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The Point University Young Alumni Council exists to increase meaningful engagement opportunities, outreach, and communication to the rapidly expanding group of young alumni. The importance of accepting, encouraging, and developing the talents and resources of this growing demographic will be key to continued success in promoting Point University and connecting Point alumni with one another.

2017-2018 COUNCILMEMBERS

Kenyata Arnold

A native of Atlanta, Kenyata Arnold is a 2014 graduate of Point University who has a passion for Human Resources. She has over 16 years of experience and has worked from State Government to Private sector and also in Higher Education. Kenyata holds a Master’s degree in Human Resource Administration from and a Graduate Certification in Leadership.

Brandi Lorow

Brandi and her husband KC live in Sharpsburg, GA and have a son Kaleb. After graduating from Point with a degree in Business Administration, Brandi worked at Point in the Admissions department, at Target, and now works at Chick-fil-A headquarters in East Point.

Monroe Bell

Monroe Bell studied Biblical Studies and Preaching at Point University. He wanted to stay local after graduation to pursue his love for athletics and serve the University as Assistant Sports Information Director. He has a deep love for the local church and continues to serve bivocationally.

Elizabeth Noles

Elizabeth works in the accounting department at Adventures in Mission, an organization that sends missionaries to serve all over the world. She enjoys working in the nonprofit sector because of the value it brings to others. She received her Bachelors in Organizational Leadership from Point in 2016. She and her husband serve as worship pastors for The River Church, and live in the N.GA. Mountains with their 2 children.

Tory Wooley

Tory has been with the University since 2008. As a student I served as a CLM for 3 years and was team captain on the men’s basketball where he was an All-American. Upon graduation he was awarded the Hathcock Award. Currently, Tory serves as Point’s FCA campus leader and is in his 6th season as the women’s head basketball coach.

Jalen Gardner

Jalen Gardner is a Senior at Point University majoring in Humanities and Biblical Studies. He is currently involved in multiple on-campus organizations, serving as president for The Gathering and meeting audio/visual needs at school sanctioned events. After he graduates, Jalen plans on pursuing multiple graduate degrees in Intercultural Studies, and beginning to work with churches to assist with race relations.

AM I A YOUNG ALUM?

Young Alumni are defined as Point University or Atlanta Christian College graduates who have graduated from any Point program, platform and location within the last 10 calendar years. The council will be comprised of up to 25 individuals consisting of two representatives from each class from the past 10 years, two current students, two alumni (greater than 10 years), and the director of alumni relations.

WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS FOR COUNCIL MEMBERS?

  • Participants serve a maximum of 3 years.
  • Participants will attend 2 annual meetings at the main campus in West Point, GA at their own expense. One meeting in the fall, another in the spring. Fall meeting corresponds with homecoming.
  • Participants will be actively engaged in council

HOW CAN I APPLY OR NOMINATE SOMEONE?

Alumni may apply or be nominated for council positions. Applications must be submitted online and are due by July 31st for the 2017-2018 school year. Applications will be reviewed by committee and selections finalized by the start of the academic year. Selections will be communicated by email.

For more information about other ways to engage with Point University, please contact:

Point UniversityChris Beirne
Director of University Relations

Chris.Beirne@point.edu
706-385-1120

Submit application, resume attachment and/or questions to Chris Beirne by July 31st, 2018. Selected councilors will be named in the August Cross and Crown, 2018