A Trio of African Americans Who Have Been Named to High Education Diversity Posts

Dwight Hamilton has been named the chief diversity officer at Eastern Michigan University in Ypsilanti. He most recently served as a diversity officer in the corporate sector. But earlier in his career, Hamilton held diversity posts at Grand Valley State University in Michigan, Smith College in Massachusetts, and Northwestern University in Illinois.

Hamilton is a graduate of Michigan State University. He earned a juris doctorate at Wayne State University in Detroit.

Lois V. Greene is the new senior vice president of wellness, diversity, equity, and inclusion at University Hospital in Newark, New Jersey, an academic medical center operated by Rutgers University. She has taught courses at Ramapo College and Rutgers University.

Dr. Greene is a graduate of Rutgers University-Newark, where she majored in nursing. She holds a doctorate in healthcare administration from the Medical College of South Carolina.

B. Elliott Renfroe was named chief diversity officer at Greenville University in Illinois. He is the former senior pastor of the in Illinois. He has served on the board of trustees of Greenville University.

Rev. Renfroe is a graduate of East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania, where he majored in hospitality management. He studies at the Alliance Theological Seminary in New York and Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, New York.

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