Debbie Thomas Named Provost at Kentucky State University

Christopher Brown, the new president of Kentucky State University in Frankfort, has announced that Debbie G. Thomas has been appointed provost and vice president for academic affairs at the university.

Dr. Thomas has been serving as dean of academic affairs at Capital Community College in Hartford, Connecticut. The college enrolls about 3,500 students. African Americans are 36 percent of the student body.

Dr. Thomas holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from what is now the University of Louisiana, Monroe. She earned a Ph.D. at Southern Illinois University-Carbondale.

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  1. An amazing woman whom I have admired since childhood ! Beautiful heart, Unbelievable soul. Comes from a family of Love ! Congratulations, Dr Deb Thomas ! You are now OFFICIALLY the most successful and Beautiful woman I know !

  2. Dr. Thomas I’m very proud of you, I enjoy finding out that my classmate are moving forward in life an# God has blessed them to be successful. Continue to put God first and he will bless all that you do. Congratulations!

  3. Harvard’s coming !!! (First thing’s first!) Smile… Love you, sis, soror and friend… and so proud of how you’re changing the world!!! Keep going. This is your time!

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