Howard University

LTG(Ret) ANDREW P. CHAMBERS

LIEUTENANT GENERAL, U.S. ARMY, RETIRED

LTG (Ret) Chambers graduated from Howard University and Commission as an Infantry Officer in 1954. After 35 years of service LTG Chambers retired from the Army in 1989. He then held the position of Director of Industry Operations for the Association of the United States Army, later assumed the role of Director of Community Services for AmeriCorps and then served as Vice President of University of Maryland University College Europe, retiring in 2005.

LTG (Ret) Chambers passed away on June 3, 2017 (age 86) and was buried with full military honors at Arlington Nation Cemetery.

MG(Ret) GEORGE A. ALEXANDER

FORMER DEPUTY SURGEON GENERAL, OFFICE OF THE U.S. ARMY SURGEON GENERAL, HQS, DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY

MG (Ret) Alexander is an active alumni and strong supporter of the Howard University Army ROTC Program. He graduated from Howard University College of Medicine in 1977 and was commissioned in 1979.

COL CLAUDE A. BURNETT

CURRENTLY SERVING THE CHIEF OF THE DEPARTMENT OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY AND ACTING CHIEF OF THE DIVISION OF SURGERY AT LANDSTUHL REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER, LANDSTUHL, GERMANY

COL Burnett graduated from Howard University with a BS in Chemistry and received his commission in 1992. He went on to obtain his medical degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN.

COL DERRICK W. FLOWERS

CURRENTLY THE G-8/ASSISTANT DEPUTY CHIEF OF STAFF FOR RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, HEADQUARTERS, US ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND, FOR SAM HOUSTON, TX.

COL Flowers received his Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Accounting and commission as a Medical Services Corps officer from Howard University in 1990.

COL SENODJA F. SUNDIATA-WALKER

CURRENTLY SERVING AS THE CHIEF OF PROGRAM SUPPORT BRANCH, WASHINGTON D.C.

COL Sundiata-Walker graduated and received her commission from Howard University as a Military Intelligence Officer in 1995.