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About Adrienne Coleman

I possess a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from Argosy University and a Master of Science Degree in Health, Physical Education and Recreation
with an emphasis in Health Education as well as a Master of Science in Educational
Administration and Foundation with an emphasis in College Student Personnel
Administration both from Illinois State University.
I previously worked at Rutgers University as a Program Development Specialist and at
Illinois State University as a Health Educator. Currently, I am employed at the Illinois
Mathematics and Science Academy (IMSA), a three year residential high school for gifted
students, as the Multicultural Education Specialist. I have served as an AmeriCorps
member and have been part of the United States delegation team to assist Moldova (Eastern
Europe) in addressing issues of human trafficking and inadequate health education.
My areas of interest include public health, social justice/diversity education and
higher/gifted education. I hope to continue providing educational and enrichment
opportunities for youth from underrepresented populations.

Positions

Present Multicultural Education Specialist, Illinois Math and Science Academy
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Honors and Awards

  • IMSA Leon Lederman Scholars Award, 2014
  • Arrigo O. Rogers Advisor of the Year Award - 2006
  • The BACCHUS Network Outstanding Advisor Award - 2006
  • Outstanding Greek Faculty Advisor Award – 2002
  • Department of Health Sciences Honor Award – 2002
  • NASPA New Professionals Institute – 2001

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