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TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF BLACK PERSONNEL IN HIGHER EDUCATION

TABPHE FELLOWS

TABPHE FELLOWS are an elite group of individuals chosen, with the direction of the State Board of Directors, to work on special projects that support the vision and mission of TABPHE. TABPHE FELLOWS Leadership is an initiative to help ge

nerate new memberships, regenerate old memberships, and build new leaders for our dynamic organization.

TABPHE FELLOWS is a great opportunity to build relationships within the organization  and with other African American leaders throughout the state of Texas.  Becoming a TABPHE FELLOW is a worthwhile opportunity to help build a stronger TABPHE for years to come.

 Benefits:

  • Receive one year membership at the State Level
  • Receive a conference registration waiver
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Networking opportunities
  • Build/Enhance leadership skills
  • Special recognition at our Annual State conference

 Criteria:

  • Fill out an application and email it to either of the contacts below.
  • Have a desire to be involved with  TABPHE at both the State & Local Chapter levels
  • May be nominated and/or apply themselves
  • Complete team leadership projects prior to annual state conference


The TABPHE Fellows Program is currently being restructured. Information about the new structure and the application process will be posted by September 30, 2017. All who submitted applications prior to the restructuring will automatically be considered and not required to re-apply.

 

PROGRAM CO-CHAIRS

LaKisha Wooden, MBA, MS
TAPBHE FELLOWS Co-Chair
TABPHE
 State Treasurer
Office: 972-860-7327
Email: Lwooden@dcccd.edu

Dr. Lamar McWaine
TABPHE FELLOWS Co-Chair
TABPHE State Historian
Office: 281-998-6148
Email:
Lamar.McWaine@sjcd.edu
 

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