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Dr. Nadréa Reeves Njoku, United Negro College Fund

Dr. Nadréa R. Njoku is the assistant vice president of the Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute at the United Negro College Fund. She leads the organization’s learning, evaluation, and execution of the research portfolio, inclusive of longitudinal mixed-method evaluations, organizational data management, and telling the dynamic and evolving story of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). Njoku has worked across multiple functions of higher education including housing, student affairs, fraternity and sorority affairs, alumni relations, and evaluation. Her research is centered in a critical race and feminist framework and explores African American women in higher education, HBCUs, gender, and student development theory.

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A New Track: Fostering Diversity and Equity in Athletics