1: ONAWUMI JEAN MOSS retired in 2006 as associate dean of students at Amherst. She is a wellknown storyteller.
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3: BONNIE JENKINS ’82 is coordinator for threat reduction programs at the State Department. She served in the Naval Reserve and on the 9/11 Commission.
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5: ALLISON MOORE-LAKE ’82 is deputy director of the Westchester Children’s Association.
6: LISA EVANS ’85 is scientific workforce diversity officer at the National Institutes of Health.
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8: MARGARET VENDRYES ’84, now an associate professor at York College, was Soltau’s adviser on the mural.
9: TARA (FULLER) LAMOURT ’80 is an oil painter who launched the company Handmade By Design.
10: EDWARD JONES, class of 1826, he College’s first African-American graduate, became principal of the Fourah Bay Christian Association in Sierra Leone.
11: DR. CHARLES DREW ’26 discovered the chemical method for preserving blood. As a leader in his field, he protested racial segregation in blood donation.
12: WILLIAM HASTIE ’25 was the first African-American to serve as governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands and as a federal judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals.
13: MERCER COOK ’25 was the first American ambassador to Gambia. He was also ambassador to Senegal and Niger.
14: CHARLES HAMILTON HOUSTON, class of 1915, was the legal architect of Brown v. Board of Education. He was known as “the man who killed Jim Crow.”
15: RHONDA COBHAM-SANDER is the Emily C. Jordon Folger Professor of Black Studies and English at Amherst.
16: DR. CUTHBERT SIMPKINS II ’69 is a trauma surgeon and professor of medicine who also wrote a biography of John Coltrane.
17: JESSE WARR ’69 is proprietor of a San Francisco Bay Area sightseeing service.
18: HAROLD WADE JR. ’68 wrote Black Men of Amherst, published in 1976, two years after his death.
19: SONYA CLARK ’89 is an award-winning artist who chairs the craft and material studies department at Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts.
20: ANTHONY JACK ’07, a sociologist, studies the experiences of low-income, first-generation undergraduates at elite schools.
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22: HENRY G. RHONE ’68 is retired as vice provost for student affairs at Virginia Commonwealth University.
23: WAYNE WORMLEY ’72 has a management consulting firm and is interim dean of professional studies and workforce development at Bunker Hill Community College.
24: UTHMAN F. MUHAMMAD ’70, P’99, ’02 (formerly C.P. Ward) is an educator and a community, political and Islamic (Mu’min) activist.
25: WILLIAM CLARENCE ROBINSON III ’68 was a real estate broker.
26: TIMOTHY JONES ’05E is senior pastor at Community Baptist Church in New Haven.
27: CHARRI BOYKIN-EAST is Amherst’s senior associate dean of students.
28: GEORGE JOHNSON ’73 is dean emeritus of the Elon University School of Law.