Three African Americans in New Administrative Posts in Higher Education

cnevada01Nevada Winrow was appointed dean of special projects in the division of academic affairs at Baltimore City Community College. She was formerly the interim director of assessment in the division of academic affairs at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania.

Dr. Winrow earned a master’s degree and a Ph.D. in neuropsychology from Howard University in Washington, D.C., and completed two post-doctoral fellowships at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

rp_primary_Clark_KevinKevin G. Clark was named vice president and director of athletics at Temple University in Philadelphia. He has served as interim director since May. Before coming to Temple in 2012, Clark was the senior associate athletic director at Indiana University.

A native of Kansas City, Missouri, Clark is a graduate of Grambling University in Louisiana. He holds an MBA from Webster University in St. Louis.

Tayor-KevinKevin B. Taylor was named director of admissions for graduate programs at the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College of the City University of New York. For the past four years, he was executive director of graduate business programs at Hofstra University. Previously, he held admissions positions at the University of Connecticut and Quinnipiac University.

Taylor is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts and earned an MBA at the University of Connecticut.

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