Charria Campbell is a native of Muscle Shoals, AL, and she recently resided in Opelika, AL. She currently serves as Director of Multicultural Affairs at Tennessee Tech University where she is responsible for the Leona Lusk Officer Black Cultural Center, assisting with recruitment and retention of underrepresented students and cultural and diversity programming for the campus. She directs the Reaching Achievement & Committed to Excellence Program (R.A.C.E.). Charria previously served as an Advisor/Recruiter and Adjunct Math Instructor for Southern Union State Community College. She was formerly a mathematics teacher at Loachapoka High School and a former Diversity Initiatives Coordinator for the Office of Inclusion and Diversity at Auburn University. As a Diversity Initiatives Coordinator, she was the coordinator for the Provost Leadership Undergraduate Scholars (PLUS) Program and the Summer Enrichment Experience (S.E.E. Auburn) Program, a recruiter, and she assisted with the Auburn University College Prep (AUCAP) Program for Loachapoka High School. She was also a Minority Programs Coordinator for the College of Sciences and Mathematics at Auburn University where she advised and mentored students, helped to coordinate the College’s Summer Bridge Program, and recruited minority students to Auburn who were interested in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) fields. She has been a tutor for mathematics for many years and has been tutoring and working with the ACT for over 8 years. Charria volunteers with several local organizations and is very involved with her sorority and church family. She holds a Bachelor’s of Chemical Engineering from Auburn University and a Masters’ of Education in Secondary Mathematics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Last modified: January 31, 2020