Tony Washington of Charlotte named to Alumni Association Board

The Clemson Alumni Association has named Tony Washington of Charlotte, NC to its board of directors. Tony Washington HeadshotHis term began July 1.

Washington earned a Bachelor of Science in Financial Management in 2001 and a Master of Human Resource Development in 2005, both from Clemson University. He currently serves as Vice President of Human Resources at Honeywell International in Charlotte, NC. Washington is also currently a Doctor of Education (Ed.D) Human and Organizational Learning Candidate at George Washington University.

Washington is Six-Sigma Greenbelt certified and Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certified. He is the founder of Donor Courage, a SC registered and IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit aimed at providing awareness regarding kidney disease, living donorship and financial support to kidney transplant recipients and living donors in SC. Washington is a member of the Academy of Human Resource Development, Golden Key, Omicron Delta Kappa, Order of Omega and a life member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

As a student at Clemson, Washington was a letterman on the Clemson University Men’s Track and Field team, a graduate assistant with the Office of Greek Life and with the Athletic Department at Vickery Hall.

Since graduation, Washington has served Clemson as the interim president of the Clemson Black Alumni Council, leader for the GE-Clemson Campus Recruiting Team and a Block C member.

The alumni board has 22 members and is the governing body for the Clemson Alumni Association. Primary responsibilities of the board include general oversight of the programs and initiatives of the association, financial audit and review, the establishment of governing policies and strategic planning.

The Clemson Alumni Association is an open-membership, nonprofit organization. Since its inception in 1896, the program has connected members of the Clemson family, inspiring pride, celebrating achievement, providing service and strengthening relationships. Learn more at