God's Richest Blessings,

Ms.  Vanessa Williams ' 75'

Recording Secretary and  Public Relations Chair

Ms.  Jennifer Jackson-Winfrey '83'

Treasurer

Mr. Brian Smith

President

SAA

Letter from SAA's President

Mr.  Arnold Coleman ' 80'

Parliamentarian

SAA Executive Committee

As I embark upon my term of office as President of Simeon Alumni Association (SAA), I am excited and humbled by this responsibility.  Thank you for your vote of confidence, encouragement, and support.  My pledge to you will be that SAA will continue to enhance our efforts to serve the students of Simeon.  We welcome the opportunity to work more closely with Simeon administration and faculty, business and community leaders and our own alumnus.

I have fond memories of Simeon, back in the day when it was known as "the warehouse"----Although the building was not much to look at then, parents, administration, faculty and the community pulled together to aid Simeon students.  We need to reach back and give the students of today that same grounding connection.  Our students need to know who they are, whose they are (God's property) and their rich heritage.

Simeon is where it all started for many Simeon alumni -- dreams were launched, skills developed and friendships were formed.  Our roots are here -- our future is here... and our hope (Simeon youth) reside here.

It is my distinct privilege and honor to lead our association into the second decade of the millennium - won't you join SAA in "Helping Our Youth Reach The Pinnacle of Excellence!"

Ms.  Vernessa Barnes ' 78'

Vice President

​Rev. Milton Houston '86'

​Chaplain

As the saying goes, "No one can rescue us, but us!"  Can we count on you with this crucial need?  Please consider providing your time, talent or treasure to make a difference in the lives of Simeon students.  Our youth need you to light the path to their destiny.

Ms.  Sonia Doyle' 79'

Financial Secretary