BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY

PRESIDENT


[photo, Aminta Hawkins Breaux, President, Bowie State University] AMINTA HAWKINS BREAUX, Ph.D., President



President, Bowie State University, since July 1, 2017.

Member, Task Force to Study a Promise Scholarship Program in Prince George's County, 2016-17. Board of Visitors, Bowie State University, 2017-. Member, P-20 Leadership Council of Maryland, 2018-; Prince George's Forward Task Force, 2020-21; Workgroup on Black Latino, Asian American Pacific Islander, and Other Underrepresented Behavioral Health Professionals, 2022-; Maryland Corps Program Advisory Board, 2023-.

Vice-President for Advancement, Millersville University of Pennsylvania, 2014-17 (vice-president for student affairs, 2008-14; interim vice-president for development & alumni relations, 2014).

Member, Health Advisory Council, School District of Philadelphia, 2004-06.

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, February 11, 1959. Temple University, B.A. (psychology), 1980; University of Pennsylvania, M.S. (psychological services in education), 1986; Temple University (counseling psychology), Ph.D., 2004. Director, Career Services Center, 1990-95, and Career Management Center, 1995-98, Drexel University. Assistant Provost, Drexel University, 1998-2000. Dean of Students, University of the Sciences, 2000-08 (board of trustees, 2011-15). Board of Directors, Philadelphia Academies, Inc., 1998-2009. Board of Trustees, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, 2000-16 (emeritus trustee). Board of Directors, Philadelphia Insurance Companies, 2005-08; Leadership Landcaster, 2009-11; Lancaster City Alliance, 2016-17. Member, Leadership Roundtable Planning Committee, American Cities Foundation, 2006-08. Resource Cabinet, United Way of Lancaster County, 2010-12. Member, Community Benefit Committee, Lancaster General Health, 2016-17. Educator of the Year Award, National Council of Negro Women, 2017. Trailblazer Award, Bowie Business Innovation Center, 2017. Maryland's Top 100 Women, Daily Record, 2020. Influential Marylander, Daily Record, 2021. Power 30 Higher Education, Daily Record, 2021. Married; three children, three grandchildren.

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