In 2006, Dr. O. Fitzgerald Hill was selected the 13 President of the 129 year old Arkansas Baptist College. Since assuming the presidency at Arkansas Baptist College, the College has been reaccredited by North Central Higher Learning Commission, received the largest private gift from an individual in the College’s history and launched a $30 Million capital campaign that includes a community redevelopment component for the neighborhood.
Dr. Dorris R. Robinson-Gardner has served the higher education community for more than forty years. She has served at public, private, two-year, and four-year colleges and universities earning tenure and promotion as an assistant professor, associate professor and professor. Further, she served as the State Coordinator for Academic Programs at the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE), recommending approvals of new academic programs for two-year and four-year colleges and universities and certification of out-of-state colleges and universities to offer academic programs in the State of Arkansas.
John Gardner has over 30 years of experience as higher education administrator at (1) Mid-South Community College, West Memphis, Arkansas (Sr. VP) Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Board (Assist... Dir. For Financial Analysis); Arkansas Dept of Higher Education (Dir. For Institutional Finance); and University of Arkansas Pine Bluff (Associate Vice VC for Finance/Planning and Mgmt.
John has a Master of Public Administration; Certified Public Manager from University of Arkansas Little Rock. Bachelor of Science, Math, completed 56 undergraduate hours at UCLA 1964-1966. Graduated Florida A&M University and All-Conference Football, Former Board Member Little Rock Education Commission. Member, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.
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