New Faces in the Advancement and Development Division at Oakwood University

Oakwood_University_logoOakwood University, the historically Black educational institution in Huntsville, Alabama, has announced the appointment of three individuals in its Division of Advancement and Development.

George-JohnsonGeorge Johnson Jr. is the new director of integrated marketing and public relations. He was the communications director for the North American division of Seventh-day Adventists. Johnson holds a bachelor’s degree in communication and has a graduate certificate in strategic public relations and integrated communications.

Denica-KingDenica King was appointed assistant director of marketing. She is responsible for managing marketing operations with print publications, radio and television, internet, mobile, and out-0f-home advertising.

Cheri-WilsonCheri Wilson has returned to the development department after leading the university’s department of adult and continuing education. She will be involved in major gift fundraising. She holds a certificate in fundraising management from the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University/Purdue University Indianapolis.

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