Howard Office of Auxiliary Enterprises Hires LaNiece R. Tyree as Assistant Vice President

AVP LaNiece Tyree

WASHINGTON — Please join us in welcoming LaNiece R. Tyree as our new assistant vice president in the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises. Tyree comes to Howard with more than 15 years of experience in event management, logistics oversight, and site directing and officially began her tenure here on March 14.  

She is the former director of auxiliary services and event management for Prince George's Community College, with purview over campus-wide events and services including auxiliary services, event management, food service and vending, college bookstore, centers for culinary and performing arts, swimming pool maintenance, and printing and mail services.

With previous executive roles with the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, and with national tour management and security management firm NPB Companies, Tyree also has leadership experience in human resources, contract administration, vendor management, and facility management. 

Tyree is a graduate of the University of Florida and earned her MPA degree in human resources and nonprofit management from the University of West Florida in Pensacola, Florida. We are happy to welcome her to the University community and look forward to her great work. 


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