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Two representatives of Southeastern Louisiana University have been selected for the University of Louisiana System Management and Leadership Institute.

 

Wednesday, June 30, 2021 
by: Tonya Lowentritt 

Charity Bryan Keonta Johnson
Charity Bryan Keonta Johnson

 


     HAMMOND – Two representatives of Southeastern Louisiana University have been selected for the University of Louisiana System Management and Leadership Institute.
     Department Head of Kinesiology and Health Studies Charity Bryan and University Housing Assistant Director of Operations Keonta Johnson, will take part in the two-semester program for faculty and staff who aspire to broaden academic, professional or administrative leadership roles.
     A resident of Hammond, Bryan is an educator with more than 23 years of kinesiology and health studies experience. She is known for her expertise in children’s physical activity, online learning using new and blended learning models, and professional education. She is an active scholar in the areas of physical education pedagogy, as well as distance learning, and has published 23 national peer-reviewed manuscripts, eight international presentations, 50 national presentations, over 80 state/regional presentations, and has received over $250,000 in grant funding.
     As University Housing Assistant Director of Operations, Johnson reviews housing applications and the application process to ensure best practices in the field of student housing. She handles room assignments, room changes, billing questions and other student and parent inquiries. A resident of Baton Rouge, Johnson also coordinates and supervises the front line office staff to ensure quality customer service and accurate completion of required tasks.
     The Universities of Louisiana Management and Leadership Institute launched in 2017. The nine-month institute immerses participants in rigorous programming designed to gain a deeper understanding for effective leadership in higher education. Throughout the two semesters, members visit each of the nine universities and ultimately produce a group project that addresses some of the challenges of higher education.




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