Posts Tagged ‘Itta Bena’

Ford-Kee takes over as AD at Mississippi Valley State

Mississippi Valley State University has named Dianthia Ford-Kee as the new director of athletics. Previously, Ford-Kee served five years as the director of athletics at Lincoln University of Pennsylvania. She came to Lincoln from Shaw University where she spent 18 years working in athletic administration and coaching. Ford-Kee was named the National Association of Collegiate […] [...]

MVSU appoints Dr. Jacqueline Gibson as vice president of student affairs

Mississippi Valley State University has appointed Dr. Jacqueline Gibson as vice president of student affairs. A native of Morgan City, Gibson is a 15-year higher education professional. She earned a bachelor’s degree in English in 1991 from Mississippi Valley State University. In the fall of 1991, she entered the University of Akron in Ohio and […] [...]

Dr. Howard O. Gibson chosen as MVSU’s associate vice president for student affairs

by Published: October 25,2013

Tags: Business, education, Itta Bena, Mississippi

Dr. Howard O. Gibson, a Jackson native, has been selected as Mississippi Valley State University’s associate vice president for student affairs, enrollment management and diversity. Prior to MVSU, Gibson served as the executive assistant to the chancellor at Baton Rouge Community College in Baton Rouge, La. Other previous positions include business development specialist/instructor in the […] [...]

Itta Bena-born Army counsel has served overseas, Space Command

by Published: April 19,2013

Tags: Itta Bena, Karen Riddle, law, Space & Missile Command

Lt. Col. Karen W. Riddle has traveled far and wide from her native of town of Itta Bena, having lived in Japan, Korea, Germany and Iraq while practicing in diverse areas of the law. She has a passion for criminal law, and has worked as a defense attorney, prosecutor and military judge. She has also […] [...]

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