Network of African American Males at Princeton

NAAMA is a group of African American males at Princeton geared toward networking, retention and support of African American males at Princeton University.

Our Mission

To develop a network of identified senior-level administrative African American males with a collective purpose of:
  • Networking to encourage members to meet periodically to share experiences and thoughts by celebrating cultural events that are of interest to members.
  • Retention to create a welcoming environment for new and existing employees as well as providing a social outlet and an informal education for its members.
  • Support to provide opportunities for its members to become more informed regarding the issues they may encounter in higher education.


Harris Otubu, Office of Information Technology

Vice President
Momo Wolapaye, Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students

Executive Board Members
David Campbell, Counseling and Psychological Services, University Health Services
David Hopkins, Broadcast Center, McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning
Dorian Johnson, Housing and Real Estate Services

Each committee member will be elected to serve a non-repeating term of two years, while the president is elected to serve a one-year non-repeating term.