Southern University Appoints Two Men to Student Affairs Executive Posts

Southern University and A&M College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has announced the appointment of two African American men to executive positions.

Brandon K. Dumas was named vice chancellor for student affairs and chief student affairs officer at the university. He has been serving in the post on an interim basis and previously was associate vice chancellor for student affairs.

Dr. Dumas is a graduate of Southern University. He earned an MBA from Salem International University and a doctorate at Jackson State University in Mississippi.

Albert Tezeno was appointed associate vice chancellor for student affairs. He was associate vice president for enrollment management and retention and director of financial aid at Grambling State University in Louisiana. Previously, he was executive financial aid director at Texas Southern University in Houston.

Dr. Tezeno is a graduate of Grambling State University. He holds an MBA from the University of Phoenix and a doctorate from Jackson State University.

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