Florida A&M University
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., the first Black intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity, has selected several Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) graduates to serve in leadership positions at the national level.
Attorney Daryl Parks, of the nationally acclaimed civil rights law firm Parks & Crump in Tallahassee, Florida, has been appointed general counsel for the fraternity. Parks was initiated into the Beta Nu Chapter at FAMU where he also served two terms as Student Government Association president.
David Jackson, Jr., Ph.D., will serve as associate historian for the fraternity. Jackson is the associate provost for Graduate Studies at FAMU, a distinguished professor of history, former chair of FAMU’s History Department and also a Beta Nu initiate.