About ITAC

Our Goal

The primary goal of the Indianapolis Tuskegee Alumni Club is to foster the ideals of Tuskegee University and its illustrious founder, Booker T. Washington, and generate financial resources to help Mother Tuskegee support students–particularly those attending Tuskegee University who are from the Indianapolis, Indiana area. We welcome and invite all persons who are interested in furthering this goal to become a member and supporter of the ITAC.

ITAC Executive Board 2020-22

President

Pamela Bean

President
Treasurer

Anthony Simmons

Treasurer
1st Vice-President

Kim Raby

1st Vice-President
Chaplain

Rev. Dr. Samuel Murray

Chaplain
2nd Vice -President

E.J. Lorthridge

2nd Vice -President
Parliamentarian

Terry Meriweather

Parliamentarian
Secretary

Daenique Jengelley

Secretary

Scholarships

Scholarships are offered by the Indianapolis Tuskegee Alumni Club for High school, transfer and returning students to Tuskegee University.
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Alumni Spotlight

Visit our Alumni Spotlight – Learn More about fellow Alumni members – View

Our Governing Documents

ITAC Bylaws –View
ITAC Operations Manual – View
TNAA Constitution and Bylaws – View
TNAA Operations Manual – View

Events

We provide entertaining events to raise money for college scholarships. View

Our History

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​The Indianapolis Tuskegee Alumni Club was reactivated in February, 1969 under the leadership of Leslie House with the motivation of Mr. James Woodson, National Alumni Director.

The following officers were elected:
Leslie F. House – President
Ford Ratcliff – Vice-President
Delores Keaton Houston – Secretary
Other charter members were: Frank Adams, Dr. Earl Corbitt, Burnell Coulon, Dr. D. F. Froe, Dr. James Goler, Jacqueline Goler, Robert Goler, William Houston, Dobbie Smith, and Clyde Rudd Spearman.