PROUD TO BE PART OF THE HERD!
How great it is to be a Son or Daughter of Marshall!
Did you know that by graduating from Marshall University, you are automatically considered a “member” of the Marshall University Alumni Association and our local alumni chapter?
There are many alumni and friends living in the area and we strive to keep the Herd passion alive here. Please update your contact information to ensure we have your current contact information.
We hope to see you soon to network, share college stories, and stay connected with your alma mater!
Join the Nashville chapter’s Facebook group here.
Move to the Nashville area recently and want to ensure that you receive chapter-related updates about events? Update your contact information with us!
Levi Jerome graduated from Marshall in 2010 with a BA in Sports Management & Marketing. After graduation, Levi moved to Kansas City to work in merchandise for the city’s MLS team, Sporting Kansas City. Levi was later recruited to run the merchandise department at Arrowhead Stadium for the Kansas City Chiefs, and now serves as the Retail Operations Manager at Bridgestone Arena for the Nashville Predators. In his free time, Levi’s hobbies include playing tennis, reading, and hiking (he spends a week every year backpacking on the Appalachian Trail!)
Jim Reynolds was raised in Huntington graduated from Marshall in 1998 with a BBA in Marketing, the first in his family to ever graduate from college! Jim is retired from the WV Air National Guard (1991-2011). After retiring from the Air National Guard, Jim was recruited by Pelican Products and relocated to Nashville.
Aaron Ryan graduated from Marshall in 2010 with a BA in Political Science, and again in 2012 with an MA in Political Science/Public Administration. While at Marshall, Aaron was a member of the Marching Thunder, and also served as Marco during the 2010-2011 football season! Aaron attended Tulane Law School, and moved to Nashville in 2016 after a brief stint as a public defender in Charleston, WV. Aaron now practices here in Nashville, and when he’s not in the courtroom, he’s probably at a concert or a Predators game.