Anne B. Kerr

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Anne B. Kerr
President of
Florida Southern College
Assumed office
Preceded by Thomas Reuschling
Personal details
Alma mater Florida State University
Mercer University

Anne B. Kerr is an American academic and the current president of Florida Southern College. Kerr attended Mercer University for her bachelor's degree. She received both her master's and doctorate from Florida State University.

Kerr first started as an educational analyst for the Florida Board of Regents. Her next position was an assistant dean position with the University of Central Florida. Kerr then moved on to Rollins College, where she became assistant dean for the Crummer Graduate School of Business. In 2002 she took the position of vice president for institutional advancement for the University of Richmond. In 2004 she was selected to be president of Florida Southern College.

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