New York City Young Alumni Chapter



    Alumni Relations        
    4400 Massachusetts Ave., NW
    Melissa Bevins
    Assistant Director,
    Alumni Relations

Any AU alumnus/a who graduated in the last 10 years and lives in the New York City area is welcome to join the New York City Young Alumni Chapter (NYCYAC). The New York City YAC sponsors social, cultural, and professional events to enrich the lives of young alumni in the New York City area.

We also have a Young Alumni Chapter in DC - click here to learn more!

Get Involved

There are a limited number of New York City Young Alumni Chapter board positions that are filled on a rolling basis as vacancies arise. Applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis throughout the year. For more information, or to apply, contact Melissa Bevins at 202-885-5933, and be sure to find us on Facebook.

Chapter Board Members

President: Sarah DeStefano, SPA/BA '09
Vice President: Fletcher Fernau, SIS/BA '09
Secretary: Alexis Zayfert, Kogod/BSBA '12
Social Media Manager: Marlene Stapinski, SIS/BA '09

At Large Board Members:
John Antokas, Kogod/BSBA '12
Ed Levandoski, SPA/BA '11
Alexandra Perrotta, SPA/BA '08
Brandee Schindler, SPA/BA '07
Ashley Rose Stumbaugh, Kogod/BSBA '12
David Teslicko, SIS/BA '09, WCL/JD '12

The New York City Young Alumni Chapter Board is currently accepting applications.  Apply today! 

Follow the NYC Young Alumni Chapter on Facebook 

Update Your Information

Not receiving information about alumni activities in your area? Update your contact information here or e-mail with your grad information, address, phone number, and e-mail address. You’ll be plugged into all activities in your area.

Upcoming Events

Friday, October 17, 2014

All-American Weekend
Hosted by the Office of Alumni Relations and New Student Programs, AU's All-American Weekend is a celebration of American University alumni, families, students, and friends.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

New York Salon with Vice President Tom Minar
Please join New York area alumni, parents, and friends for a salon-style evening of discussion and mingling with Dr. Thomas J. Minar, vice president of development and alumni relations.