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Apr 23, 2020 09:30 AM

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Walter M. Kimbrough, PhD
President @Dillard University
A native of Atlanta, Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough was his high school salutatorian and student body president in 1985, and went on to earn degrees from the University of Georgia, Miami University in Ohio, and a doctorate in higher education from Georgia State University. He has enjoyed a fulfilling career in student affairs, serving at Emory University, Georgia State University, Old Dominion University, and finally Albany State University in 2000 where he became the Vice President for Student Affairs In October of 2004, he was named the 12th president of Philander Smith College. In 2012 he became the 7th president of Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Ajita Talwalker Menon
interim President & CEO @Calbright College
Ajita Talwalker Menon is the Interim President and CEO for Calbright College. Her job is to lead the college to help underserved Californians gain greater economic mobility and to provide skilled talent for hiring employers. Menon served in the Obama Administration as Special Assistant to the President for Higher Education Policy at the White House Domestic Policy Council where she led efforts to expand college opportunity, affordability, innovation, and completion. She has also held senior roles in the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. House of Representatives, in addition to her more recent work as Senior Advisor to the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges.
Lenore Rodicio, PhD
Executive VP @Miami Dade College
Lenore Rodicio is the Executive Vice President and Provost for Miami Dade College (MDC). Dr. Rodicio previously served as the provost of Academic and Student Affairs at MDC. Dr. Rodicio joined MDC in the fall of 2002 as an adjunct instructor of chemistry at the Kendall and Padrón campuses. Since that time, she has held a number of positions at the college including associate professor, Chair of Natural and Social Sciences, and dean of Academic Affairs. Dr. Rodicio holds a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from Barry University and a doctor of philosophy degree in chemistry from Louisiana State University.