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Professional Appointments

Professional Appointments

Dr. Bernice Guillaume
will become the assistant vice chancellor for academic and multicultural affairs at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. She earned a bachelor’s  from Scripps College in California, a master’s from Brown University and a doctorate from Tulane University in Louisiana.

Dr. Kenya Ayers-Hillard
has been appointed dean of student services at Trinity College in Washington, D.C. She was formerly associate dean for academic advising and academic support services. She earned a bachelor’s from the University of Michigan, a master’s  from Eastern Michigan University and a doctorate from the University of Houston.

Dr. Richard Arnold
has been named associate to the president for equity and special programs at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.  He previously was dean of academic services at Edinboro. Arnold earned a bachelor’s from Slippery Rock State College, a master’s  from West Virginia University and a doctorate from Kent State University.

Dr. O. Geoffrey Okogbaa
is the new director of the University of South Florida’s Institute on Black Life and the Center for Africa and the Diaspora.  He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Ohio State University and a doctorate from the University of Cincinnati.

Sandra T. King
has joined Northeastern University as director of university relations. She also worked in college public relations at Babson College in Massachusetts. King earned a bachelor of science in business from Elmira College and a master’s in business administration from Northeastern University.

Eloy Gonzales
has been elected chair of the unit accreditation board of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.  Gonzales earned a bachelor’s  degree from New Mexico Highlands University, and a master’s degree from Western New Mexico University.

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