1970's Milestones: Alumni Achievements

Cynthia Warrick, B.S. 1975, is president of the Society for Diversity in the Biomedical Sciences. Warrick is highly accomplished in academia. Currently, she is interim president of Grambling State University. Prior to her appointment, she served as interim president of South Carolina State University. Warrick was the dean and chief research officer at Elizabeth State University in North Carolina.

Warrick was instrumental in her work at Howard. She is a senior fellow for the University’s Center for Minority Health Services. She also helped bring a computer lab to the College of Pharmacy.

Carlton S. Mitchell, B.A. 1972, was appointed interim executive director of the Correctional Association of New York. He joins a nonprofit organization that advocates for a more humane and fair criminal justice system and a more just and equitable society.

Janice McKenzie-Crayton, B.A. 1976, M.A. 1987, was named one of the most influential nonprofit leaders by the Atlanta Business Chronicle. As president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta since 1992, she helps provide children facing adversity with one-to-one mentoring relationships.

T. Michael Ford, B.B.A. 1979, was elected to the Children’s Organ Transplant Association Board of Directors.




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