Florida A&M University (FAMU) announced the hiring of new directors for the Career and Professional Development Center and the Office of Admissions.
Bill H. Means, Ed.D., the new director of the Career and Professional Development Center, Hugh Durham, the new director of Admissions, and Sacha Wilson, assistant director, Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, were introduced at a recent Board of Trustees meeting.
Before coming to FAMU, Means served as director of career services at Old Dominion University since 2019.
Means has also worked in career services at Delaware State University, Livingstone College, Johnson C. Smith University, Queens University of Charlotte and Wake Forest University.
The Concord, N.C., native earned his bachelor’s at Tennessee State University, a master’s at North Carolina A&T State University and a doctorate in educational leadership and policy at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte.
New Director of Admissions Durham served in a similar role at Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) since 2018. Before PVAMU, the Miami native worked at the American University of the Caribbean, Howard University, Georgetown University and University of Phoenix. He will oversee Undergraduate Admissions, Transfer Services and Undergraduate Recruitment.
Durham earned a bachelor’s at the University of Florida and is working on a master’s in enrollment management from the University of Southern California.
Before joining FAMU as the assistant director of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution, Wilson was the lead fraud investigator for Macy’s. Her career in higher education involves serving as assistant director of student conduct at California State University-San Bernardino and assistant director of judicial affairs at the University of California-Santa Barbara. She was also a hearing officer at the University of Memphis.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Wilson earned a bachelor’s at Ohio University and her master’s in college student personnel from Arkansas State University.