After my graduation from the North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2000, I truly felt that I had become a member of the “Eagle Family”. While at NCCU, I had the opportunity to live the motto “Truth and Service”. My professional degree afforded me the opportunity to serve students in the juvenile court system, thus impacting and changing their lives. Sixteen years later, I reconnected with other North Carolina Central University Alumni by joining the Raleigh/Wake Chapter. The chapter programs are geared to help students achieve academic success, provide financial support to the University, and promote the University in the community.
It has been my pleasure to serve as President for the last two years. As we move forward, I solicit your support as we implement the 2019-2020 agenda.
In Truth and Service,
Clif Lavenhouse, President