Multicultural Affairs Director Named to the 'Fab 40'
Dr. Rahmon Hart, director of Duquesne University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs, was selected by the New Pittsburgh Courier as one of its Fab 40, a select group of African Americans under age 40 being honored for service and leadership in the Pittsburgh area.
According to the New Pittsburgh Courier, Hart was chosen for demonstrating the “ability, determination, focus and fortitude to tackle the challenges that lie ahead while defying the negative images that are so often used to portray Black youth.”
Since arriving at Duquesne in July 2006, Hart has established the annual Unity Banquet and Scholarship Benefit, and has initiated and enhanced other programs at the University.
A Pittsburgh resident, Hart received his doctor of education in educational leadership from Duquesne, and his master’s and bachelor’s degrees from Slippery Rock University.
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