American Indian Council

African American Heritage Initiative (AAHi)

AAHi Mission

Provide an opportunity for African American/Black students to explore their African American identity toward an authentic understanding while engaging the student in a journey of self-discovery. Through DNA technology AAHi will allow students to explore their cultural roots establishing connections and a sense of belonging.

2021 AAHi Meetings
  • When: 
    • Mondays 
  • Where:
    • Student Services Center 167
  • Time:
    • 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

 

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Contact

African American Heritage Initiative kdjohnson@weber.edu

 

2021 AAHi Leadership

 

Tashina BarberKenneth D. Johnson - AAHi Advisor

kdjohnson@weber.edu

Kenneth D. Johnson, Multicultural Retention Counselor with African American Focus (Center of Multicultural Excellence) at Weber State provides an opportunity for all Multicultural students to explore their cultural roots establishing connections and a sense of belonging while being challenged to achieve academically. 

Developing strong relationships is the foundation of everything he does professionally and personally.  He also loves sports, movies, and activities with his beautiful wife and family. Previously, he was the Director of Moore Career College, as the director he provided oversight and direction for the entire college.

He received his bachelor's degree from Ashford University and is currently pursuing his Masters in Higher Education Administration at Weber State University.

 

2021 AAHi Events

November:

Town Hall - 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm - November 20th (African Diaspora and Hispanic Senator)

 

 

 

 

      

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