Networks

Suffolk University has alumni across the country and around the globe. As a graduate of Suffolk, you are automatically a member of the alumni community. Now, you have an opportunity to enhance your engagement, share your expertise and insight as a resource for other alumni, and make the Suffolk network work for you. Suffolk has regional networks as well as affinity group networks that you can join.

Being part of an alumni network means:

  • Being a resource for other alumni
  • Working with other alumni to organize and host receptions, informal gatherings, and professional programs
  • Engaging in social media 

Women in Leadership Alumnae Network

The Suffolk Women in Leadership (WIL) Alumnae Network advocates for the professional and personal development of Suffolk women. WIL provides resources and programming for both alumnae and current students, linking these women to each other and to the larger Suffolk community. Alumnae and students volunteer together to plan social, educational, and networking events and activities. If you’re a woman and you graduated from Suffolk, come join us!

WIL works to ensure that Suffolk alumnae feel invested in current students' success by fostering relationships between these groups. This network also promotes the personal and/or professional development of Suffolk alumnae and students through programming related to these areas.

For more information or to join WIL, contact Cordelia Pisacane, '08, chair, or Amy Siegel, BS '14, associate director of alumni relations & annual giving.

Suffolk University Black Alumni Network

The Suffolk University Black Alumni Network (SUBAN) celebrates and serves current and future Black alumni through events, mentoring, philanthropy, and volunteerism. Our goal is to continue to build this collaborative alumni network in support of the University’s strategic goals.

SUBAN supports the recruitment, retention, academic achievement and successful graduation of Black, African and Caribbean diaspora students.  The network also supports the career development and professional opportunities of students and alumni.

The SUBAN Committee is comprised of volunteers who work closely with the Office of Advancement to promote alumni engagement and giving.  They serve as ambassadors for the University, they collaborate on planning events and special programs, and they help to identify new donors and funding opportunities.

For more information or to join SUBAN, contact Boitshoko Phalatse, BSBA ’08, MBA ‘18, associate director of alumni relations & annual giving and SUBAN coordinator.

Regional Networks

Whether you have recently relocated or are a longtime resident of the area, Suffolk's regional alumni networks can help you reconnect with the University, broaden your base of local area contacts, and continue your Suffolk connection. As a regional network member, you may also support the work of the Office of Admission by serving as a contact for staff out on the road recruiting new students and/or representing Suffolk at recruitment events in your area. 

In addition to our home city of Boston, there are thriving Suffolk alumni communities in locations across the United States:

  • New York City
  • Washington, DC
  • Chicago
  • Miami/Fort Lauderdale/Palm Beach

For more information or to join a regional network, contact Caitlin Haughey, MEd '96, senior director of alumni relations & annual giving.