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Moses T. Alexander Greene is the director of the African American Cultural Center at NC State University. He previously served as chief communications officer and assistant professor of media and communications at St. Augustine’s University, where he was responsible for managing all university-wide strategic communications activities, including media relations, content creation and management, digital communications, social media and marketing. His prior experience includes 16 years in cultural and performance arts management in academia, non-profit and government, as well as in media relations and special event coordination, including four years as a public information officer within the Executive Office of the Mayor of the District of Columbia and as the special events/public affairs officer for several Washington, D.C. government agencies.

In 2013, Greene was one of 20 educators nationwide to be named a Fellow of the Academy of Arts & Television Sciences (EMMY) Foundation, honored for a career serving in artistic and multimedia capacities for the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer Commemorative Conference, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Dedication, ABC’s All My Children and The View, GRAMMY Salute to Gospel, Radio ONE’s coverage of the 2008 Election, and the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Annual Legislative Weekend.

Greene serves as a commissioner on the City of Raleigh Arts Commission, board member of the African American Cultural Festival of Raleigh and Wake County and member of the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau’s Cultural Presenters Forum.


With over a decade of experience in research and curriculum development, assessment, teaching, program coordination, and student development, Sachelle has specialized her work around African American and African Diaspora culture. She most recently served as Lecturing Fellow of Duke University’s Thompson Writing Program, where her courses examined Black Power, the history and culture of African American families, Caribbean literature, and contemporary African American literature. Her research interests are in the affective experience of transnational migration in contemporary literature of the African diaspora.
In her role with the African American Cultural Center, Sachelle will focus on coordinating opportunities for faculty engagement that develop research and scholarship initiatives related to African American and African Diaspora culture. This will include fostering collaborative partnerships with academic departments, engaging in scholarship with community and academic researchers, and creating opportunities for faculty, students, and visiting scholars to present their academic research about issues that impact African descended communities. Her work will raise the academic profile of the AACC and its contributions to the intellectual community at NC State University.
Sachelle holds a PhD in English from Brown University and a BA in English from Emory University.



Angela Jenkins is the Library Coordinator for African American Cultural Center at NC State University.  She previously served as Manager of Library Research and User Services with a nonprofit hospital/healthcare organization in Princeton, New Jersey managing a library reference/research desk and providing information support to patrons, staff, and students.  Angela has over 25 years in Special Libraries.

Angela is a graduate of Rider University, located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, with a B.A. in Liberal Studies.  She is a member of the American Library Association, Special Libraries Association, and the Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey.  Angela’s special  interests include African, African-American History, Cities and Suburbs, Social Inequality, Sociology of Art.

Mrs. Jenkins favorite quote is, “Who the work reaches, who has access; democratizing access to information and knowledge is the primary responsibility of everyone who has access to African American history: community, writers, mentors, and supporting organizations doing work in the front and in the back.” -Imani Perry


Ronschall Love is the new program assistant in the African American Cultural Center. Originally from Kansas City, Missouri, Love attended Elohaim Bible College, St. Louis, Missouri, where she studied Christian counseling. She has also lived in Maryland.

Before coming to NC State, Love served in the U.S. Navy. She was once stationed in Key West and met her husband while in the Navy. She also worked for the federal government as a program coordinator in the U.S. Army mission support office based in Kansas City. Love reclocated to Raleigh when her husband took a position as an IT director in the pharmaceutical software industry less than two years ago. Love’s husband is also non-denominational pastor.

Love’s passions are community service, volunteer work and being active in the Christian community. She is a licensed minister, with a particular interest in ministering to young women. Since she’s been in Raleigh, she has worked at the Raleigh Rescue Mission, a co-ed homeless shelter in downtown Raleigh. Love’s church, Redemption, also works on initiatives for the homeless. She is also a member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.