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Alumni Spotlight:
Jeffrey M. Womble, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Public Relations at Fayetteville State University

Jeffrey Womble

"The English Department at Fayetteville State University is like no other on campus. It is a family atmosphere with some of the best scholars that you will find on any college campus. I owe a debt of gratitude to the tremendous faculty members who contributed so much toward my personal and professional growth" (B.A., 1986).

Alumni

Fayetteville State University English Alumni teach English at regional schools and pursue graduate degrees.

Heather Harvey (B.S., 2011 and English Department Award Honoree) accepted an English teaching position at Southern Lee High School (Sanford, NC).

Pamela Pompey (B.S., 2011) accepted an English teaching position at Westover High School (Fayetteville, NC).

Brittney Chalmers (B.S., 2010) accepted an English teaching position at Pine Forest High School (Fayetteville, NC).

Willisa CovingtonWillisa Covington (B.S., 2010 and FSU Valedictorian) taught English at Gray's Creek High School during the 2010-2011 academic year (Hope Mills, NC), and she entered the Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law in fall 2011 (Houston, TX): "The English department at FSU helped to arm me with the foundational skill-set of reading, professional writing, and critical thinking requisite to adjust quickly to law school."

Dexter Days (B.S., 2010) accepted an English teaching position at Hoke County High School (Raeford, NC).

Cheresse Montgomery (B.S., 2010) accepted an English teaching position at Pine Forest High School (Fayetteville, NC).

Amber Peake (B.S., 2010) accepted an English teaching position at Westover High School (Fayetteville, NC).

Eric Rowe (B.S., 2010) accepted an English teaching position at Pine Forest High School (Fayetteville, NC).

Selina Russ (B.S., 2010) accepted an English teaching position at Hoke County High School (Raeford, NC).

Jennifer Wuester (B.S., 2010) accepted an English teaching position at Lakewood High School (Salemburg, NC).

Anca Stefan (B.A., 2008 and Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society Member) accepted a lateral entry Language Arts teaching position at Gray's Creek Middle School (Hope Mills, NC), where she started an after-school club, the HoneyComb Creative Writing Workshop, that publishes student work.

Titichia Mitchell JacksonTitichia Mitchell Jackson (M.A. in English, 2008; B.A. in English and Political Science, 2006, Sigma Tau Delta Member, and Miss FSU 2004-2005) graduated from NCCU School of Law in 2011 with a Juris Doctor degree and accepted a position as a NC Legal Education Advisor for BARBRI, Inc.: "While at FSU I had the privilege to participate in many classes that broadened my writing and analytical skills. The English department faculty always made me feel excited to learn. The foundation I established at FSU has been a strong asset to my career as a practicing attorney."

Jeffrey M. Womble (B.A., 1986) served as a reporter, editor, and Newspapers in Education Coordinator for nearly 22 years at The Fayetteville Observer, North Carolina's oldest newspaper, earning awards for feature and fashion writing from The North Carolina Working Press, and he has served as the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Public Relations at FSU since August 2004.

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