All alumni are invited to participate in any of the areas listed. You do not need to be a member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors to serve on a committee. Many committees also have opportunities for alumni who do not live locally.
Want to help fellow Panther grads succeed in their careers? The Career Committees focus on assisting alumni with career development, networking and service. For more information, contact Dona Constantine '84.
Do you want to help Chapman University continue to thrive? The Development Committee is dedicated to growing the alumni participation rate, which is a key factor in our continued climb in the rankings. Contact Adam Coughran '04 (M.A. '10) to learn more.
Are you interested in Chapman events? The engagement committee ensures an alumni presence at Chapman events and keeps other alumni up to date on what they can participate in. The Ambassador Committee is charged with ensuring that there is an alumni presence at major Chapman events. Sub-committees include ambassador, young alumni, and outreach. contact Connie Benson '93 to learn more.
The Alumni Ambassador subcommittee attends and volunteers at major Chapman events. Learn more about becoming an Alumni Ambassador.
The Young Alumni Society subcommitte engages young alumni (those who have graduated within the last 10 years) through events and programming. To learn more about getting involved, contact Karlie Harstad '09.
P.R. and Marketing
Help the Chapman alumni network stay connected to the University through communications channels including social media, blogging, the alumni e-newsletter, the website and more. Sub-committees include benefits and value, external marketing, and community outreach. Contact Ariana Burris (JD '09) to learn more.