ALANAM Community Resources

ALANAM initiatives aims to foster an inclusive environment that promote identity development, intellectual achievement, personal success, and social belonging of students who identify as African-American/Black, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaskan Native, and Multiracial at Elon. Some of the programs/services under ALANAM Initiatives include:

Sisterhood Circle

Sisterhood Circle is a safe space for discussion among ALANAM women of color across Elon’s campus. Students meet bi-weekly to discuss topics relevant to their experiences at a predominantly white institution. This is a space for all women across all spectrums of religion, gender, sexual orientation, ability, economic status, and beyond. For more information please contact Kiah Glenn (kglenn5@elon.edu)

Men of Distinction

Men of Distinction seeks to bring together a community of men across racial and ethnic groups at Elon University. Men of Distinction improves the experience of men of color through career and leadership development, fellowship, community building, and programs focused on holistic well-being. For more information please contact Brandon Bell (bbell5@elon.edu)

ALANAM Women’s Institute

ALANAM Women’s Institute is an empowering and interactive event catered specifically for women who identify as African-American/Black, Latino/Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, Native American, Alaskan Native, and Multiracial.  The goal is to create a space where ALANAM women can share their backgrounds and experiences, and together develop a set of tools to successfully navigate issues related to the work environment, relationships, health, self-discovery, and education.

ALANAM Town Halls

ALANAM Town Halls are community gathering opportunities which occur 1-2 times per semester. All ALANAM students are invited to identify and address issues pertaining to the ALANAM community and help develop effective solutions and strategies that aim to enhance the ALANAM student experience. For more information, please contact Sylvia Muñoz (munozs@elon.edu)