Five questions with … Carrilyn Stevens Long at Walsh University

Carrilyn Stevens Long is the director of multicultural affairs and adviser to the Black Student Union, LatinX Student Club, Thea Bowman Scholars and MOSAIC Peer Mentors at Walsh University.

She graduated from Sandy Valley High School before receiving a bachelor’s degree in family and human ecology and education from The Ohio State University. She also earned a master’s degree in social service administration from Case Western Reserve University. She will be earning a doctorate degree in educational leadership from Walden University in the fall.

She grew up in Waynesburg with seven siblings. Her parents are Eddie and Madeline Stevens. She has two children, George A. Long Jr. and Elizabeth Sharee Long (d. 1986).

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