Jacqueline Gill Will Be the First African American President of Danville Community College in Virginia

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Jacqueline M. Gill has been named president of Danville Community College in Virginia. She will be the first African American and the first woman to hold the position on a non-interim basis. The community college enrolls over 3,100 students, 28 percent of whom are African Americans. Dr. Gill will assume her new duties in July. Currently, Dr. Gill serves as president of Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City, Missouri. Before that, she served as director of continuing education for the Northeast Campus and later as vice president of academic affairs and community and industry education a...

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