The Black Professional Alliance is an organization that connects and grows Wagner’s Black community as students, graduates, and professionals. Through the BPA, members will gain access to personal and professional development opportunities while receiving exclusive invitations to enrichment experiences, both in person and via virtual platforms. Experiences will include, but are not limited to: networking, mentoring, sponsorship, philanthropy and community outreach. It is through the BPA’s mission that both students and alumni will continue to foster mutually beneficial relationships while supporting Wagner College’s mission to promote diversity, inclusion and equity.
The Black Professional Alliance (BPA) is the postgraduate branch of the student organization, Black Student Union (BSU).
History: BSU was formerly known as NSU (Nubian Student Union)
Andrea De Loney ’10 Executive Committee
Marisa Correia ’20 Executive Committee
Deyja Gentile ’19 Executive Committee
Philippe Lerebours ’19 Executive Committee
How to Get Involved
Tell your fellow Seahawks about BPA and our mission! Recruit friends to join and become a part of BPA.
We will hold 3 events per year (Fall, Spring, and Summer). Keep an eye out on ourEvents Calendar page for registrations!
If you’d like to join the mailing list for BPA, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at 718-390-3224 or email@example.com.
Alumni and students joined us for our Black Professional Alliance and Black Student Union Social. We heard inspirational stories from four speakers: Philip Georges '83, Jocelyn Ford '08, Jarrid Williams '15, and Charnae Payne '21. Each shared their journey, keys to success, and the lessons they learned along the way.
BPA Happy Hour
Members of the Wagner College Black Professional Alliance gathered for a Virtual Alumni Happy Hour. Alumni had a great time connecting and sharing stories about their time at Wagner. Thank you to all who joined us.
Attendees who joined us for the Black Professional Alliance Kick-off Social featuring panelists Aquabah Gonney M'08, Ruta Shah-Gordon, Ph.D, and Adrian Adderley '09.