The government has announced that Dr. Rhonda Chipman-Johnson, who was appointed consul general to New York, will take up her post tomorrow.
She succeeds Carl Smith who is now permanent secretary at the Ministry of National Security.
Dr. Chipman-Johnson is the former executive vice president of academic affairs at the College of The Bahamas (COB).
In 1994, she pursued her doctoral studies at Purdue University, obtaining a PhD in foreign language education.
After heading the modern language department at Government High School, Dr. Chipman-Johnson joined COB in the language department.
Dr. Chipman-Johnson left COB in 2010 as executive vice president after being passed over for the post of college presid ...
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