The New Dean of Students at the College of New Rochelle

blakeTiffani Blake was promoted to dean of students at the College of New Rochelle in New York. She has been serving as special assistant to the president for mission and board relations. She formerly served as director of student development at the college.

Judith Huntington, president of the College of New Rochelle, stated that “Tiffani Blake is uniquely qualified for this position. She is deeply committed to the college’s mission and brings a wealth of student development knowledge and experience to her new role.”

Blake is a graduate of the College of New Rochelle. She holds a master’s degree in psychology from Baruch College of the City University of New York and a second master’s degree in education from Teachers College of Columbia University.

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