National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc Announces Quentin Roach as Chairman of the Board
Atlanta, Georgia – The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, inc. is proud to announce the appointment of Quentin Roach as the new Chairman of the Board. This decision comes following the passing of our esteemed Founder and Chairman, Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. Quentin, a longtime friend and dedicated board member, steps into this role with a commitment to upholding the foundation’s mission and continuing the legacy of excellence set forth by Mr. Dortch.
As Chairman of the Board, Quentin brings a wealth of strategic business experience and a deep understanding of the foundation’s values and objectives. He has been an integral part of the organization, serving on the board for several years and actively contributing to its growth and success. Quentin’s passion for education, community empowerment, and preserving the legacy of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) makes him the ideal leader to guide the foundation into the future. The greater than fifteen-year friendship and brotherhood between Tommy and Quentin provides an added inspiration to move the Hall of Fame forward to greater heights..
Under Quentin’s leadership, the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation will continue to honor the achievements and contributions of outstanding individuals who have emerged from HBCUs. Through the annual Hall of Fame Inductee Awards Gala, scholarships, and community outreach initiatives, the foundation will remain steadfast in its commitment to supporting the educational endeavors of current and future HBCU students.
Quentin Roach expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to serve as the Chairman of the Board, saying, “The work of the Hall of Fame over the last 38 years is an exemplar of what outstanding community service, exceptional educational advancement, and inspirational leadership development looks like in HBCU and black communities …. I am deeply honored to accept this role and follow in the footsteps of the visionary Thomas W. Dortch, Jr. His impact on the foundation and the HBCU community as a whole is immeasurable. I am committed to preserving his legacy and working tirelessly to further the foundation’s mission of empowering the next generation of leaders.”
The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation Inc. will continue to collaborate with HBCUs, alumni, corporate partners, and supporters to expand opportunities for students and foster a thriving educational landscape. Through initiatives such as the TWD Jr. HBCU Golf Tournament, Chefs of the World, the Competition of Black College Queens, and numerous workshops, the foundation remains dedicated to promoting academic excellence, leadership development, and community engagement.
For more information about the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation and its upcoming events and initiatives, please visit our website at www.nbcahof.org
About the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation, Inc.:
The National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing and honoring outstanding individuals who have made significant contributions in their fields of expertise and have emerged from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Through scholarships, the Hall of Fame Inductee Awards Gala, and community outreach programs, the foundation supports the educational aspirations and achievements of HBCU students, while preserving and celebrating the rich legacy of these esteemed institutions.
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