A Federal TRIO Program

Mulu Negash

Director
Primary office:
785-864-9627
1122 W. Campus Rd., Joseph R. Pearson Hall, Rm 304

Mulu Negash, a former McNair Scholar serves as the Director of McNair Scholars Program. Mulu has worked in TRiO programs in various capacities for several years. Mulu has a background in counseling psychology and advising middle/high school students. Prior to working with TRiO, she worked in mental health counseling for the unisured in the Greater Kansas City area. A native of Ethiopia, she has made her home in Kansas City.


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