New Administrative Posts in Higher Education for Two African Americans

striplingDorothy Stripling is the new interim chief financial officer at Fort Valley State University in Georgia. She has been serving as director of accounting services and assistant controller. She joined the staff at Fort Valley State in 2006.

Stripling holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in education from Fort Valley State University.

Jennifer ScottJennifer A. Scott is the new director of the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has been working as a consultant to the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience in New York. Previously, she served on the faculty at The New School for Public Engagement. Scott is co-editor of Anywhere but Here: Black Intellectuals, the Atlantic World and Beyond (University Press of Mississippi, 2015).

Scott is a graduate of Stanford University. She holds a master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in African American studies from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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