Angelyn Mitchell is being honored as one of 25 Outstanding Women Leaders in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education's special Women’s History Month issue which recognizes the contributions of women to higher education. In particular, Angelyn was praised for her work as a founding director of the African-American Studies Program at Georgetown University. This special edition highlights:
"25 women who have made a difference in the world by tackling some of higher education’s toughest challenges and exhibiting extraordinary leadership skills. They are an inspiration to all."
The issue will be circulated during the 99th annual meeting of the American Council on Education (ACE) in Washington D.C.
Read the press release HERE.