Cynthia Jacobs Carter

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"Historian Dr. Cynthia Jacobs Carter is director of development at Howard University and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University and The George Washington University, where she teaches courses in women’s studies. She has designed and taught several courses on such topics as “Black Women in the African Diaspora” and “The Gullah Culture.” She is founder of the Africana Women’s Nexxus Institute in Washington, D.C. She curated the exhibition “Africana Woman at the Dawn of the New Millennium,” sponsored by the White House Millennium Council and The George Washington University. Dr. Carter lives in Kingstowne, Virginia, with her husband, Karl W. Carter, Jr." [1]