Two Women Named to New Administrative Posts at Norfolk State University

Lakeisha Mayes is the new director of recruitment and admissions at Norfolk State. She was an early college awareness advisor for the ACCESS College Foundation. Previously, she was the acting director of undergraduate admissions at Old Dominion University in Norfolk.

Mayes holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Old Dominion University.

Terricita E. Sass was named assistant vice president for enrollment management at Norfolk State. She has been on the staff of the university since 1988, most recently as interim executive director for enrollment management.

A graduate of Francis Marion University in Florence, South Carolina, Sass earned a master’s degree in urban affairs from Norfolk State University.


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