Promotions for Three African American Women at Saint Augustine’s University

staugSaint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina, has announced the promotions of three staff members as it attempts to streamline operations and improve efficiency.

Dr. Yvonne CostonYvonne M. Coston was named vice president of research and innovative programming at the university. She has been serving as a professor of mathematics. Professor Coston has been on the university’s faculty since 1985.

Dr. Coston is a graduate of Fayetteville State University in North Carolina. She holds master’s degrees in statistics and mathematics education and a doctorate in mathematics education from North Carolina State University.

Carla WashingtonCarla Washington was named registrar at the university. She has been serving as assistant director of admissions.

Shelley Willingham-HintonShelley Willingham-Hinton was appointed to the newly created post of vice president of marketing and chief communications officer. She was associate vice president of institutional advancement.

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