The vibrant and diverse community that exists at Tuck today would not be possible without trailblazers like Herb Kemp T’66, the first African American to graduate from Tuck, and Pamela Scott T’75, the first African American woman to graduate from Tuck, who helped pave the way for future Tuck students and leaders. Through a collection of powerful stories of leadership, community, and lessons, Tuck and the Tuck Association of Diverse Alumni (TADA) celebrate Kemp, Scott, and the many voices who make the Tuck community the diverse, tight-knit, and famously supportive community it is today.
Tuck alumni are encouraged to register and attend the annual Diversity Conference at Tuck. As an alumni participant, you will have the opportunity to:
- Meet with Tuck senior leadership
- Mingle with fellow alumni
- Attend office hours with current students
- Participate in Small Group dinners with current students and prospective students
- Discuss diversity and inclusion with Tuck Faculty
- Participate in mini-learning on Current Business Research with Tuck Faculty
- Attend a Happy Hour event to network with other attending alumni
- Learn more about the Tuck Association of Diverse Alumni (TADA) and how you can get involved.