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NCCU Names Director of Community Engagement and Service

Calleen B. Herbert

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has named Calleen B. Herbert as director of the Office of Community Engagement and Service. Since 2014, Herbert has served as interim director of the former Academic Community Service Learning Program. 

The Office of Community Engagement and Service serves as the clearinghouse for service experiences and community partnerships. As the director, Herbert will align the office with NCCU’s Academic Affairs Strategic Plan 2016-2021 goals and objectives.

In her role, Herbert will work toward the development of reciprocal campus-community relationships that enhance the lives of our surrounding community and campus family. This will be accomplished by the development and encouragement of scholarship, events and activities that provide information and support to the community through a comprehensive, reflective service-learning and community service program that matches students with critical needs in the region.

Herbert joined NCCU as a program administrator in 2010. She successfully launched new software, Get Connected, to capture student engagement and service learning data and the Eagle Corps service program to support military, veterans and their families. Herbert was also instrumental in establishing NCCU’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity. Prior to joining NCCU, she served as a principal consultant for CIBER Inc. in Raleigh.

Herbert received a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science from Mississippi State University and a Master of Science in public management and policy analysis from Carnegie-Mellon University. 

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