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A&M-Central Texas appoints new chief diversity officer

Texas A&M University-Central Texas in Killeen has a new diversity officer.

Killeen resident Dr. Sanfrena Britt began her role as the university's chief diversity officer earlier this month. She was appointed to the role after the departure of the former diversity officer, Larry Davis.

Dr. Britt previously served as the vice chair for the Executive Council on Diversity and Inclusion. She earned her doctorate in Leadership in Higher Education from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and her Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from A&M-Central Texas. In addition to her current position as executive assistant to the provost, Britt serves as adjunct faculty for the departments of Educational Leadership and Human Development and Counseling and Psychology at A&M-Central Texas and as adjunct faculty for psychology at UMHB.

"I look forward to working with Dr. Britt and the Council in an effort to continuously assess and strengthen our respect for and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion," said Dr. Marc Nigliazzo, president of A&M-Central Texas. "She has a true passion for engaging both our campus community and the community at large in this pursuit."

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