Lucille Maugé Has Announced Her Retirement From Clark Atlanta University

Lucille H. Maugé, who served until recently as interim president of Clark Atlanta University, announced that she will retire from the university before the end of the year.

“I am immensely grateful for the opportunity to have served CAU and its students during this exciting time in its history,” said Maugé. “Leading this institution has been one of the great highlights of my career, and I’m proud of what we have accomplished together in setting CAU on a strong and sustainable path for the future.”

Before being named interim president,  Maugé had been serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer at the university. She previously served as the university’s vice president for finance and business services and chief compliance officer. Before joining the staff at the university, Maugé was a banking executive.

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