Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has announced three staff changes within the Office of the Registrar.
Carmen Wigfall has been named associate registrar, Andrial M. Nwaugha has been named graduation services manage, and Travis J. Mills will serve as graduation services assistant according to Sharon Stoddard, University Registrar.
Wigfall joined WSSU in 2007 as a computer support consultant in the Office of the Provost. She also has served as a staff member in the Office of the Registrar and as a technology support analyst. For the past two years, she also has been a member of the Process Improvement, Reporting and Analysis Department in addition to her other duties and served as interim associate registrar for five months. Prior to WSSU, she was a programmer/analyst with International Textile Group, Inc. in Greensboro for 11 years. She earned an MBA from WSSU and holds a B.S. in Office Administration from Indiana State University.
Nwaugha has over 13 years of experience in higher education having spent six years as scholarship coordinator/default prevention specialist with the University of North Carolina School of the Arts prior to joining WSSU in 2005. At WSSU, she has served as institutional scholarship coordinator, lead transcript articulation specialist and interim graduation services specialist. Nwaugha completed a B.S. in management information systems while employed at WSSU and earned an MBA in management from Strayer University.
Mills joined WSSU in September 2012. A retired Army veteran with extensive military training in leadership development and management, he served overseas in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and in Chicago. Mills is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree at WSSU. He is a graduate of the Worsham College of Mortuary Science and a licensed funeral director. He is also an ordained minister and serves on the ministerial staff of Dreamland Park Baptist Church in Winston-Salem.