Elizabeth City State University Chooses Tynesha R. Lewis Macclesfield NC As The Women’s Head Coach

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Tynesha R. Lewis A Minister of the Gospel, Motivational Speaker, Educator,
Tynesha has always been one of my favorite cousins because she was so bright, smart and a baller. I used to record her when she played at SouthWest Edgecombe High School Pinetops NC. I watched her play in the WNBA and I recorded her a many of times when she came back and did motivational speaking. Recently I recorded her preach her grandmother’s Homegoing Celebration. I look forward to going to some of the home games in the future. Congratulations cous and I know you will be great!

Butterfield Congratulates Stacey Franklin Jones on Being Named Chancellor of Elizabeth City State University

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                                            CONTACT: Kim Atterbury
September 5, 2014                                                                                                                                                           (202) 225-3101

 

Butterfield Congratulates Stacey Franklin Jones on Being Named Chancellor of Elizabeth City State University

 

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) today released the following statement regarding the selection of Stacey Franklin Jones as Elizabeth City State University Chancellor:

 

“I congratulate Dr. Stacey Franklin Jones on being named the new chancellor of Elizabeth City State University.  Dr. Jones credentials and accomplishments are nothing short of exemplary, making her the obvious choice for this position.  I am confident that her leadership and vision will help the university grow and thrive during this difficult period.”

 

 

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Former Rocky Mount police chief to lead ECSU police – Rocky Mount Telegram

Former Rocky Mount Police Chief John Manley was named Thursday as the new police chief of Elizabeth City State University.

Manley, ECSU’s interim police chief since May, replaces Sam Beamon, who resigned several weeks after being placed on administrative leave April 25.

Beamon left the department after the State Bureau of Investigation began investigating allegations on the campus of obstruction of justice and intimidation of a witness. (More)