2019 in Pictures
The ACCUPLACER team
Greg Pearson leads contestants in the ACCUPLACER edition of the classic game Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Test security can be fun! An enthusiastic group attending the test security roundtable discussion
Luz Bay leads a roundtable discussion on the various methods to incorporate multiple factors into placement policies.
Kim Davis (Oakland Community College) socializes with members of our Assessment Design and Development team, Constance Tsai and Thom Gleiber.
Regina Broomfield (Mott Community College) receives assistance at the ACCUPLACER Help Desk.
A full house at one of the breakout sessions.
Antoinette Crockrell delivered a powerful opening speech at the plenary, discussing the challenges and achievements of higher ed today.
Shireen Lalla (Florida Atlantic University) and Sinclair Daly (Florida International University) catch up after sessions.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
1– 2:00 p.m.
Thirteen years ago, Antoinette Crockrell began to focus on her passion—changing lives through the power of education. She is a fearless change agent known for her commitment, candor, and thought leadership.
Antoinette joined the College Board in 2006 as a senior director of the office of strategy management, where she was responsible for developing and executing strategy in support of student success. She was also the executive director of the SAT® Readiness Program, where she was responsible for managing a comprehensive suite of free and affordable SAT practice tools. Antoinette is currently the executive director of the ACCUPLACER® Program and is responsible for leading a team that specializes in promoting equitable access for a diverse set of students.
Before joining the College Board, Antoinette worked for Comcast Cable, where she served as the regional marketing manager for new products in the South Florida region. Tasked with developing results-oriented, customer-focused offerings, Antoinette created programs and methods of communication to engage more than one million subscribers.
Antoinette earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the College of St. Elizabeth in Morristown, N.J., and her executive MBA from Rutgers University, where she concentrated on finance and entrepreneurial management.
“A good head and a good heart are a formidable combination.”
– Nelson Mandela