Three African Americans in New Administrative Positions at Alcorn State University in Mississippi

Ladonna Eanochs has been named interim director of institutional research. She was a research associate in the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

Dr. Eanochs holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Stillman College in Alabama, an MBA from Alcorn State University, and a Ph.D. in post-secondary and adult education from Capella University.

Everson Martin has been named interim director of bands and an instructor in the department of fine arts. He was the assistant director of bands.

Dr. Martin holds a bachelor’s degree in instrumental music education from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a master’s degree in music education from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and a doctoral degree in educational leadership and management from Capella University.

Tracee Smith has been named director of the Office of Student Records and University Registrar. She had been serving as interim director and has been an Alcorn employee since 2010.

Dr. Smith holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and an MBA from Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi. She earned a master of public health degree and a Ph.D. through Walden University.

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