New Administrative Posts in Higher Education for Two African American Women

Pilar Prather was named program manager for Interprofessional Education and Inter-Institutional Collaborative Learning for the Meharry-Vanderbilt Alliance in Nashville, Tennessee. She was program coordinator for the master of science in public health program at Meharry Medical College.

Prather is a graduate of Murray State University in Kentucky, where she majored in business administration. She holds a master’s degree in education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Katrina Briscoe was promoted to assistant director of athletics for compliance and student athlete services at Alcorn State University in Mississippi. She has been on the staff at the athletics department for the past two years. Earlier, she was a compliance coordinator at Oregon State University.

Briscoe is a graduate of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina, where she majored in physical education. She holds a master’s degree in sport management from High Point University in North Carolina.

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