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Aliyah D. Rolack
Founder
NAAAHR Collegiate Network


 

Aliyah D. Rolack is a driven, passionate people-developer consistently seeking enriching and challenging opportunities for high positive impact and growth.  Miss Rolack graduated with honors from Howard University with a degree in International Business Management and is currently an HR Analyst with AIG in New York. Aliyah reflects fondly on her time at Howard University. She describes it as being fulfilling and rewarding, having held several leadership and service positions while attending. She also had the opportunity travel the world; serving and studying in Mexico, China, and South Africa. She furthered her professional experience through internships with organizations such as The National Urban League, Moody's Corporation, Every Child Matters, and finally, her current company, AIG.  

Aliyah is most proud of her advocacy for Diversity and Inclusion and has made this work take center stage in her life. Miss Rolack is a member of the National Association of African-Americans in Human Resources and has served on the National Board for two years. She is also a founder and former Vice Chair of the Gamma Iota Sigma "Gamma SAID: Solutions for Authenticity, Inclusion & Diversity" Council. While attending Howard, Aliyah created LIMITLESS Student Resource Group for students with disorders and disabilities in an effort to remove the stigma around disabilities in communities of color and connect students with resources. In continuing this work, Aliyah currently serves on the Junior Board for INCLUDEnyc, an organization dedicated to providing love, access, and equity for young people with disabilities throughout New York City. She is also an active supporter of the Gia Allemand Foundation which "believes in the fundamental right for women, trans-men, and non-binary individuals assigned female at birth to receive accurate diagnosis, effective treatment, and social support for reproductive mental health and illness."

Ultimately, Miss Rolack aspires to impact Equal Opportunity and Labor Policy. She aims to empower people from all backgrounds to relentlessly pursue their passions by building bridges to opportunity. Aliyah currently resides in Long Island, NY with her fianc√© and their pug, Stella.  Miss Rolack seeks inspiration through this quote by Alice Walker: "The most common way people give up their power is by thinking that they don't have any."

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