Twenty-nine years ago when I started working in this field, I knew little and had no exposure to the underpinnings of this difficult compensatory process called affirmative action. I sought friends who were working in the field and began a process of acquiring all the knowledge I could about the laws and what they were intended to do. An aggressive nature, the use of trial and error and a real desire to make a difference in the field of higher education kept me motivated to change the profile of an institution.
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