University of Richmond has promoted Tina Cade to associate vice president in the Office of Student Development. She has worked at the university 23 years, most recently as director of multicultural affairs and assistant to the vice president for student development.
In her new position, Cade will have increased responsibilities for special student development projects, serve on additional university committees and assist students with disabilities. She will continue as director of multicultural affairs.
Cade established the university’s Office of Multicultural Affairs and developed the Oliver Hill Scholars Program (formerly the CIGNA Scholars Program), which helps recruit and retain African-American students. Cade also has developed several mentoring and support programs for under-represented communities across campus.
Outside the university, she is chair of the Tinina Q. Cade Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps families dealing with infertility issues. She is an active member of The LINKS Inc., a volunteer service organization that promotes cultural enrichment and economic well-being of people of African ancestry.