Post University Black Student Union Holds Its Second Annual Black Excellence Ball

February 25th Event’s Keynote Address to be Delivered by New York City Council Candidate Brian A. Cunningham
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WATERBURY, Conn. – The Post University Black Student Union (BSU) will sponsor the Second Annual Black Excellence Ball on Saturday, February 25, at 8 p.m. Commemorating the second anniversary of the newly revived Post University BSU, the event is being held at the Leever Student Center on the Post campus, 800 Country Club Rd., Waterbury.

Tickets are $45 per person and include food and non-alcoholic beverages, a fashion show, DJ and dancing, awards ceremony, and keynote address by New York City Council Candidate Brian A. Cunningham.

Tickets and information are available through Post University BSU President Akia Callum – akia.callum@students.post.edu / 347.600.3204.

Cunningham has spent his life working for, and serving, the people of Brooklyn. His service and work are intertwined, taking him from community events to official meetings where he ensures community interests are met and the voices of residents are heard. Cunningham’s 360-degree view of local issues is unique because his work crosses and impacts so many different aspects of the community. His career exemplifies the breadth of that experience, having worked with youth, in politics, and advocating for his community.

Cunningham served as Special Assistant to New York State Senator Kevin S. Parker and Chief of Staff for Councilmember Laurie Cumbo. In these roles he helped develop policies and legislation that created positive change for the region. In his most recent position with the New York City Council, Cunningham worked with small businesses ensuring they have access to the services necessary for development and growth.

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