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Introducing the Alumni Board

The NGU Alumni Board of Directors was formed by a group of early graduates in 1974. Today, the Board includes alumni representing various industries and backgrounds and from five decades of graduating classes. Each member may serve unlimited, three-year terms and is selected based on their strengths, area of professional expertise, NGU involvement, and university pride. We thank each board member and appreciate their service to the university.

John McGraw, Alumni Board President, Headshot

Dr. John J. McGraw ’70
Distinguished Alumnus 2020

Phil Dugas, Alumni Board 1st Vice President, Headshot

1st Vice President
Dr. Phil Dugas ’05

Jayne McCall, Alumni Board 2nd Vice President, Headshot

2nd Vice President
Jayne L. McCall ’70
Distinguished Alumnus 2020

Tanya Bethea, Alumni Board Secretary, Headshot

Tanya Bethea ’17

Carmen Knight, Alumni Board Treasurer, Headshot

Carmen Knight ’93
Alumni Service Award Honoree 2020

Michael Evans, Alumni Board, Headshot

Michael Evans

Eric Leagones, Alumni Board, Headshot

Eric Leagones ’06

Profile Image for Kayla Morgan, Director of Advancement Services

Kayla Morgan ’12

Lee Richardson, Alumni Board, Headshot

Lee Richardson ’03

Dr. Jason Young, Alumni Board, Headshot

Dr. Jason Young ’00

Not Pictured:

Donald Lilly ’05
Lance Martin ’00
Beau Trauger ’04


The Board serves as the primary advisors to the NGU Alumni Office and, together, oversees the strategic development of NGU Alumni programs and initiatives that advance NGU in communities around the world. The Board is also committed to raising scholarships for ambitious and motivated students.

The Board of Directors comprises of 20 members serving three-year terms. The board assists with organizing projects and events sponsored by the association and the Office of Alumni Engagement, including Homecoming, fund-raising events, and Commencement.

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