Two African-American Women in New Administrative Posts

Monique Field was appointed assistant vice president for strategic initiatives at Michigan State University in East Lansing. For the past four years she has been an attorney for Weiner Associates, a governmental affairs law firm. Prior to that post, she was director of governmental affairs for the Michigan Department of Management and Budget.

Field is a graduate of Michigan State University and the Thomas S. Cooley Law School.

Jerolyn Chapman Navarro is the inaugural first vice chancellor of diversity and outreach at the University of California at San Francisco. She first joined the faculty at the university in 2000.

Dr. Navarro completed her medical training at the University of California at San Francisco and holds a doctorate in pharmacy from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.

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