Methodist University Alumni Association (MUAA)

The mission of the Association shall be to help promote the general welfare of Methodist University and to encourage and stimulate the interest of graduates and former students in the University; to strengthen relationships among students, parents, faculty and community; to build spirit and support for the University through communications and events; to provide advice and counsel to the administration and the Board of Trustees; and to assist educational excellence throughout the University.

MUAA Bylaws

Officers of the Board of Directors

President: Rev. Gilliam Wise '83
First Vice President: Mrs. Diana Sims '69
Second Vice President: Mr. Thomas Hutton '10
Secretary: Rev. Dr. Dennis Sheppard '77
Immediate Past President: Rev. Dr. Jerry Jackson '75

Board Members

Capt. Richard A. Briggs '87
Mrs. Jordan Brown '10, '13M
Mr. J. Taplie Coile '98
Mr. Roger L. Davis '86
Mrs. Camille S. Dunn '70
Mr. Daniel Eldredge '11
Mr. C. Steven Faircloth '87
Ms. Winnie M. Grannis '73
Mr. Richard Hagie '08
Mr. Thomas R. Hutton '10
Rev. Dr. Jerry A. Jackson '75
Ms. Ramona Jackson '11
Mrs. C. Alyce T. Johnson '79
Mr. Mamoru "Boots" Kubota '82
Rev. Jane Lee Leechford '03
Ms. Kim McCall '05
Mrs. Mica A. Mitchell '01
Mr. Michael Porter '04
Ms. Dawn L. Sanderson '11
Rev. Dr. Dennis Sheppard '77
Mrs. Diana L. Sims '69
Mr. Garret F. Stempfer '01
Mr. Renny H. Taylor '86
BG Kelly Thomas '81
Rev. Randy L. Wall '74
Rev. Woodrow W. Wells '69
Rev. Gilliam P. Wise '83
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