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Juneteenth Committee

The Juneteenth Committee works to coordinate community wide events, programming, education, and initiatives. This includes intentional community collaboration and outreach. 

Juneteenth is a federally recognized holiday that commemorates Union troops ensuring the freedom enslaved African Americans in Galveston Bay and across Texas over two years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, on June 19, 1865.  

DANNY MCQUARTERS JR

ASST DIR/­INST DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUS

Office for Institutional Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

SARAH KATCHER

SR ASSOC DIR/­CAMPAIGN & DIGITAL STRATEGY

University Communications

ALFRED HARPER III

ASST DIR/­MULTICULTURAL STUDENT EDUCATION

Multicultural Academic Student Services

AMY PERSCHBACHER

FIXED-TERM FACULTY

Theatre & Dance

SHAWNA PATTERSON-STEPHENS

VICE PRES/­INCLUSIVE EXCELLENCE&BELONGING

Office for Institutional Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

NIKITA MURRY

DIR/­DIVERSITY EDUCATION

Office for Institutional Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

MARCEIL DAVIS

ACADEMIC ADVISOR/­CEHS

Advising Student Services/CEHS

OCTAVIA JENNINGS

CONSTITUENT ENGAGEMENT OFFICER

Alumni Relations & Constituent Engagement

ERICA PETERS

EXEC ASST TO PROVOST/­EXEC VICE PRES

Provost's Office

DEBRA STAUFFER

EXECUTIVE OFFICE SPECIALIST

Registrar's Office