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Dennis Amoateng announces departure from Doane come May

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Dennis Amoateng will be leaving Doane in May. Currently, he holds the positions of chief judicial officer, Title IX coordinator and director of Residential Life and Education, according to doane.edu.

It was announced Monday that Dennis Amoateng will be leaving Doane in May.

Amoateng holds the positions of chief judicial officer, Title IX coordinator and director of Residential Life and Education, according to doane.edu.

These positions will be delegated within the Student Affairs Office. Megan Failor, associate director of residential life, will serve as interim director of residential life and chief judicial officer. Carrie Lovelace Petr, vice president for student affairs and dean of students will serve as interim Title IX coordinator, he said. Petr has also taken charge of Greek Life in the recent vacancy of a director.

Amoateng said he had worked at Doane since 2016. His decision to leave was based on a “great career opportunity,” he said.

He will be moving to Seattle and taking a position in the Title IX Office at the University of Washington.

Amoateng said he looked forward to the opportunity and new challenges in his career.

The Student Affairs Office will host a farewell reception on April 30. The reception will begin at 2:00 p.m. and end at 4:00 p.m.

According to an email from the SAO, his last day will be May 3.

“I will miss the family atmosphere, my staff and an overall great place of work,” Amoateng said.