Haleigh Hoskins, C'2018

2020 Founders Day Spirit Award Recipient

Haleigh Hoskins currently serves as Corresponding Secretary for the Chicago Chapter of the National Alumnae Association of Spelman College (NAASC) and the Assistant Corresponding Secretary for the National Board. In her current roles, Haleigh manages the local and national social media accounts, creates graphics, and helps incentivize membership. Since taking on the local and national leadership positions, she has brought a new and exciting strategy to NAASC’s digital footprint by following data analytics and researching engagement practices. Some of Haleigh’s work includes the Women’s HERstory Month Campaign and the Monthly Motivations.


Professionally, Haleigh works as Staff Assistant and Events Coordinator in the City of Chicago’s Office of Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot. Her professional portfolio ranges from Racial Equity to Community Engagement work. Much of Haleigh’s day-to-day consists of working with the Mayor’s Steering Committee for Racial Equity Rapid Response team efforts, key stakeholder outreach, and execution of large citywide events including Black History Month, COVID-19 Vaccine Town Halls, and Faith-based strategy and implementation. In 2018, she graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Spelman College and received a Master of Arts in Public Policy and Administration from Northwestern University in 2020.


Originally a Peoria, IL native, Haleigh is very thankful for the support system and family she has gained from her time with the Chicago Chapter of NAASC. Haleigh aspires to continue her work with NAASC as well as contribute to Chicago’s goal of becoming a more equitable city.