Dr. Armenta Early Hinton
Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Title IX
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Dr. Armenta Early Hinton is the Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Title IX Coordinator at Elizabethtown College. She is an active scholar/practitioner and presenter in the areas of diversity, equity and Title IX. Dr. Hinton has a broad range of experience that includes 15 years in Germany and England. While abroad she served on the Birmingham Royal Ballet and Birmingham Opera Company board of directors. Dr. Hinton’s research focuses on diversity, access and equity in education and leadership and sustainability of Historically Black Colleges and Universities post Fordice. Hinton is the co-editor of “Persistence and Memory,” a collection of essays on diversity with reflections written by Derald Wing Sue, and contributed a chapter to the book “Preserving HBCU’s Million Dollar Legacy”. She received a B.F.A. in music history and piano from Alabama State University, a historically black college and university, and also studied at Roosevelt University’s Chicago Musical College. She received her Post Graduate Certificate in Psychotherapy from Birmingham City University in England and her Ph.D. in Leadership and Change from Antioch University.