African American Leadership Greenville (AALG)

Focus Area: High School Graduation
331 Members


Since it began in 1999, African American Leadership Greenville (AALG) has grown from a group of 39 to more than 400 members contributing nearly $425,000 annually to this community. AALG serves to unite African American leaders in Greenville County under a banner of philanthropy, volunteerism and community change.

AALG members participate in a range of service opportunities, from mentoring teens in area schools to participating in United Way Hands On Greenville Day. Year-round networking and social events provide a great opportunity to connect with other community leaders, both personally and professionally.



Summer SoireeThis signature event encourages membership to come together to celebrate the summer and allows for potential new members to learn about AALG and United Way.

Fall Celebration: This event brings membership together to celebrate the year and ring in the annual campaign.


AALG Scholarship

Since its inception, AALG's focus has been high school graduation. We are pleased to now be able to further our work and assist students with the next vital step through our AALG scholarships. Want to support the scholarship fund? Click here to make your gift.



Amber Drumming, Chair

Hubbell Lighting and New York Life

Alfred Mitchell, Co-Chair
Michelin North America



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