Campbell Hall Black Alumni Collective

CHBAC Endowment Fund

An initiative of the Campbell Hall Black Alumni Collective (CHBAC), the CHBAC Endowment Fund was created to assist Black students with non-tuition, “auxiliary” expenses related to their Campbell Hall education. We cannot ignore the fact that socio-economic forces play a role in a student’s sense of connection to the overall school community. The cost of many activities such as trips, dances, uniforms, bus transportation, athletic spirit packs, technology, and school supplies, creates an even wider social gap that already exists in independent schools. The CHBAC wants to be sure that our Black students are not marginalized due to their financial situation. This new endowment fund will help ensure that Black students are able to access the full Campbell Hall experience.
The Campbell Hall Black Alumni Collective (CHBAC) was established in 2019 with the mission of fostering a sense of community that allows Black students to achieve their full potential throughout their tenure at Campbell Hall while also continuing the connection among Black alumni to their alma mater.

CHBAC hosted their first panel event on February 27, 2020 for students, parents, parents of alumni, and alumni to connect, share, and network.

Over the summer of 2020, CHBAC hosted age-specific informal virtual sessions in which students and families could freely share experiences as well as openly discuss current events and topics of racial justice within our communities and our broader society.

For more information on how to get involved contact: chblackalumnicollective@gmail.com

Meet Black Alumni Collective Leadership

For more information or how to get involved contact: chblackalumnicollective@gmail.com

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  • Lauren Accordino '05

  • Bernard Dillard II '10

  • Brytani Garnett '08

  • Jason Heard '05

  • Deanna J. Ingram '05

  • Karissa Lake '07

  • Steven Tolbert II '05

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