Mrs. Tarshua Teresa Mack is the Assistant Vice Provost for Research/Director for Title III at Claflin University, in this role she is responsible for the day to day operations of the Sponsored Programs Office. The office performs pre – award and post-award grant functions. Mrs. Mack also manages the College’s Title III programs that focus on Academic Quality, Student Support Services, Institutional Effectiveness, and Fiscal Stability. She has 18 years’ experience in management and has worked as a Project Manager for 5 years.
During 12 of Mrs. Mack’s professional years in management, she was as a Director for Grants and Contracts, to include two years as Interim Vice President for Student Affairs. During her experience, she has increase external funding, accountability measures and improved workflow processes, managed projects to ensure they met timeframes and budgets and increased student’s college experiences through programs, scholarships, internships and temporary jobs in students’ field of study. Mrs. Mack is a doctoral candidate in Higher Education Administration. Her study is on the Persistence of African American Males at a Two-Year College.
Mrs. Mack is happily married to Christopher Mack and they have three children, Saporia, Morgan, and Marcelle. They also have a grandson named Bryson Christopher.