Kym Golden Gore

Kym Golden Gore is completing her year as president after leading the original and historic alumnae association through a particularly significant period in the organization’s 120-year existence. Read More

Anghaarad Teague

Anghaarad Teague is beginning her year as president of the original and historic alumnae association as it continues to takes on unprecedented challenges – and a new name! Read More


Mississippi's First Alumnae Association
Welcomes All Alums to Homecoming 2009

Officers Elected by Electronic Balloting

Mississippi's First Alumnae Association’s 2009-10 Board of Directors and Executive Officers have been announced, following groundbreaking changes in the association’s voting procedures. The new procedures allowed for electronic or paper ballots, making the association’s elections more accessible for MUW alumni who want to
Mississippi's First Alumnae Association Plans Work & Play for Homecoming! Read More
participate in the process of choosing leaders of MFAA. These changes are just one of many successful efforts toward greater diversity, communication, and transparency in the original and historic association. Read More

Mississippi's First Alumnae Association Going Strong Since 1889

When you want to know what's really going on, long-time active Alumnae Association member Jimmie Meese Moomaw (Class of 1958) is sure to tell you what's what in her distinctive no-nonsense way. This issue, she addresses some of those questions you've been wanting to ask about the "new" historic alumnae association… Read More
You Should See
On Board with Deborah Stockman Hodges '90
Metro Atlanta Lunch Bunch
Luncheon with Books in West Point
Upcoming Events
Spring Homecoming April 17-19, 2009
125th Anniversary Gala at Lee Home - You’re Invited!
Summer Board Meeting - Gulf Shores, AL, July 9-11
Mississippi's First Alumnae Association, the original and historic alumnae organization, is not affiliated with Mississippi University for Women. The views expressed by this organization and its members do not represent the views of the University or its employees.
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