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LWC students among new Prichard Committee members

Lexington, KY - Community leaders, educators and students were among the seven new members named recently to the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence.

Lindsey Wilson College students Don Trowell and Khamari Brooks were named members. The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence is an independent, nonpartisan, citizen-led organization working to improve education in Kentucky - early childhood through postsecondary.

Also joining the statewide education advocacy group as new members were:

Heather Crabbe, Independence, associate provost of Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati

Kimberly Green, Bowling Green, assistant professor of communications sciences & disorders in the College of Health, and human services chief diversity officer at Western Kentucky University

Christian Motley, Lexington, senior manager of policy and partnerships, StriveTogether

Marvin Swann, Danville, a retired business executive and president of the Danville/Boyle County NAACP and first vice president of the Kentucky State Conference NAACP

Afi Tagnedji, Louisville, a student at the University of Louisville

This story was posted on 2019-10-26 07:42:40
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