American University has a broad range of alumni affinity groups and networks that eagerly seek your active participation.
The Asian and Pacific Islander Alumni Network (APIAN) was created with the mission to increase engagement, foster connections, and build a worldwide network of the 5,500 American University Asian and Pacific Islander-heritage alumni community and beyond.
Co-Chairs: Megan Rummler, SIS/MA '19; Maisha Mailha Hoque, SIS/BA '18
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Connect with APIAN: Facebook Group | Facebook Page
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The mission of the AU Black Alumni Alliance (BAA) is to create a lifelong and worldwide community of AU alumni with greatest focus on the 6,000 black and African-heritage Diaspora communities and beyond.
The mission of the AU Latino Alumni Alliance (LAA) is to increase engagement, foster connections, and build a worldwide network of the 4,000 American University Latino and Hispanic-heritage alumni community and beyond.
The Legacy Alumni Network (LAN) is designed to bring together those alumni and students who have made an AU education part of their family tradition. Generations of families have passed on the AU tradition to their children and grandchildren, and we want to help celebrate this special relationship. The LAN helps these members of the AU community stay in touch with the university and with other legacies through special events and networking opportunities.
Chair: Adam Katz, WCL/JD '86
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The vision of AU Pride Alumni Alliance (AU Pride) is to connect and engage the LGBTQ and ally communities of American University Alumni through celebrating diversity and increasing visibility.
The AU Women's Network seeks to bring together AU alumnae to connect, build, and strengthen valuable relationships that will contribute to professional success, as well as deepen ties to the AU community.
The mission of AU's Faculty & Staff Alumni Affinity Network (FSAAN), better known as the Eagles Nest, is to facilitate fellowship among AU alumni who are faculty or staff of the university.
With more than 10,000 alumni trained in entertainment and media, the AU Entertainment and Media Alumni Alliance (EMAA) aims to create a lifelong and worldwide community of AU alumni with current and aspiring careers in motion pictures, music, television, and theater, as well as news, public communication, journalism, and documentaries.
The mission of the AU Veterans Alumni Network is to foster and support a community of AU alumni who have previously served in our armed services and to create increased opportunities for meaningful engagement towards the end of greater awareness, pride, participation, volunteer involvement, and philanthropic commitment to American University.