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Myrna Adams

Myrna AdamsWhen Myrna Adams retired in 2003 as Duke University’s first vice president of institutional equity, she was hailed for “her commitment and passion to issues of equal opportunity, respect for individuals and trying to make Duke a better place for everybody.” Hallmarks of Adams’ efforts at Duke included making the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration a university-wide commemoration, leading a committee that worked to resolve the challenges faced by Latino workers and training employees to serve as mediators to resolve issues before they are filed as grievances. Adams now works as an organizational consultant, tackling such issues as workplace bullying. Adams holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Illinois, a master’s in counseling psychology from University of Southern California, and a law degree from Hofstra School of Law.

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