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Contributed by John Rawlins on 11/13/2013
Nansa Brown, Administrative Assistant for Multicultural Affairs in the Office of Student Engagement and Multicultural Affairs (OSEMA), has announced her departure after seven years of service to the Ithaca College community. Her last day on campus will be Friday, November 22, 2013.
Since arriving in August of 2006, Nansa has been vital to the successful programs and service out of Multicultural Affairs in OSEMA and the former Office of Multicultural Affairs. Nansa has worked with the Martin Luther King Scholar Program, Ithaca Achievement Program, Cultural Theme Month programming, MLK Campus-Wide Celebration, many other programs and services geared towards the ALANA student community, as well as a presenter for the Student Leadership Institute and a member of IC Toastmasters. Nansa will assist her husband Max with his law practice and spend more time with her son, Van.
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