• Central Chapters and Clubs

Find an official alumni chapter or club in your area:

Get in touch

 

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Chapter Leadership

 

  • Richard Costello '09 | Chair
  • Erika Lingonblad '13 | Events Chair

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Chapter Leadership

 

  • Daniel Mashburn '16 | Chair
  • Ketty Colom '11  | Chair-elect
  • Nadia Persaud '08 | Philanthropy Chair
  • Jillian Jernas '19 | Communications Co-chair
  • Jazmine Rodriguez '10 '12MA | Communications Co-chair
  • Krysten Gunther '18 | Events Co-chair
  • Jorge Maldonado '05 | Events Co-chair
  • Billy Balsam '14 | Member-at-large

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Chapter Leadership

  • Aaron Weeks '05 | Chair
  • Nikki Weeks '08 | Chair-Elect
  • Stephanie Jacquemin '13 | Events Chair
  • Sean Halpin '90 | Communications Chair
  • Lisa Newton '13 | Philanthropy Chair
  • Victor Hodges '07 '10MA | Member-at-large

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Chapter Leadership

We're always looking for Knights who are passionate about UCF and ready to lead. For more information how how to get involved, complete our nomination form.

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Chapter Leadership

 

  • Marissa Drylie '10 | Chair
  • Connie Little '11 | Philanthropy Chair

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Chapter Leadership

 

  • Amber Oliver '11 | Chair-elect
  • Nicole Prochazka '11 | Communications Chair
  • Nicole Ramirez '16 | Member-at-large

Get in touch

 

[email protected]

Chapter Leadership

We're always looking for Knights who are passionate about UCF and ready to lead. For more information how how to get involved, complete our nomination form.

Become a Leader

 

We're always looking for Knights who are passionate about UCF and ready to lead. For more information on how to get involved, complete our nomination form.

 

Want to get involved, but don't see a UCF alumni chapter or club in your area? Email us to find out more about the possibility of creating a group in your area. All newly formed groups begin at the club level, which provides a training ground for clubs to ease into their new role and increase their level of involvment gradually in a way that makes sense for them.