Feleccia Moore-Davis Selected to Lead the Meramec Campus of St. Louis Community College

The board of trustees of St. Louis Community College in Missouri has appointed Feleccia Moore-Davis as president and chief academic officer at the college’s Meramec campus. Dr. Moore-Davis will begin her new job on August 1.

System-wide the college enrolls nearly 19,000 students. African Americans make up 33 percent of the student body.

Most recently, Dr. Moore-Davis served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Tallahassee Community College in Florida. Her career includes teaching psychology and serving as department chair. She previously worked at CyFair campus of Lone Star College in Houston as dean and vice president for instruction.

Dr. Moore-Davis earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Xavier University in New Orleans, a master’s degree in industrial/organizational psychology from Texas A&M University, and a doctorate in organizational leadership from Regent University.

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