As alumni, we may have more than 75,000 graduates living in dozens of states and countries around the world, but we will always call Xavier home. We’re carrying on the Xavier Mission, achieving our dreams as we make the world a better place.
We are all members of one National Alumni Association, but we are comprised of many communities — groups of alumni, supporters, and friends who serve as extensions of the Xavier Alumni Association. We provide opportunities for you to stay engaged with us in meaningful ways.
Together, Xavier’s alumni communities exhibit and promote our Mission within local areas through philanthropy, community service, networking, and socialization.
All for One and One for All.
Alumni Communities by Geography and Affinity
If you are interested in getting more involved with the chapter in your area or if you are interested in volunteering for a VACANT Chapter President position, please email email@example.com and provide your name, graduation year and contact information.
If you need to reach one of the Chapter Presidents listed on this page, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request specific Chapter President contact information.
For Chapter Presidents, please visit their resource page
|President Name, Class year||City||State|
|Lashawn Mayo, 2014||Atlanta||Georgia|
|Monika Goldschmidt, 2014||Austin||Texas|
|Scott M. Smith, 2007||Baltimore||Maryland|
|Omari Aarons, 2007||Boston||Massachusetts|
|Chris Colleary, 1996||Buffalo||New York|
|Daniel Morris, 2001||Charlotte||North Carolina|
|Andrew Robbins, 2010||Chicago||Illinois|
|Kristy Beagle, 2006||Cincinnati||Ohio|
|Maria Gross, 2009||Cleveland||Ohio|
|Jess Friedhoff, 2014||Columbus||Ohio|
|Greg Lombardo, 2013||Connecticut||Connecticut|
|Kristen Liebert, 2016||Dallas||Texas|
|Chris Rupp, 1989||Dayton||Ohio|
|Christie Hoff, 2005||Denver||Colorado|
|Alex King, 2013||Detroit||Michigan|
|Brian Cordasco, 2007||Houston||Texas|
|Andrew Bloch, 2000||Indianapolis||Indiana|
|Robin Dudasik, 2003||Jacksonville||Florida|
|Scott Higdon, 2009||Los Angeles Metro||California|
|Julia McMurray Ray, 2012||Louisville||Kentucky|
|Rob & Kara Knight Heglin, 2010 & 2008||Milwaukee||Wisconsin|
|Elizabeth Rose, 2008||Nashville||Tennessee|
|Nick D'Urso, 2011||New York Metro||New York|
|Scott Leighton, 2001||Omaha||Nebraska|
|Jessica Souto & Kristina Rosenburg, 2011 & 2013||Orlando||Florida|
|Justin Smith, 2014||Philadelphia||Pennsylvania|
|Andrew Taylor, 2011||Phoenix||Arizona|
|JaLissa, Coffee, 2009||Pittsburgh||Pennsylvania|
|Adeleke Oni, 2008||Raleigh / Durham||North Carolina|
|Dan Furey, 2000||San Diego||California|
|Nicole Bailey, 2016||San Francisco||California|
|Stephen Schwalbe, 1998||Sarasota/Bradenton||Florida|
|Kate Donahue, 2014||Seattle||Washington|
|Lara Schmitt Davenport, 1994||Southern||Virginia|
|Joe Nugent, 2000||Southwest||Florida|
|Tim Heitmann, 2011||St. Louis||Missouri|
|Zach Haitz, 2013||Tampa Bay||Florida|
|Chelsee Walters, 2011||Toledo||Ohio|
|Rachel Morgante, 2011||Washington||DC|
What is an affinity group? Well, it’s a group of people — in this case, Xavier alumni — who are connected because of another common interest. Maybe it’s their heritage, or maybe it’s because they like to participate in a certain activity. But it also goes deeper than that. These connected alumni have a purpose, a cause. They want to do something. They are a part of this specific group, but above all, they are Xavier alumni too, carrying on the University Mission.