Mid-Atlantic Alumni Chapter

Where can one participate in world class events, attend festivals and eat at prize-winning restaurants? Where can one engage in outdoor recreation, ranging from beach activities to mountain hiking and skiing all while enjoying four distinct seasons? From where does one have easy access to some of America’s largest and most dynamic cities, where you can rub elbows with people from all different ethnicities, nationalities, religions and socioeconomic  backgrounds? Where can one engage with some of America’s most educated and successful people all while affecting positive change? The answer —Washington, D.C. and the Eastern Seaboard.

Members of the Truman State University Mid-Atlantic Alumni Chapter come from the Carolinas in the South to New York in the North to West Virginia in the West. Join us as we regularly take advantage of the benefits of the region we call “home.” Whether you are interested in renewing old friendships, building new ones, creating memories or giving back to the University, the chapter offers something for everyone.

Join now  Member Benefits

2018 Chapter Events:

  • January 13: Capital Hill Tour
  • January 27: NYC Brunch Event
  • February 20: Pi Pizzeria Event
  • March 20: Service Event
  • April 7: Hanami Event
  • May 5: Passport DC Event
  • June 1: Yards Park Event
  • July 9: Summer Intern Event
  • August 11: Group Fitness/Yoga Event
  • September 3: Nationals v. Cardinals Event
  • October 6: Duck Tours Event
  • November 3: Brewery Event
  • December 1: Temple Lights Event

Chapter Leadership:

  • Danny Hague (’13), President
  • Nora Graves (’10), Vice President
  • Justis Tuia (’07), Treasurer & National Alumni Board Representative
  • Dave Korkoian (’05), Programming Coordinator
  • Michael Baharaeen (’13), Intern Coordinator

For more information, please contact Danny Hague (’13) or the Office of Advancement at 800.452.6678.

The Chapter is looking for more volunteers! Please contact Truman’s Office of Advancement at 800-452-6678 for more information or complete the online Volunteer Application.

IanVickers

Seeing other alumni makes your new city not seem so ‘large’ and it’s just fun knowing someone else who has the Truman/Kirksville experience. So, after graduation, give yourself some time and process your new life, new experiences and then get connected with a chapter. You won’t regret it!

Ian Vickers ('07)