Six Barry University faculty members have been named a Top Black Educator in 2017 by Legacy Magazine. Barry’s honorees join a list of other black educators in Miami-Dade County who are paving the way for students as they enrich their education. The award honors those educators “who play an integral role in shaping the lives of our young people and our society.”
Honorees from Barry include:
- Dr. Glenn Bowen — Director of the Center for Community Service Initiatives (CCSI)
- Yvette Brown-Koottungal — Vice President for Technology & CIO in the Division of Information Technology
- Dr. Pamela Hall — Assistant Professor of Psychology in the College of Arts & Sciences
- Dr. Shanika Hill — Associate Dean of Clinical Education in the School of Podiatric Medicine
- Dr. Von M. Homer — Assistant Professor & Director of the Motion Analysis Center in the School of Podiatric Medicine
- Dr. Phyllis Scott — Dean of the School of Social Work
We congratulate these six black faculty members on being recognized as a Top Black Educator in 2017, and are immensely honored they are part of Barry’s faculty. Since 1940, we’ve made it our mission to provide every student with the kind of transformational education that helps them become who they were meant to be — and empowering them to make our world a better place while achieving greatness.
Established in 2004, Legacy Magazine provides news and information to Florida’s Black Affluencers and Influencers. Legacy is a news/business publication serving Florida’s black professional community with insightful articles and information on business, careers, politics, lifestyle, culture and social commentary.