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DFW Urban League Young Pros names leadership team

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Dallas-Fort Worth Urban League Young Professionals (DFWULYP) has named its 2022-2024 Executive Leadership Team.

The appointed officers include:

  • Sean Reed, President
  • Tiffany Howell, Vice President
  • Crystal Milton, Chief of Staff
  • Erika Manuel, Secretary
  • Bianca Avery, Historian
  • Shannen Lawson, Financial Secretary
  • Kendall Hill, Equity Officer
  • Alise Pitt, Parliamentarian
  • Gabrielle Smith, Fund Development Secretary

The appointed committee chairs include:

  • ShaRica Reese, Community Outreach
  • Terri Alford, Economic Empowerment
  • Marlon Bush, Marketing
  • Marla Johnson, Civic Engagement Co-Chair
  • Chanel Williams, Civic Engagement Co-Chair
  • Thomas Mccutcheon, Health and Quality of Life Co-Chair
  • Gary Trepanter, , Health and Quality of Life Co-Chair
  • Brittney Solomon, Professional Development
  • Courtney Hamilton, Technology
  • James Sackey, Social and Cultural
  • Mariah Griffo, Community Outreach Co-Chair
  • Roneisha Franklin, Youth Empowerment, Co-Chair
  • Alassandria Mack, Youth Empowerment, Co-Chair

The Dallas-Fort Worth Urban League Young Professionals is an auxiliary chapter of the Houston Area Urban League and The National Urban League Young Professionals. The group is committed to supporting the Dallas/Fort-Worth Metroplex through service, civic engagement and leadership development.

The National Urban League Young Professionals (NULYP) is a National Urban League volunteer auxiliary that targets young professionals ages 21-40 to empower their communities and change lives through the Urban League Movement. Established in 1910, The Urban League is the nation’s oldest and largest community based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream. publishes every week.
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