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Osborne-Elliott Named Associate Administrator for Student Affairs on St. Croix Campus

April 28, 2008 – University of the Virgin Islands Executive Administrator for the St. Croix Campus Dr. Monique A. Guillory has announced the appointment of Miriam Osborne-Elliott as associate campus administrator for student affairs, effective Monday, April 28.
Osborne-Elliott joined UVI in 1992 and has served in a variety of positions in Student Affairs. For the past three years she has worked as assistant director of the V.I. University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities (VIUCEDD). In the area of student affairs, she worked as a counselor and later as a counseling and placement supervisor. She also served as acting associate chancellor for student affairs. In her new position, she will oversee counseling and placement, student activities and health services offices as well as the Residence Life Area on the St. Croix campus. She also currently serves as the administrative staff representative to the UVI Staff Council.
A graduate of Charlotte Amalie High School, Osborne-Elliott studied at Howard University, earning a bachelor's degree in English with a minor in secondary education. She also holds a Masters of Education in Student Affairs in Higher Education with a concentration in counseling, also from Howard, where, prior to returning to the territory, she worked in student affairs. In 2004 she earned a certificate in management development at the Harvard Institute of Higher Education.
The new associate administrator is an active member of the community, serving on several local and national boards, and community organizations. She is married and has a daughter. Her new office is located in Evans Center, room 802. She can be reached at 692-4188.

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