POSITION: Since 2017, president of Atlantic Cape Community College (NJ), a public comprehensive 2-year community college serving the residents of Atlantic and Cape May counties at three campuses.
PREVIOUS: Provost and associate vice president for academic affairs, Union County College; dean academic and student support services, Camden County College; associate director, Office of Board Affairs and Government Relations, New Jersey Dept. of Higher Education
AFFILIATIONS: Atlantic County Economic Alliance (ACEA); Atlantic County Workforce Development Board; Atlantic City Executive Council; Atlantic City Chamber Board; NJ Community College Consortium for Workforce & Economic Development; Rowan University Community College Leadership Initiative Council; NJ Presidents’ Council; co-chair, New Jersey Council of County Colleges State & Federal Policy Committee; NCBAA-NE Region; chair, Academy for Leadership Development; Higher Education Research & Development Institute (HERDI); Executive Board of AACC’s Presidents Academy Summer Institute (PASI).
EDUCATION: Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Bayero University; M.Ed. Educational Psychology, Rutgers University; B.A. Sociology, Stony Brook University.
OTHER: Presentations: “Accessibility Compliance: Consent Decree to Culture of Opportunity,” Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) Leadership Congress (2019); “Conducting an Effective CEO Search in a Competitive Market” (panelist), Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) Leadership Congress (2019); “Managing Personnel in Tough Times and in Declining Enrollments” (panelist), AACC Presidents Academy Summer Institute (PASI) (2019); “Leadership Lessons Learned” (panelist), AACC New CEO Academy (2019); “Career Flight Plan; Applying for Your First Presidency” (panelist), AACC (2019);“Threats and Opportunities for Digital Accessibility Compliance” (panelist), AACC (2019). Awarded: Woman of Achievement, Cape May County (2019); Mainland/Pleasantville NAACP Education Leader Award (2019); Named by South Jersey Magazine among the African American Women Leaders in NJ (2018); Phi Delta Kappa Educational Excellence Award (2017).