Lawyer seeks to lead Lincoln University


Rosalind Fuse-Hall visits with Ward 2 Councilman Rick Mihalevich, at left, and Sen. Mike Kehoe after a breakfast meeting at Lincoln University. Fuse-Hall is in the running for the presidency at LU.

Rosalind Fuse-Hall visits with Ward 2 Councilman Rick Mihalevich, at left, and Sen. Mike Kehoe after a breakfast meeting at Lincoln University. Fuse-Hall is in the running for the presidency at LU. Photo by Julie Smith.

Rosalind Fuse-Hall said Thursday she has the “broad experience” that can help lead Lincoln University into the future.

“I think I have prepared (during) my entire career for this opportunity,” Fuse-Hall told more than a dozen Jefferson City community members Thursday morning, at the second of three breakfast meetings to meet the top candidates for LU’s vacant presidency.

“I have worked in many capacities at several higher education institutions — both public and private, both large and small, both traditionally white universities as well as historically black universities,” she noted. “I’ve done just about everything except being bottle-washer.”

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