Historically Black Denmark Technical College Chooses Its New Leader

mcintyreLeonard McIntyre has been chosen as the eleventh president of Denmark Technical College in Denmark, South Carolina. The two-year, historically Black college enrolls about 2,000 students and African Americans are 96 percent of the student body.

Dr. McIntyre is the former State Deputy Superintendent of Education in South Carolina. He was dean of the College of Education, Humanities, and Social Sciences at South Carolina State University, where he also served as interim president.

A native of New Orleans, Dr. McIntyre is a graduate of Loyola University, where he majored in Spanish. He holds a master’s degree in Spanish literature from Tulane University and earned a doctoral degree in educational administration from Iowa State University.

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