Graduate Student Leadership and Innovation MaryLouFulton Teachers College
Drawing upon over 20 years of higher education administration experience, 16 of which were dedicated to working at community colleges, Annique serves as one of the main liaisons for ASU with community colleges in Arizona, and manages the training and ongoing engagement for all community college partners nationally. In her role, she leverages her experience and passion for leading and teaching at community colleges to realize expanded opportunities for transfer students nation-wide by engaging and training community college partners on ASU’s innovative MyPath2ASUTM transfer suite of tools, and shares opportunities with community colleges as part of ASU’s Trusted Learner Network initiative. Currently a doctoral student with ASU’s Ed.D. in Leadership & Innovation, Annique earned her master’s degree from the University of Denver in International and Intercultural Communication, and her Bachelor of Arts in English Writing Arts and French from SUNY Oswego. A world traveler, Annique is originally from Upstate/Western New York and has lived in four countries and explored 35 more; she enjoys sharing her world experience to create opportunities for all transfer students to succeed.
Currently a doctoral student with ASU’s Ed.D. in Leadership & Innovation, Annique earned her master’s degree from the University of Denver in international and intercultural communication. She completed her Bachelor's degree with a double major in French and English from SUNY Oswego.