Meet your Officers

Daryl Anderson

President

Class of 1996

In 1996, Daryl Anderson received his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. In 2006, he received his Master degree in Education from John Hopkins University. Since that time he has been employed with Baltimore City Public Schools, Baltimore County Public Schools and is currently working in Prince Georges County Public School as an Assistant Principal. He has served on the executive board for 2 terms as 1st Vice President prior to his new role as president of the Chapter.

 

Daryl is a native of Baltimore Maryland and a member of the active member of his community. Daryl loves his Alma Mater and is committed to helping the Baltimore Alumni Chapter along with the National Alumni Association to meet the goals of the chapter, the students, the university and the community as a whole. He is a true hawk that is dedicated to helping the Baltimore Chapter grow.

Tiffani Manns

1st Vice President

Class of 2006

Tiffani Manns received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2006. She than began to teach high school math for grades 9th-12th in the Baltimore County and Anne Arundel Public Schools. In 2010 she began a career with the federal government where she is currently employed.

She obtained her Master’s of Arts in Professional Studies : Education/Communication Management from Towson University, in May 2012. Tiffani is a committed and dedicated member of the Baltimore Alumni Chapter and she continues to serve the community. Click here to contact Tiffani.

Erinn N. Gross

2nd Vice President

Class of 2002

Erinn N. Gross received her Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in 2002. She also received her Master of Science degree in Human Services Administration with a concentration in Family Counseling from Coppin State University and University of Baltimore Collaborative Program.

Erinn is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She is also the Secretary for Tau Epsilon – Eta Chapter Human Services Honor Society at Coppin State University. Erinn has been employed with the State of Maryland in Community Supervision as a Probation Agent for 9 years.  She is dedicated to serving the community and helping others achieve their goals. Click here to contact Erinn.

Delphine Lee

Parliamentarian

Class of 1970

Delphine Lee received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education in 1970, a member of the last class to graduate from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) under the name of Maryland State College. She later received her Master of Science degree from Coppin State University in Education and Counseling. Delphine also received her Maryland State certification in administration and supervision from Loyola College.

She has been an active member of the Baltimore Alumni Chapter since the mid 1970s and has held the offices of Recording Secretary, Vice President and immediate past President. She is a retired high school principal for the Baltimore Public School System. She is a true Hawk, dedicating much of her time and resources to the university and to the Baltimore Chapter. Click here to contact Delphine.

Thomas Frasier

Chaplin

Class of 1969

Thomas Frasier received his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Arts in 1969 from UMES (Maryland State College). He continued his education, attending Pennsylvania State University and receiving a Master of Education degree. He has been an active member of the Baltimore Alumni Chapter since the early 1970s and has held the office of Vice President under two different administrations.

Thomas is a retired teacher in the Baltimore City Public School System, an active member of the VFW, and has actively participated in the Baltimore Teachers Union serving several years as Vice President. He is a true Hawk that is dedicated and committed to the university and to the Baltimore Alumni Chapter. Click here to contact Thomas.

Additional Officers:

Tyrone Wells - Sergeant at Arms

Gloria Holley - Historian