Marilyn Sanders Mobley to speak, be recognized for founding African American Studies program at George Mason

Marilyn Sanders Mobley, vice president of the Office of Inclusion, Diversity & Equal Opportunity, will travel to George Mason University this week, where she will be recognized for her work as one of the founders of the university’s African American Studies program. Mobley created the program while she was faculty member in 1992; the program is now in its 20th year.

Mobley will speak during the university’s “Evening of Reflection” Jan. 26 to commemorate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.