Carmen Twillie Ambar


Carmen Twillie Ambar

Carmen Twillie Ambar (Little Rock, Arkansas 1969) [ [http://ur.rutgers.edu/focus/article/Carmen%20Twillie%20Ambar%20named%20dean%20of%20Douglass/970/ Carmen Twillie Ambar named dean of Douglass] ] is an American academic, lawyer, politician. As an academic, she is the ninth woman to lead Douglass College and the youngest dean in its history. Ambar was appointed by Governor Corzine to the New Jersey Economic Development Authority Board of Directors. She holds a bachelor's degree in foreign service from the Edmund A. Walsh School at Georgetown University, a master's degree in public affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, and a law degree from Columbia University School of Law. Ambar also chairs the Public Leadership Education Network Board and is vice-chair of the New Jersey Commission on the Status of Women. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators [ [http://ur.rutgers.edu/focus/article/Carmen%20Twillie%20Ambar%20named%20dean%20of%20Douglass/970/ Carmen Twillie Ambar named dean of Douglass] ] . She is married to Saladin Ambar, who is also a graduate of Edmund A. Walsh School at Georgetown University and is currently seeking his PhD from Rutgers University. On April 19 2007, Carmen Ambar gave birth to triplets. On May 1, 2008 Carmen Ambar was named thirteenth president of Cedar Crest College.

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* [http://www.douglass.rutgers.edu/dean/bio.html Biography at Douglass College]


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