History of the Presidents’ Round Table
The Presidents’ Round Table was founded January 1983 to bring together African-American Community College leaders for the purpose of ensuring their success as campus leaders. The group initially focused on advocacy for each other and mentorships to ensure the African-American legacy in campus leadership positions.
Other priorities included successful matriculations of African-American students and employment opportunities for African-Americans in community colleges across the nation with special emphasis on grooming future Presidents.
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|Convener:||Dr. Charles A. Green, president
Maricopa Technical Community College, Phoenix, Ariz.
|Secretary:||Dr. Freddie Nicholas, president
John Tyler Community College, Chester and Midlothian, Va.
|Treasurer:||Dr. Vernon Crawley, president
Forest Park Community College, St. Louis, Mo.