Three African Americans Who Have Been Selected for New Administrative Posts at Universities

Jerel Drew was named director of athletics at Clark Atlanta University. He was the athletic director at the University of the Virgin Islands. Earlier in his career, Dr. Drew was the associate athletic director for compliance at Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina.

Dr. Drew is a graduate of Brevard College in North Carolina, where he majored in history and minored in secondary education. He holds a master’s degree and a doctorate in sports management from Northcentral University.

Stephanie Rogers was appointed executive vice president of institutional advancement and development at Dillard University in New Orleans, effective January 1. Since 2017, Rogers has served as chief advancement officer at Southern University at Shreveport. Earlier, she was the director of institutional advancement and the executive director of the BPCC Foundation at Bossier Parish Community College in Louisiana.

Rogers earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration and organizational management from Wiley College in Marshall, Texas.

April Robinson was appointed executive director of human resources at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri. She has served in human resources positions in higher education, nonprofits, and Fortune 500 companies.

Robinson earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Jones College in Jacksonville, Florida. She holds a master’s degree in health care and project management from Kaplan University.

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