No matter how far you are from campus—whether you are separated by mountains or oceans—you can maintain ties with Emory. Alumni living outside of the United States can stay informed via the University and EAA websites. When events are planned for a region, the EAA notifies alumni, parents, and friends via email. With this in mind, please take a moment to update your contact information.
International chapters support the mission of the Emory Alumni Association by strengthening relationships among local alumni, parents, and friends; by providing lifelong learning and leadership opportunities; and by facilitating regional participation in the life of the University.
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A list of current international chapters is below. For alumni interested in establishing an Emory Alumni Association chapter in other regions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Argentina: Alejandro Gutierrez 06B
Austria: Michael Preclik 03B
Brazil (#emorybrazil): Marcio Mendes 98B
China (Beijing): Jin Wang 00G
China (Chengdu): Gabriel Luis 07Ox 09C
China (Shanghai): Eric Schaffer 09C
China (Shenzen): Rose (Yuewen) Chen 13B
France (#emoryparis): Cyril Israel 10B
Germany (Berlin): Thomas Elbel 96L
Germany (Frankfurt am Main): David Opp 11C
Greece: Nicholas Pisaris 61C
Hong Kong (#emoryhk): Gavin Porter 06G
India (Delhi): Chiradeep Bhattacharya 03B
India (Mumbai): Karan Kothari 10B
Japan: Koichi Sugiyama 92B
Singapore: Leisha Chi 08C
Spain: Michael Di Santo 84C
South Africa: Andrew Fleming 05Ox 07C
Southeastern Europe: Dario Kirola 11B
South Korea (#emorykorea): Namsoo Im 03C
Switzerland: Jennifer D’Angelo Swain 06L
Turkey: Hayal Koc 03C
United Arab Emirates: Sajida Shroff 04B
United Kingdom: Matthew Williams 05B
Volunteer leaders are a crucial link between Emory and its alumni. In each international chapter, alumni, parents, and friends share ideas, plan activities, and nurture their Emory connection. Chapters are completely volunteer-driven, with consistent support and management from the EAA staff who provide leaders with the necessary tools to govern the chapter, organize programs, and promote the goals and mission of the University. This model allows the EAA to develop strong regional leadership and presence for the University. Chapter involvement is a manageable commitment of time and energy.