Six Women Who Are Taking on New Administrative Duties at American Universities

Yejin Sohn was named survivor advocate and case manager for the Survivor Advocacy Program at Ohio University. Sohn grew up in South Korea and has been interested in working with survivors of interpersonal violence since high school, where she started managing a student group for preventing sexual violence and helping survivors.

Sohn holds master of social work degrees from Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea and Washington University in St. Louis.

Rachel Hubbard was appointed executive director of KOSU, the public broadcasting station operated by Oklahoma State University. She joined the staff at the station while a student at the university and continued to work there after her graduation.

Hubbard holds a master’s degree in entrepreneurship and a bachelor’s degree in agricultural communications from Oklahoma State University.

Cheryl Wallace was named director of the Student Union Builing at the University of New Mexico. She has been on the staff at the university for 24 years and has been involved in the administration of the Student Union Building for the past decade.

Wallace holds a bachelor’s degree in university studies from the University of New Mexico.

Sharyl Kammerzell was appointed chief compliance and risk officer at Washington State University. She has been serving as director of global services, risk and compliance in Office of International Programs, She will begin her new job on April 20.

Before coming to Washington State University, Kammerzell was senior associate general counsel at the University of Idaho. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts. She earned a juris doctorate at the University of Colorado.

Michelle Meggs is the new executive director of the Women + Girls Research Alliance at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The organization works collaboratively with faculty, students, and the community to provide opportunities for research and education on policy issues affecting women.

Dr. Meggs is a graduate of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte. She holds a master of divinity degree from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and a doctorate in the humanities with a concentration in Africana women’s studies from Clark Atlanta University.

Anne E. Rauh was recently promoted to head of collections and research services at Syracuse University Libraries, after serving in the role on an interim basis since April of 2019. She joined the staff at Syracuse University Libraries in 2011.

Rauch holds a bachelor’s degree in international studies and a master of library and information sciences degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Filed Under: Appointments


RSSComments (0)

Leave a Reply