Annie K. Webb – Recording Secretary

Annie K. Webb, a native of Grenada, Mississippi, is a 1985 graduate of Jackson State University. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education. She has also been awarded a degree of Master of Education from University of Memphis and a degree of Education Specialist from Union University.
While at Jackson State University, Annie pledged Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority and served as President of the Panhellanic Council. She also met her husband, the late Odis Lee Webb, who is also a 1984 graduate of Jackson State University. Annie is currently a school administrator with Memphis City Schools and resides in Olive Branch, MS with her two sons.
Annie is eternally grateful for the education she received from Jackson State University. She continued a family legacy of being educated by the finest institution of higher education in the nation. She gladly serves her alma mater as an officer in the Memphis Alumni Chapter. Annie sincerely sings in her heart “Thee I love, my dear old college home, Thee I love, wherever I may roam…”.

Denise Williams Greene

Denise Williams Greene

A proud product of The Orange Mound Community in Memphis, TN, Denise Williams Greene graduated with honors from Melrose High School where she served as captain of the Golden Wildcat Cheerleaders and voted “Most Popular” by her senior class. In 1987 Denise Graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology from Jackson State University. She was a member of the JSU Dance Ensemble and served as Vice President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., Delta Pi Chapter. She continued her higher education at The University of Tennessee, Memphis and graduated in 1990 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. After graduation, she served on The University of Tennessee’s Alumni Board of Directors. Denise serves on The University of Tennessee’s Physical Therapy Admissions Committee and The Physical Therapy Minority Council. Denise volunteers as the Physical Therapist for The Melrose High School Athletic Program. She is the Vice President of The Melrose High School Alumni Association, Memphis Chapter. Denise is a member of Brown Missionary Baptist Church and is the Special Projects Coordinator for the Media Ministry as well as a member of The Mass Choir. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. , Memphis Alumnae Chapter. Denise and her husband have two teenage sons.

Roshanda Pittman-DeBoise – Financial Secretary

Originally from Summit, Mississippi, Roshanda Pittman DeBoise graduated from Jackson State University in the spring of 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. While at JSU, she was a member of Tiger P.R.I.D.E Connection and served as president of the Accounting Society. Roshanda moved to Memphis and began working for the Internal Revenue Service as a revenue agent after graduation. She obtained her Master’s of Taxation from the University of Memphis in the fall of 2007.Roshanda married Deon DeBoise (c/o ’04) in 2009. They have one son, Anfernee.

Leroy Smith – Treasurer

Leroy Smith, a servant for the Lord; and a loving husband to Florida Wade Smith for 37 years.
He has no biological children; however he claims all children. He has been employed with The Commercial Appeal for 37 years, and is presently field sales manager.

Leroy is a former transfer student from UAPB and a very proud 1973 BS graduate of JSU, as well as a former football team member. In honor of our ancestors, he encourages us to keep plowing. LOVE JSU and God Bless!!!

Angelia Webster – Vice-President

Angelia is a Greenville, MS, native. She is a graduate of Jackson State University, with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology (1996) and a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling & Services(1998). She is currently the CEO for QualityCare Behavior Services, LLC. Angelia serves on the boards for NCBW 100, Macon Hall Elementary, and Volunteers as a Troop leader for Girl Scouts of America. She is married to Rick and the mother of two daughters, Rayna and Rayvn. Angelia has resided in Memphis since 1998. She enjoys attending JSU sporting events, reading, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Her overall mission is to empower individuals with disabilities to become successful and productive members of the society by continuing to be a positive role model, and by providing effective strategies and interventions that will build a solid foundation over time.

Frank Patterson – President

Frank is a native Memphian and a 1990 Honors graduate of Whitehaven High School. He received his
Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Accounting from Jackson State University in 1994 and
Master of Business Administration Degree from the University of Memphis in 1997. He has worked
at Helena Chemical Company for 19 years in various staff and managerial positions. He is currently
the Manager, Accounting Operations and Assets and serves as the Controller for one of Helena’s
subsidiaries. He is a Certified Public Accountant.

Frank is also a member of Brown Missionary Baptist Church in Southaven, MS and has 2 daughters,
Jessica and Kamryn Patterson.

Other notable accomplishments and affiliations include:

Jackson State University National Alumni Association, Southeast Region Board Member (2010-2011)

Leadership Memphis, Class of 2009

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants

Jackson State University National Alumni Association

Treasurer, Alpha Memphis Education Foundation, Inc. (2008 – present)

Vice-Chairman, Alpha Memphis Education Foundation, Inc. (2007 – 2008)

2006 Marubeni Corporate Support Person of the Year, Helena Chemical

President, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Memphis Alumni Chapter 2002- 2004)

Vice-President, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Memphis Alumni Chapter 1998-2002)