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Florida A&M University is a public, four-year, historically black university located in Tallahassee, Florida. It is one of eleven institutions in Florida's State University System. This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. Contents 1 Athletics 2 Education 3 Entertainment 3.1 Film, television, and performing arts 3.2 Music 4 Politics, judicial, and public service 5 Business and philanthropy 6 Other notable alumni 7 See also 8 Notes 9 References Athletics Name Class year Notability References Gene Atkins former NFL player Vince Coleman former MLB player Greg Coleman NFL punter Jamie Brown former NFL offensive tackle Andre Dawson former MLB player Hewritt Dixon former NFL player Glen Edwards former NFL player Willie Galimore former NFL player Althea Gibson tennis player Quinn Gray NFL quarterback Marquis Grissom MLB player Bob Hayes football player, Olympic gold medalist Earl Holmes former NFL player and current linebackers coach at FAMU Jerome James NBA player Clemons Johnson former NBA Player Roosevelt Kiser NFL Player Henry Lawrence former NFL player Terry Mickens former NFL wide receiver Hal McRae former MLB player and manager Dexter Nottage former NFL player Nate Newton former NFL offensive tackle Jamie Nails former NFL offensive tackle Daniel Parrish NFL Player Casey Printers CFL cornerback Ken Riley former NFL player Education Name Class year Notability References James H. Ammons Current President of Florida A&M University Castell V. Bryant Former Interim President of Florida A&M University Fred Gainous Former President of Florida A&M University Frederick S. Humphries Former President of Florida A&M University Entertainment Film, television, and performing arts Name Class year Notability References T'Keyah Crystal Keymah actress Pam Oliver sports anchor Anika Noni Rose Tony Award-winning actress Meshach Taylor 1993 actor [1] William Packer (director) film producer (Rainforest Productions) Rob Hardy film producer (Rainforest Productions) Gregory Anderson film producer (Rainforest Productions) Daniel Sunjata actor, Broadway actor Angela Pitts contestant on Flavor of Love 3 and winner of I Love Money 2. Motown Maurice Late Night Talk Show Host Music Name Class year Notability References Julian "Cannonball" Adderley jazz alto saxophonist Nat Adderley jazz cornetist Common attended rapper and entertainer Clayton Gavin member of hip-hop group Dead Prez Mutulu Olugabala member of hip-hop group Dead Prez Smitty attended rapper and producer Rico Love songwriter and rapper Tabi Bonney rapper Politics, judicial, and public service Name Class year Notability References Corrine Brown current U.S. Congresswoman Wilkie D. Ferguson 1960 former judge who served on the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, the Florida Third District Court of Appeal as well as the 11th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida Andrew Gillum current city commissioner in Tallahassee, Florida Kwame Kilpatrick former Mayor of Detroit, Michigan Lemuel Geathers first black Mayor of Winter Haven, Florida Alfred Lawson, Jr. current member of the Florida Senate Alcee L. Hastings current U.S. Congressman Mia L. Jones current member of the Florida House of Representatives Jesse J. McCrary, Jr. lawyer and civil rights activist, former Secretary of State of Florida, becoming the first black member of the Florida Cabinet since Reconstruction Kendrick Meek current U.S. Congressman Carrie P. Meek former U.S. Congresswoman Gwendolyn M. Miller Chairwoman of the City Council in Tampa, Florida, District 1 [2] Alzo J. Reddick former member of the Florida House of Representatives David Scott current U.S. Congressman John W. Williams current Inspector General of the South Florida Water Management District Business and philanthropy Name Class year Notability References Arthur R. Collins 1982 President and Chief Executive Officer of Public Private Partnership, Inc., an independent strategic planning and political consulting firm and is a member of the Board of Trustees of Florida A&M University Raymond A. Brown attorney whose clients included Black Liberation Army member Assata Shakur, boxer Rubin "Hurricane" Carter and "Dr. X" physician Mario Jascalevich [3] John W. Thompson Chairman and former President and CEO, Symantec Corporation; former VP IBM; part owner Golden State Warriors Roy Wood, Jr. comedian and disc jockey Other notable alumni Name Class year Notability References Kimberlee D. Borland Miss Black Universe (2006-2007) Andre Harper conservative political analyst and author [4] Bernard Kinsey Owner of one of the largest African-American art collections See also Florida A&M University alumni Notes The official list of the alumni of the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. [5] References ^ "Meschach Taylor". allamericanspeakers.com. http://www.allamericanspeakers.com/celebritytalentbios/Meshach-Taylor. Retrieved 2011-1-24.  ^ "Gwen Miller City of Tampa City Council". allamericanspeakers.com. http://www.tampagov.net/dept_City_Council/about_us/Gwen_Miller.asp. Retrieved January 24, 2011.  ^ Berger, Joseph. "Raymond A. Brown, Civil Rights Lawyer, Dies at 94", The New York Times, October 11, 2009. Accessed October 12, 2009. ^ "Andre Harper - Hip-Hop Converative, Author, Speaker". andreharper.com. http://www.andreharper.com. Retrieved 2011-2-27.  ^ Facts About FAMU Alumni