Alumnus Set to Lead New Africana Studies Center

Leslie K. EtiennePhD in Leadership and Change alumnus Dr. Leslie K. Etienne has been appointed the founding Executive Director of the Center for Africana Studies and Culture at Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis (IUPUI). Dr. Etienne is also a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Africana Studies Program. In this new role Dr. Etienne will manage all aspects of the new center’s activities, including community and campus partnerships and collaborations, initiatives, cultural programming, and scholarly activity.

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