Executive Assistant to the Chancellor
Secretary of the University
Mrs. Dalton-Rann has served as an Executive Assistant to the Chancellor and Secretary for the University for nearly 15 years in support of five chief administrators.
In this position, she manages the operations of the Office of the Chancellor and serves as liaison to the university Board of Trustees.
She has been employed as a college administrator, television promotion officer, school teacher, and researcher. Her wide array of experience makes her an extremely valuable asset to the university community.
As a researcher in the area of Child Development and Family Relations, Mrs. Dalton-Rann studied at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. There she received a Master’s of Science degree; a Master’s of Education degree, and an undergraduate degree in English.
Since completing that program, she has offered workshops on Race Relations and Cultural Diversity and worked with The Winston-Salem Foundation to create and implement the successful college access program, The Crosby Scholars.
In this position, she took this program from a concept to a national model. Together with three other national organizations like Crosby Scholars, the National College Access Program (NCAN) was created. NCAN assisted communities across the country with establishing programs that offered SAT tutoring, financial aid workshops, and personal development seminars that helped increase the number of students who entered and graduated from college across the country.Mrs. Dalton-Rann has served on the Boards of Directors of Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Urban League, Sickle Cell Anemia Program, North Carolina Black Repertory Company (this organization sponsors and organizes the National Black Theatre Festival).