Three Women Who Are Stepping Down From Their Posts at Major Universities

Dawn Cartee director of the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education has retired. Prior to coming to the University of Georgia in 2016, Dr. Cartee served for nine years as president of Ogeechee Technical College in Statesboro, Georgia.

Dr. Cartee holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration, a master’s degree in education, and a doctorate in educational administration, all from Georgia Southern University.

Stephanie Reel, the chief information officer and vice provost for information technology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, announced that she will retire at the end of the academic year. She is the longest-serving member of the university’s executive team. Reel also serves as chief information officer and senior vice president for Johns Hopkins Medicine.

Reel holds a bachelor’s degree in information systems management from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Loyola University of Maryland.

Mildred Robinson, the Henry L. and Grace Doherty Charitable Foundation Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law whose scholarship and community service have emphasized equity, will retire this spring after almost 35 years on the faculty. Professor Robinson, who specializes in tax law was the law school’s first African American female tenured professor. She was hired with tenure in 1985 from Florida State University.

Professor Robinson is a graduate of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. She earned a juris doctorate at Howard University in Washington, D.C., and a master’s degree in tax law from Harvard Law School

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