The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation is delighted to announce that Randall Barnes, founder of HBCU Pulse has agreed to become the first Hall of Fame Alumni Ambassador. The HOF Alumni Ambassador program is a win-win partnership with alumni and students who differentiate themselves as leaders committed to the HBCU community. We are stronger together.
The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation is dedicated to sustaining and growing Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) through alumni recognition, scholarships, training and technical assistance and programs to promote humanitarian involvement. Our aim is to advance the reality that HBCU’s are valuable treasures and critical resources that help transform seeds of potentiality into fruits of possibility.
The Foundation pledges to:
Randall Barnes is a media entrepreneur and HBCU advocate from Macon, GA. He is a recent graduate of Fort Valley State University, graduating with a degree in Media Studies. While at Fort Valley State University, Randall served as a 2017-2018 White House HBCU All-Star Ambassador for the White House Initiative on HBCUs and a member of the SGA Executive Branch as the Director of Alumni Affairs, External Affairs and Marketing & Communications. Randall was a student journalist on campus, starting HBCU Pulse in January 2017. Randall is the author of three books, most recently “A Queen’s Pain” about HBCU Royal Court life and Student Election Season. Randall aims to grow HBCU Pulse and be an outlet for students to express themselves and build upon their future career aspirations.