Multicultural Alumni Action Group
Impacting the HC Community Multicultural Experience
The Multicultural Alumni Action Group (MAAG) exists to ensure Haverford is an inclusive community where all Haverfordians can thrive – from prospective students to seasoned alums. Through outreach, institutional partnerships, mentoring, data collection and fundraising, MAAG aims to directly support and impact the quality of multicultural experiences on a campus that will become more diverse in the coming decades. By forging a critical partnership with the College, MAAG will be an integral resource in Haverford’s ability to model what it means to be a proactive, high-achieving, and thriving multicultural community.
Join your fellow MAAG members in our closed Facebook group.
Contact Christina Bradley '12 with any questions about MAAG, its volunteers, and committees.
- Outreach & Communications
- Institutional Partnerships
- Mentorship Initiatives
- Measures & Accountability
- Solidify member recruitment and engagement strategy
- Expand development of website and social media presence
- Coordinate events and opportunities for building alumni connections
- Debuted MAAG at the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) event during Alumni Weekend.
- Co-planned and held the official MAAG Summer Launch Boat Party.
If you have additional questions or would like to join this MAAG subcommittee, please contact Christina Bradley '12.
- Collaborate with Customs, Tri-Co, AMA, and Horizons to engage with students as early and as often as possible
- Meet with President Kim Benston to discuss MAAG’s role in the broader HC Diversity & Inclusion strategy
- Presented MAAG at Alumni Association Executive Committee meeting, October 3, 2015
- Prepared for Haverford's involvement in the White Privilege Conference in Philadelphia, April 14-17, 2016
- Supported Perry House re-launch at Bryn Mawr College
- Host annual MAAG Mentorship Initiative (MMI) events
- Coordinate efforts with the College's Center for Career and Professional Advising (CCPA)
- Host monthly meetings related to personal and professional development
- Use virtual spaces such as LinkedIn to promote engaging mentoring relationships
- Plan regional networking events
If you have additional questions or would like to join this MAAG subcommittee please contact Julie Min Chayet '91 .
Work with the College to continually assess policies, practices, and new initiatives to improve diversity and inclusion in five focal areas:
- Students (prospective, current, alumni)
- College staff & leadership
- Board of Managers & Corporation
- Collect current giving data
- Create multiple opportunities to build dynamic relationships with alumni of color
- Co-coordinate recognition of 50th Anniversary of José Padin Scholarship
- Set possible targets for long-term giving
If you have additional questions or would like to join this MAAG subcommittee, please contact Ann West Figueredo '84