New Administrative Positions for Three African Americans in Higher Education

Janet Wormack is the new vice president of administration and finance at Salisbury University in Maryland. She was senior vice chancellor for administration and finance, and chief financial officer at Houston Community College in Texas.

Dr. Wormack is a graduate of Arizona State University. She holds a master’s degree from Bowie State University in Maryland and a doctorate in higher education administration from Morgan State University in Baltimore.

Dasha Lundy has been named chief operating officer at Knoxville College in Tennessee. Since 2018, the college has only offered classes online. Dr. Lundy has been serving as vice chair of the board of trustees.

Dr. Lundy received a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and a doctorate in physical therapy from the University of Tennessee Chattanooga. She also holds a master’s degree in physical therapy from Tennessee State University.

Chavis Paulk is the new vice president for finance and administration at Stillman College in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He was Division Director of Analytics in the Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget for the state of Georgia.

Paulk is a graduate of Fort Valley State University in Georgia, where he majored in business administration. He earned a master of public administration degree at Albany State University in Georgia.


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  1. Hi Chavis, so proud of you. Give me a call or stop by next time in town. I promise I’m not fussing anymore. Hope to see you soon. Jennifer.

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