President-Chancellor Belton among top 50 national higher ed leaders

Southern University System President-Chancellor Ray L. Belton was recently recognized as one of the Top 50 Leaders in Higher Education by the National Diversity Council during its 17th Annual National Diversity and Leadership Conference. The virtual conference held in late April honored a number of diverse talents from different industries with this year’s theme, “Be a Changemaker.”

According to the Council, “The Top 50 Leaders in Higher Education are innovators, strategists, and pioneers in this dynamic sector of local and global education. Educators are pivotal for the growth and development of individuals and subsequently, the organizations for which their students work. Educators’ long term contributions have significantly and uniquely impacted the greater community. The National Diversity and Leadership Conference recognizes individuals who contribute to the growth of their students, organization, community, and are active in mentoring the next generation of professionals in the education sector.”

 

2021 Awardees

Andrew D. Martin

Chancellor, Washington University in St. Louis

 

Carol Christ

Chancellor, UC Berkeley

 

Christopher L. Eisgruber

President, Princeton

 

Darryll J. Pines

President, University of Maryland

 

Dr. Felecia M. Nave

President, Alcorn State University

 

Dr. Ray L. Belton

President - President-Chancellor, Southern University System

 

Juan Sánchez Muñoz

Chancellor, University of California Merced

 

Jonathan Holloway

President, Rutgers

 

Noelle E. Crockett

President, Utah State University

 

Patrick F. Leahy

President, Monmouth University

 

Quinton T. Ross, Jr.

President, Alabama State University

 

Richard J. Gallot, Jr., JD

President, Grambling State University

 

Ronald H. Nowaczyk, PhD

President, Frostburg State University

 

Tony Allen, Ph.D.

President, Delaware State University

 

 

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