The Washington Fisk Alumni Association (WFAA)
The Washington Fisk Alumni Association (WFAA) invites you to explore the Nation's Capitol with us. Connect with Fiskites in the DC metropolitan area. Find out about events and scholarship opportunities.
All meetings are held at 4 p.m. on the first Sunday of each month (except holiday Sundays, Super Bowl, and the months of May/Commencement, July, and August).
Contact us for meeting information and to be added to our email list.
WFAA President Sam Williams, Sheree McManus, and Deborah Curry to be on the Lyndia Grant Show
On November 22, 2019 at 6 p.m., hear the live interview with WFAA President Sam Williams, Sheree McManus and Deborah Curry on the Lyndia Grant Show. Hear all about opportunities at Fisk University, including admissions, financial aid, and scholarship information.
2019 Fall WFAA Newsletter
The WFAA Newsletter is the alumni association newsletter. It includes the latest news, interesting facts and upcoming events for Fiskites in the DC metropolitan area.
Regarding Mr. Lynwood Berry's Position at Fisk
Missed Jubilee at Arena Stage? You can still make a donation to our fundraiser to celebrate Fisk.
If you missed Jubilee at Arena Stage and would still like to make a donation, you can now donate online by clicking
the donate button found to the right
or using the QR code.
Also, see our photos.
Cast Discusses 'Jubilee' World Premiere
Watch 'Jubilee' cast members Simone Paulwell and Aundi Marie Moore perform an a cappella medley on Good Day DC.
We are always looking for new ideas and topics for the newsletter. If you have an idea, want to submit an article, or request an issue, contact us.
Fisk Talented Tenth Scholarship
Apply for the $5,000 Fisk Talented Tenth Scholarship!
This scholarship is designated for a new student (freshman or transfer) enrolling at Fisk University from Washington, DC, Maryland, VA or North Carolina.
For more information on how to apply, contact Janine Smith.
They Introduced the World to Songs of Slavery.
It Almost Broke Them.
The Jubilee Singers were a global sensation. But an aggressive touring schedule would leave the young performers exhausted, underpaid, and in some cases, dead. [Read more]
What Everyone Should Know About Fisk
Founded in 1866, Fisk University is the oldest institution of higher education in Nashville, Tennessee. Fisk received a charter for the first chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa Society on a predominantly black campus in 1953. Fisk’s outstanding faculty and students continue to enhance the University’s national reputation for academic excellence that is validated year after year by the leading third party reviewers, as well as by the pool of talented applicants and the large percentage of alumni who complete graduate or professional degrees and become leaders and scholars in their fields.