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Tameka L. Randle joined the Academic Support Centers in January 2013. Ms. Randle has cultivated collaborative partnerships with companies, organizations, and agencies to provide ASC students with experimental learning experiences and scholarship funding opportunities. Additionally, she has launched leadership and professional development initiatives on the local and state levels.

Professional Interests:

Leadership and Professional Development
Launching Initiatives


Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Leadership Missouri Alumni Association
Southeast Missouri State University, University Endowed Scholarship Committee
Community Caring Council, Board of Directors, President

Workshops and Presentations:

Kansas-Missouri Summit on Access, Persistence and Completion, “TRIO Programs: “Where Access and Persistence Began”

Zonta Club of Cape Girardeau, “Press for Progress”
Community Caring Council, “SPARKS”


Master of Public Administration, Southeast Missouri State University, May 2012

Bachelor of Science, Eastern Michigan University, April 2000