Julianne Malveaux

Born: Sep. 22, 1953; San Francisco, CA; daughter of Proteone Malveaux and Paul Warren Malveaux

Boston College, BA, 1974, MA, 1975
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, PhD, 1980.

Radio host
Bennett College President

Feb 28, 2012: Bennett College president, Julianne Malveaux announced her resignation, effective May 6. During her term, the small private college completed $21 million in building projects on the campus and increased enrollment to more than 700 students. Esther Terry, the college's chief academic officer, will have responsibility for the day-to-day operations along with James Dixon, the chief administrative officer. Terry will become interim president on May 7.

June 1, 2007: Becomes Bennett College's 15th president.

1997-98: WLIB, Julianne Malveaux's Capitol Report, radio host 1996: Natl Council of Negro Women, Voice of Vision: African-American Women on the Issues, editor-in-chief 1995-: Last Word Productions, pres/CEO

1993-: Black Issues in Higher Education, columnist

1994-96: Pacifica Radio Network, The Julianne Malveaux Show, host, exec producer 1990-: Syndicated columnist, King Features Syndicate 1989-91: Associate Professor, University of California, Berkeley 1985-92: Univ of CA-Berkeley, visiting scholar, visiting faculty 1981-85: San Francisco State Univ, assistant professor 1977-78: Council Economic Advisor The White House, Washington

Accomplishments at Bennett College
- A $21 million capital improvements program that renovated existing college facilities and added four new buildings — the first new construction on campus in 28 years
- A 2020 Master Plan, which advocates, among other things, construction of a high-tech library
- An enhanced curriculum with a focus on women’s leadership, entrepreneurship, excellence in communications and global awareness
- Accreditation reaffirmed through 2014 by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Published works:
1999: Wall Street, Main Street and the Side Street: A Mad Economist Takes a Stroll, Pines One Publications

1998: "What is Robeson's Legacy?", Paul Robeson: Artist and Citizen, contributor, Rutgers Univ Press

1998: "Minister Farrakhan's Economic Rhetoric and Reality," The Farrakhan Factor, contributor, Ballantine

1994: Sex, Lies and Sterotypes: Perspectives of a Mad Economist, Pines One Publications

1989: Slipping Through the Crack: The Status of Black Women, contributor, Transactions Publications

Also see Malveaux's web site

Compiled by Diane Lamb, News & Record News Researcher Source: Who's Who Among African Americans, 2006; Marquis Who's Who Biographies, 2001

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