A Quartet of African Americans Who Have Been Assigned New Administrative Duties

Allen P. Vital, executive director of the Alabama A&M University Foundation, will be taking on additional duties as interim vice president for marketing, communication, and advancement.

Dr. Vital earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He holds a master’s degree in community counseling from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and a Ph.D. in urban higher education from Jackson State University in Mississippi.

Kenya Faulkner is the new chief compliance officer at Emory University in Atlanta. She was the chief ethics and compliance officer at Pennsylvania State University. She is the former chief integrity officer for the Treasury Department of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Faulkner received a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Niagara University in New York and a juris doctorate from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

Kinamo Lomon, director of public safety for the Willingboro, New Jersey, police department, has been named the director of operations for the Department of Public Safety at Princeton University in New Jersey. He has been an officer in the Willingboro Police Department since 2000 and has held multiple leadership roles. He was promoted to the rank of captain in 2019.

Lomon graduated from Rutgers University in New Jersey with a bachelor’s degree in administration of justice. He earned a master’s degree in organizational management with a specialization in leadership from Ashford University.

Carren Moham is the new vice president of academics at Hesston College in Hesston, Kansas. Dr. Moham had served as the college’s academic dean, and most recently as the interim vice president of academics.

Dr. Moham earned a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. She holds a master of music degree from the University of Oklahoma and a doctor of musical arts from Ohio State University.

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