Welcome to the ND Boston Diversity Alumni Community


Welcome to the Notre Dame Club of Greater Boston's Diversity Program page.  Here in Boston, as at the University, we are committed to engaging and supporting all members of our community.  We believe that the inclusion of different types of people makes as stronger as a club.  These can be along the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies.

Notre Dame has a very active network of alumni affinity groups serving the diversity community.  Here are several resources to find out more about each.  (Note, the Facebook groups are  "closed" and require approval to join after requesting access)

To fulfill this mission, we will be offering programs and events that are reflective of varying interests as well as integrating diversity themes into programming sponsored by each of the "6 C's".  The club especially wants to recognize various "heritage" celebrations throughout the year in Boston such as Black History Month in February, Gay Pride in June and National Hispanic Heritage Month starting September 15th. 

If interested in helping out, or have an idea for an event, please contact any member of committee:

ND Boston Diversity Committee

  • Jack Bergen - Committee Chair
  • Mike Joyce
  • Lauren Mack  
  • Katie Courtney
  • Didi Garcia-Banigan 
  • Hazel Navarro
  • Augie Grace (Consultant)




Tuesday, May 23, 2017

ND Club of Boston Celebrates Asian Pacific American Month
As part of ND Boston’s Diversity program, the club will be featuring stories and material about the heritage of our various alumni communities. During May, we want to recognize and celebrate Asian Pacific American Month. To help us learn about this, Didi Garcia-Banigan, ND’94 and Diversity Alumni committee member, has shared this blog about her Filipino culture.

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Pride Lights

Boston LGBT Pride Celebration 

Tuesday June 6, 2017 ~ 7:00pm ~ The BCA

Boston has a long history of being a leader in the LGBT community.  Join other alums & friends for the very fun "Pride Lights" ceremony outside the Boston Center for the Arts in the heart of the South End.  Following the lighting ceremony, we will visit a local bar for drinks and learn more about Gay Pride history.  Everyone is welcome to attend.