The Birthplace of NNOA
I have the honor of serving as the Chapter President for the Birthplace of NNOA. I’m calling for a JOINT effort to breathe life into the Annapolis Chapter. I hope our efforts will honor the legacy of those who preceded us, accomplish the mission before us, and establish a foundation for future Naval Officers. Success looks like an established network of Naval Officers across ALL ranks working towards achieving, developing, and retaining a diverse officer corps. Let’s get to work.
Captain Laith Shannon, USMC
Captain Carlin Myrick, USMC (email@example.com)
LT Yvonne Armstrong, USN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LT Wesley Saavedra, USN (email@example.com)
LtCol R.B. Green, USMC (Ret) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Public Affairs Officer
LT Kenny Hyman, USN (Ret)(email@example.com)
LT E. J. Halton, USN (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Midshipmen Black Studies Club
Mission: To empower future leaders of the Navy and Marine Corps. The purpose of Midshipmen Black Studies Club is to educate the Brigade of Midshipmen in African-American history and culture, provide opportunities for Midshipmen to fellowship and serve with each other, and uplift African-American Midshipmen at USNA through mentorship.
Captain Laith Shannon, USMC (email@example.com)
President: MIDN 1/C Madeleine Cooke
Vice President: MIDN 1/C Raven Heath
Midshipmen Caribbean Heritage Club
Mission: USNA’s Caribbean-American students work to build an awareness of the diverse Caribbean heritage by sponsoring educational, cultural, and social events tailored towards engaging the Brigade in different aspects of Caribbean culture.
LT Yvonne Armstrong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
President: MIDN 1/C Janelle Stewart
Vice President: MIDN 2/C Christopher St. Helen
USNA Gospel Choir
National Society of Black Engineers
Mission: Increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.
LCDR Yasmin Odunukwe (email@example.com)
President: MIDN 1/C Kendall Louis
Vice President: MIDN 2/C Tiera Sterling
Naval Academy Minority Association
Mission: To Attract and Recruit minority future leaders for service in the Navy and Marine Corps. Retain minority Midshipmen and help improve the graduation rate. Provide a career mentoring network. Support community and education outreach. Provide Philanthropy to support USNA initiatives.