Tammy Carter, who served as a counselor at William Woods University in 2001-2002, has returned to the university as coordinator of multicultural affairs.
Carter, who lives in Columbia, earned her B.A. in psychology from the University of Missouri and her M.S. in counseling psychology at Central Missouri State University. She has taught psychology at CMSU, Central Methodist University and William Woods.
While at CMSU, she received several honors, including an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Greek Life Association, the Outstanding Graduate Student in Psychology Award and an Outstanding Academic Achievement Award. She also was chosen for membership in Psi Chi, national honor society in psychology.
Carter is a committee member of the Arts and Science Collaborative Electronic Network Development (ASCEND), an organization designed to foster collaboration between the humanities and computing sciences.
She is active in Second Missionary Baptist Church, where she is a missionary board member and online ministry committee member.