
  • Alexis Boyd, ’18
  • Dexter Hurt, ’94
  • Sean Smith, ’13
  • Shalise Bates, ’01
  • Tim Jackson, ’97
  • Charlene Smith-Bojang, ’12
  • Yvonne Brandon, ’76
  • Taylor Jones, ’15
  • Kayla Watts, ’17
  • Victoria Robinson Bullett, ’13
  • Brittany Lopes, ’11
  • Jennifer Wicker, ’96
  • Chrissie Davis, ’96
  • T. Anderson Martin, ’11
  • Cherelle Williams, ’12