Multicultural Affairs Staff
Coordinator for Multicultural Student Activities
Mrs. Brown-Albert joined the professional staff of Southern in 1997 as a residence hall director where she served admirably for nine years. Her dedication and commitment to students were prominent in her management of three residence halls and her leadership advising the Minority Pre-Law and Business Association, and the African Student Association. Curently, Ms. Brown-Albert is the Advisor for the West Indian Society and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated.
As the Coordinator for Multicultural Student Activities since January 2007, Ms. Brown-Albert is responsible for planning and implementing multicultural programming for the university and New Haven community. She also coordinates the operation and staffing of the Multicultural Center and supervises the book loan program. Ms. Brown-Albert is an alumna of Southern and holds a B.S in Liberal Studies and an M.S in Counseling. She strives to make the Multicultural Center a place where all students can explore their differences and exchange ideas. She is a charter member of the West Indian Academic Society, a former captain of the SCSU women's track team, and a former member of the Black Student Union. Ms. Brown-Albert is a dedicated to the goal of making Southern the university of choice for all students.
University Assistant, Graphic Designer
Ms. Davis joined the Multicultural Center staff in August of 2013. As the Graphic Designer/University Assistant, her goal is to promote the center’s events and assist in the development and maintenance of positive relationships to the center. Ms. Davis assists with the development and coordination of programs to promote the celebration of different cultures and ethnicities. Ms. Davis attended the University of California Davis and graduated with her Bachelors of Arts in Visual Communication in 2010. She is excited to be a part of the Multicultural center and is looking forward to all the new experiences working at Southern will bring
N. Chineye Anako B.S.
Ms. Anako joined the Multicultural Center staff in the summer of 2012. As a graduate intern, her role is to assist in the development and implementation of all programs. Ms. Anako assists the Multicultural Organizations through advising the student groups in the Multicultural Advisory Board. In addition, she assists in the publicity of the programs by reaching out to the SCSU community. Ms. Anako is a recent graduate from the University of Connecticut and holds a B.S in Molecular Cell Biology and three minors in Women Studies, Human Rights and Bioinformatics. During her time as an undergraduate student, she served as the Resident Assistant for the Public Health House Learning Community, a campus guide ambassador and a Senior Programmer at the African American Cultural Center. Ms. Anako is currently a graduate student in the Masters of Public Health program here at Southern Connecticut State University.