Latinx Alumni of William & Mary (Latinx)

The W&M Latinx alumni group consists of alumni who self-identify as Latino, Latina, Latinx, Hispanic or Chicano who are working to create community at William & Mary. Latinx Alumni work closely with the Latin American Studies Program faculty, the Cuba Media Initiative, UndocuTribe, the Latin-American Student Union, the Hispanic Studies faculty and other Latin-American focused campus constituencies to actively engage with William & Mary.

A team of volunteer leaders from Latinx Alumni and other alumni groups convenes throughout the year for Leadership Circles — focused, action-oriented discussions on how to better serve alumni in these communities and encourage engagement, leadership and philanthropy.

Asian Centennial Celebration Events
Asian Centennial Celebration Events

William & Mary will celebrate the Asian Centennial commemorating the admission of Chen Pu-Kao '23, the first student from Asia, and celebrate the contribution of the preceding generations of students of Asian, Pacific Islander and Middle Eastern descent during the 2021 - 2022 academic year. This auspicious milestone allows us to reflect on the onset of inclusion amidst the overwhelming exclusion of African Americans from matriculating in the university.

A list of fall 2021 events

More information on the Centennial

Engage Online
Engage Online

Looking to connect with fellow alumni on social media? Be sure to like and follow the LatinX Alumni page on Facebook! You will receive updates about upcoming events and have an opportunity to make connections with alumni near and far.


Would you like to raise your hand to provide career advice to current students, serve on panels with fellow alumni or participate in various William & Mary events throughout the year? If so, email us to raise your hand for activities that are of interest to you!

Get Involved with Professional Networks

Does your company or organization have opportunities that would be perfect for William & Mary alumni? Are you willing to give career advice or are you embarking on a new career journey? If so, use William & Mary Alumni Professional Networks to connect with the One Tribe One Network community!

Alumni Admission Resources

William & Mary has a growing network of alumni volunteers who remember their W&M undergraduate experiences fondly and want to help with the college admission process for prospective William & Mary students. Whether you were a first-generation student or a member of a legacy family, we hope you will join us! Have a high-school student of your own? Check out the resources offered by the W&M Alumni Association to help with the college admission process.

On-Demand Webinars

Immigrant Identities in Latinx Culture
Originally aired October 13, 2021
In recognition of Latinx Heritage Month 2021, which recognizes the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American champions who have inspired others, please join William & Mary alumni in a conversation about immigration through the lens of personal narratives and academic research. Within United States culture, the social construction of identities often determines the positive and negative experiences that people will have. Alumni panelists Dimelza Gonzales-Flores ’12, M.A.Ed. ’13 and Luis Navas ’82 shared their immigrant experiences alongside sociology professor Monika Gosin whose research specializes in immigrant incorporation into U.S. society. Alexandra Flores, a William & Mary instructor and research librarian, guided the panelists and the audience through a conversation about the construction, rejection and reclamation of immigrant identities.

Upcoming Events

Stay connected and in the know about upcoming events.

Giving Opportunities:

For more information:

  •  Ivana Marshall ,  Assistant Director, Alumni Engagement and Inclusion Initiatives
  •  (757) 221-7514