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The Student African American Brotherhood, SAAB, has over 168 chapters in the United States and abroad. It was founded in Americus, Georgia at Georgia Southern State University.

Gordon College in Barnesville, Georgia, has completed it second year of welcoming B2B to it campus. We are looking forward to this year with Brother2Brother mentorship, role modeling, and giving back to the community.

B2B

 

Brother2Brother Officers!

President- Derious Brown
V. President- LaRon Taylor
Secretary- Daniel Hicks

Public Relations Chair- Allen Moore
Public Relations Co-Chair- Camron Jackson

Service Chair- Sam Floyd
Service Co-Chair- LePaul Archer
Spiritual Chair- Micah Former
Spiritual Co-Chair- Carson Whatley

Academic Chair- Jamal Thompson
Academic Co-Chair- Cameron Lawler

Personal Development Chair- Tristan Thomas
Personal Development Co-Chair- Michael Brooks

Financial Affairs Chair- Thaddaeus Smith
Fianacial Affairs Co-Chair- Marquice Brown

 

In order to empower ourselves and promote brotherhood, We the brothers of the Student African American Brotherhood, embrace the principles of accountability, proactive leadership, self-discipline, and intellectual development. ¬†Through our beliefs and convictions, we uphold this mission at all times.”

Brother2Brother Schedule

 

  • Fall 2012 Semester will begin with Club Day, Monday August 20
  • An event (picnic) will be held Aug. 24 or 25 at the for current & potential members
  • Leadership Training every Wednesday at 2PM from Sept 5 - Oct 17
  • Leadership Training sessions concerns/business (roundtable discussions, campus/community involvement, team building, and advisement sessions) and leadership training
  • Election will be held to fill all open offices
Latest News
September 12, 2012

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Mentorship

Our programs are designed to help young men to become accountable, caring people and acquire skills for taking in the democratic process.

 

B2B Recognizes MLK Day