Traci Guinn named interim associate VP for diversity
Central Michigan University announced Thursday that Traci Guinn has been named the interim associate vice president for diversity.
Guinn, executive director for CMU’s Center of Inclusion and Diversity the last 13 years, will take over duties effective Aug. 20. She fills the spot left by the departing Denise Green, who announced her resignation in June to take a job at Ryerson University in Toronto.
“Dr. Guinn’s experience as director of the center for 13 years will provide a smooth transition until the position is filled permanently,” Provost Gary Shapiro said in a statement.
Guinn has been employed by CMU since 1998, where she started in admissions and became the associate director of admissions for minority enrollment. Born in Shreveport, La., she went to high school in Honolulu, Hawaii, and attended the University of Memphis for her bachelor’s degree. She holds a master’s degree in educational administration and community leadership from CMU.
A nationwide search to permanently fill the position will begin this fall.
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