Larissa Littleton-Steib Named Chancellor of Delgado Community College in New Orleans

Larissa Littleton-Steib has been named chancellor of Delgado Community College in New Orleans, Louisiana. The community college enrolls more than 14,000 students, 68 percent of whom are women. Dr. Littleton-Steib will assume her new duties on July 1, 2019.

Since 2016, Dr. Littleton-Steib has served as chancellor of Baton Rouge Community College in Louisiana. During her tenure as chancellor, the institution has increased enrollment, financial stability, and business and industry partnerships. Earlier in her career, she served in various roles at Delgado Community College including vice chancellor of workforce development and dean of technical education.

Dr. Littleton-Steib holds a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree both from Xavier University of Louisiana and a doctorate in urban higher education from Jackson State University in Mississippi.

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