A Look at Black Female College Presidents

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A Look at Black Female College Presidents


* Dr. Portia H.Shields
Albany State University
Albany, Ga.

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* Dr. Yvonne Kennedy
Bishop State Community
College
Mobile, Ala.

* Dr. Carolyn Grubbs
Williams
Bronx Community College
New York

* Dr. Ruth Simmons
Brown University
Providence, RI

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* Dr. Marvalene
Hughes
California State University-Stanislaus
Turlock, Calif.

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* Arnette Scott Ward
Chandler-Gilbert
Community College
Chandler, Ariz.

* Dr. Elnora D. Daniel
Chicago State University
Chicago

* Dr. Elaine Johnson
Copeland
Acting President,
Clinton Junior College
Rock Hill, S.C.

* Dr. Vivian M. Presley
Coahoma Community College
Clarksdale, Miss.

* Dr. Helen Benjamin Carr
Contra Costa College
San Pablo, Calif.

* Dr. Jerry Sue Thornton
Cuyahoga Community College
Cleveland

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* Dr. Joann R.G.
Boyd-Scotland
Denmark Technical College
Denmark, S.C.

* Dr. Thelma J. White
Elizabethtown Community
College
Elizabethtown, Ky.

* Dr. Joyce F. Brown
Fashion Institute of Technology
New York

* Dr. Carolynn Reid-Wallace
Fisk University
Nashville, Tenn.

* Dr. Barbara Ann Darby
Florida Community College at
Jacksonville (North Campus)
Jacksonville, Fla.

* Dr. Thelma Scott Skillman
Folsom Lake College
Folsom, Calif.

* Dr. Dorsey L Kendrick
Gateway Community College
New Haven, Conn.

* Dr. Jacquelyn M.
Belcher
Georgia Perimeter College
Decatur, Ga.

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* Dr. Neari F. Warner
Acting President
Grambling State University
Grambling, La.

* Dr. Gwendolyn W.
Stephenson
Hillsborough Community
College
Tampa, Fla.

* Lois Gaston
Hillsborough Community
College, Ybor City Campus
Tampa, Fla.

* Dr. Margaret L. Forde
Houston Community
College-Northeast
Houston

* Dr. Janis M. Hadley
Housatonic Community
College
Bridgeport, Conn.

* Dr. Sebetha Jenkins
Jarvis Christian College
Hawkins, Texas

* Dr. Helen T. McAlpine
J.F. Drake State Technical
College
Huntsville, Ala.

* Dr. Dorothy Cowser Yancy
Johnson C. Smith University
Charlotte, N.C.

* Dr. Barbara R. Hatton
Knoxville College
Knoxville, Tenn.

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* Dr. Deborah G. Blue
Laney College
Oakland, Calif.

* Paula Diane
Cunningham
Lansing Community
College
Lansing, Mich.

* Dr. … 

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