Grambling University National Alumni Association, Inc. has been fortunate to have had several dedicated alums to serve in the leadership roles of this philanthropic organization. GUNAA Committees are a vital part of the association as it is the heart beat of all association activities and planning. GUNAA is in search of volunteers who are talented and eager to utilize their gifts to positively effect GUNAA and GSU. Please complete the committee signup sheet to express your interest.
YOUNG ALUMNI COUNCIL
The Young Alumni Council establishes programs and strategies to increase recruitment and retention of recent graduates.
The Social Committee is in charge of all social activities of the Association.
The Fundraising Committee is responsible for all fundraising activities for the Association.
The Homecoming Committee plans and execute plans for Homecoming activities stemming from the Association. The committee also coordinates
Alumni Day Activities and Class Reunions along with the University, Student Affairs and Alumni Affairs.
The Awards Committee establishes, evaluate the qualifications, criteria and procedures for awards and to design items for suitable presentation given by the Grambling University National Alumni Association and to make recommendations to the Board of Directors of the names of Alumni members and chapters who are deserving of the awards.
The Membership Committee establish programs to increase Membership and retention.
Technology Committee consist of volunteers willing to work on GUNAA website, virtual events and keeping social media up to date.
public relations committee
Public Relations Committee - shall be responsible for monitoring and assessing the proposed decisions and actions of the ULS System and State Legislators of the State of Louisiana; creating a vital network with members of the Louisiana Legislature, and community leaders; providing information concerning national issues that impact the University; developing programs and devising effective strategies to address the concerns of the Association and the University.
The Special Projects Committee consist of volunteers willing administer National Community Service programs, campus revitalization projects a and other projects directed by the organization.