Please join us for the first reunion of the Wiggan-Kenniebrew Black Alumni Network on Oct. 11-13, 2019.
About the Reunion
In fall 2019, Carthage will host the first reunion of the Wiggan-Kenniebrew (W-K) Black Alumni Network. It is open to alumni who identify as African American or biracial, those who participated in the Black Student Union, and all who support the W-K Network’s efforts. The reunion will take place during Homecoming weekend on Oct. 11-13, 2019.
About the Committee
Veronica Hunter Moore ’05 and Cynthia Thomas Walker ’78 are co-chairs of the W-K Black Alumni Reunion committee. Veronica, who was a graphic design major and a track and field All American, now serves as Director for Educational Programs for the Delta Upsilon Fraternity and Director for Emerging & Culturally Based Fraternal Initiatives for the North American Interfraternity Conference. She obtained a master’s degree in higher education administration from Western Illinois University after Carthage. Today, she lives in Bethlehem Pennsylvania with her husband Quartez and two-year-old daughter Hunter. Co-chair Cynthia Thomas Walker ’78 earned a double major in sociology and criminal justice at Carthage after which she went on to pursue her law degree from Valparaiso University. Today, Cynthia serves as chief judge for the State of Michigan’s 50th District Court. She is also one of three co-chairs of the Wiggan-Kenniebrew Black Alumni Network. She lives in Pontiac, Michigan.