Marjorie Thomas Named Dean of Students at the College of William and Mary

thomasMajorieMarjorie S. Thomas was appointed dean of students at the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, effective July 1. Currently, she is associate vice president for student affairs at the College of Charleston in South Carolina. She has been on the staff at the College of Charleston since 2007 and previously held a number of administrative positions at the University of Miami.

Thomas is a graduate of Florida International University in Miami. She holds a master’s degree from the University of Georgia and a law degree from Florida A&M University.

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  1. CONGRULATIONS ‘!!!!!!!!!!
    We on vacation at Edisto Island,we were thinking of coming to Charleston this week and were inquiring if you would be able to do lunch. I was surprised when the email was returned .In my investigation I come upon your promotion .GREAT,GREAT.we are happy for your continued success.

    Babs

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