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Saturday, October 22, 2022 At 7:00 PM

FORD HALL OF CHAMPIONS AT TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

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2022 Host Hotel & Partner

Why You Should Support the Aggie Impact Gala?

The Aggie Impact Gala (AIG) is a prestigious event that financially helps African American students at Texas A&M University along with honoring former Black students who have made an impact in their communities and professions.  AIG supports higher education in the community through the Aggie Impact Endowment Foundation Excellence Award, which financially supports a gap in funding for deserving African American students: future, current and transfer.  The Aggie Impact Gala is a fundraising arm of the Texas A&M Black Former Student Network, a 501©3 recognized Constituent Network of the Texas A&M Association of Former Students.

About Aggie Impact Gala
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Aggie Impact Endowment

While the Black Former Student Network is the operational and networking arm, the Aggie Impact Endowment is the funding arm providing scholarships for current and future African American students. The scholarships are presented through the Aggie Impact Foundation Excellence Award. The Foundation Excellence Award is the first of its kind for Texas A&M University. Its unique characteristic is that it funds educational scholarships specifically for deserving African American students.

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NOMINATE A FORMER AGGIE MAKING AN IMPACT!

DO YOU KNOW A FORMER AGGIE WHO’S MAKING AN IMPACT IN THEIR COMMUNITY OR PROFESSION? NOMINATE THEM TODAY BY CLICKING THE FORM BELOW AND TELL US ABOUT THEM!

Chair & Co-Chairs

Erica Davis-Rouse '95

Erica Davis-Rouse ‘95

Chair & Gala Founder

Shante Robertson-Thompson '94

Shante Robertson-Thompson ‘94

Co-Chair

Steering Committee

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Tashara Robinson ‘94

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Dr. Rachel Andress Davis ‘95

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Amelia McCracken 2010

Demetria Hall

Demetria Hall

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Adrian Cornelius

Corey Henderson

Corey Michael Henderson ‘95

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Pamela Benson Owens ‘94

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Cheryl Hicks ‘95

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Tonya Driver Jackson, PHD ‘95

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Wendell Gray

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Leslie Thompson

2022 sponsors
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AGGIE IMPACT NEWS

Black Former Student Network to host first Aggie Impact Gala

Black Former Student Network to host first Aggie Impact Gala

Forums let public help shape Texas A&M's next five-year plan

Forums let public help shape Texas A&M's next five-year plan

CONTACT

Email

awards@tamubfsn.org

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