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Meet the Committee


​Planning of the events and activities associated with the annual African-American history month celebrations at Tallahassee Community College remains a success due to the time, energies, and effort put forth by dedicated faculty, staff, administrators, and University Partners. 
2015-2016 African-American History Month Events and Activities Planning Committee
  • Cherry Hall Alexander, Visionary
  • Rita Dickey, Advisor
  • Dr. Calandra Stringer, Advisor
  • Gregory Williams, Co-Coordinator
  • Vivian Pope, Co-Coordinator
  • Dalphine Clack
  • Gloria Mitchell
  • Torrio Osborne
  • Dr. Marilyn Dickey
  • Kenya Thompkins
  • ​​Wendell Johnson
  • Dr. Brenda Anthony
  • Randey Burnette
  • Greg Loyd
  • ​Ellenar Harper
  • Byron Todd
  • Anthony Jones
  • Jacqueline Edwards
  • Veronica Ashley
  • Renee Maples
  • Senovia Williams
  • Louis Dilbert
  • Kalar Walton-Nealy
  • Shauna Smith
  • Karen Washington

Contact Information

For more information contact the Community/Workforce office by phone (850) 201-6200.

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