Danielle E. Harvey ’00, ML ’19
Associate Vice President for Alumni Relations and
Interim Executive Director of USC Black Alumni Association
Danielle Harvey is the assistant vice president for alumni relations at the University of Southern California and interim executive director of the Black Alumni Association. As a senior manager of the USC Alumni Association, she leads a diverse team of professionals responsible for engaging all alumni lifelong and worldwide through a vast array of programs, services and events. Her portfolio includes the award-winning USC Women’s Conference, Reunion Weekend and Alumni Leadership Conference, and she provides leadership to the LGBT Alumni Association, regional engagement programs, industry and affinity networks, and generational groups.
With more than 18 years of experience in alumni relations and development, Danielle has a proven record of accomplishment in program development, board and volunteer management, organizational leadership, strategic planning, relationship building and fundraising. Her passions include teaching, mentoring and empowering women and children in addition to writing and other creative outlets.
She earned a bachelor’s degree in education from the USC Rossier School of Education and an executive master’s degree in leadership from the USC Price School of Public Policy.
Faithe Clary is an alumni relations professional, education advocate and self-care enthusiast. She brings more than 15 years of experience in higher education and innovative marketing to the USC Black Alumni Association (BAA).
She joined BAA from the USC Alumni Association (USCAA), where she served as the manager of regional and engagement programs; in this position, Clary helped lead many of the USCAA’s signature outreach programs, including the Alumni Day of SCervice.
Prior to joining USC, Faithe worked as an admissions outreach representative and admissions evaluator for the University of California, Santa Cruz and San Diego State University, respectively.
Faithe earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration, with concentrations in marketing and management, from Bethune-Cookman University. She later earned her master’s in education, with a concentration in multicultural counseling, from San Diego State University. Clary regularly gives back to both of her alma maters by volunteering for college fairs and evaluating the applications of prospective students.
Ronald “Ron” Autry is the newest member of the BAA team. He has a wealth of experience in event planning, higher education policy and procedures, and strong community bonds.
Prior to joining BAA, he served as the assistant to the directors in UCLA’s undergraduate admission office. During this time, he was appointed a sub-committee co-chair of the UCLA Afrikan Diaspora Admission Advocacy Committee (ADAAC). ADAAC serves students and families who identify as members of the Afrikan Diaspora by fostering a culture of diversity and inclusion, with the goal of increasing accessibility to higher education for members of the Afrikan Diaspora.
Ron earned his bachelor’s degree in liberal arts, with a concentration in global and American studies, from Marymount California University.