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Damarcus Alexander


Damarcus Alexander is a Global Trade Control Specialist for The Boeing Company in Oklahoma City. A native of Baton Rouge, Damarcus graduated from Southern University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and concentration in Supply Chain Management.

While in college, Damarcus was in the Honors College and held many leadership positions, including Black Executive Exchange Program President, Mr. Phi Beta Lambda, Mr. College of Business, founder of the Society of Supply Chain Professionals, and Career Services Student Ambassador. In these roles, he helped students attain $60,000 in scholarships and 50 job offers. However, his proudest moments were adopting the Battered Women’s Shelter and starting the annual #PinkWithAPurpose Breast Cancer Awareness fundraiser.

Before graduating, Damarcus studied abroad in China and completed internships with Johnson and Johnson, Boeing, Sable International, and The National Urban League.

When not working, Damarcus serves the community as vice president of the board for the Regional AIDS Intercommunity Network of Oklahoma and Boeing’s representative to the Oklahoma City Urban League.

For his service, Damarcus has been featured in the National Urban League’s Centennial Annual Report, received the Boeing Global Diversity Champion Award, and been named Volunteer of the Year by the Oklahoma City Urban League. For 2019-2020, Damarcus has been named a member of the National Urban League Emerging Leaders Program and an Oklahoma Next Generation under 30 Award winner.

Damarcus bleeds blue and gold. He is Boeing’s deputy focal to Southern University, Communications Chair of the College of Business Advisory Council, and an active member of the SU Alumni Federation.