Young Alumni

Young Alumni Reunion 2015

Young alumni—those who have graduated in the past 10 years—are an important part of the ever-growing Northeastern family, and the Office of Alumni Relations is here to support them.


From an afternoon beer class to learning how to purchase a new house, young alumni enjoy some ridiculously fun events. Don’t miss out on being entertained in the company of fellow alumni.

Upcoming Events

Young Alumni Night at Fenway
Friday, May 20, 6 p.m., Fenway Park

Enjoy the sunset over the Boston skyline from the Cumberland Farms roof deck at Fenway, while cheering on the Boston Red Sox as they take on the Cleveland Indians. Young Alumni Night at Fenway is a chance for recent graduates to connect with former classmates and celebrate with old friends. This event is SOLD OUT.

You're a Grownup - Don't Panic
Tuesday, June 7, 6:30 p.m., Alumni Center

Financial planning ensures being able to live life on your own terms. Gather with fellow young alumni and the Society of Grownups for an engaging discussion about how to deal with adult responsibility without losing your soul or sense of adventure. Register here.

Young Alumni Board

Members of the Northeastern University Young Alumni Board (YAB) serve as ambassadors of the university through their leadership and by being chief executive connectors (CEC) at alumni events. YAB fosters a life of fulfillment and accomplishment by providing insight and creating opportunities that enrich the personal and professional lives of recent graduates.

Current YAB

Elizabeth Barno, SSH’13
Binja Basimike, BHS’12
Matt Bilotti, DMSB’15
Selecca Bulgar-Medina, SSH’07
Andrew Cameron, SSH’15
Fernando Chan, SSH’12
Elisabeth Cheris, CPS’14
Dimitri Clarke, SSH’14
Kris Dabrowiecki, DMSB’09, Vice Chair
Michelle DuBow, S’13
Keith Dunn, BHS’08
Alex Faust, SSH’12
Michael Green, S’13
Matt Haffenreffer, E’12
Carol Lee, CIS’09
Lauren Murphy (Hass), DMSB’09, Chair
Carolina Prieto, AMD’12
Greg Skloot, DMSB’12
Brian Vinikoor, AMD’09
Kelly Wallace, SSH’14


Klevis Xharda

Klevis Xharda, SSH’14
As a junior, Klevis was one of just around 100 chosen from among more than 6,000 applicants for a White House internship, working with the First Lady in the Office of the Social Secretary. His success in that position – and the favorable impression he made among members of the Obama administration - led to his landing a full-time position in the office. He recently returned from a two-week trip to Israel with Vice President Joe Biden

Full Profile

Point of Contact

Brittani McClendon

Brittani McClendon
Associate Director of Young Alumni and Student Engagement