Dr. Arthur D. Vaughn

Dr. Arthur D. Vaughn

Breakout Session: Training: Governance/Legal Considerations of Non-Profit Boards

Dr. Arthur D. Vaughn is a native New Yorker who has called Cobb County, Georgia home since 1995. Over the last 20 years, he has served as a senior leader in higher education at institutions including Harris Stowe State University, Morehouse College, and Morehouse School of Medicine.

He has been a lecturer with the United Way Volunteer Involvement Program (VIP) where he has trained community leaders in non-profit board governance and leadership. His debut book “Survivors Remorse” chronicles his physical and emotional journey through his heart transplant and recovery process.

In 2022, Vaughn was recognized as Man of the Year by the 100 Black Men of North Metro Atlanta, Inc. and recognized with the Dr. James T. Black award by the 100 Black Men of America for his work addressing health disparities locally and nationally. In addition to the 100 Black Men of America, Vaughn is a member of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, Inc. (the Boule) and a life member of both the NAACP and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

He received a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Syracuse University; a Master of Public Administration from Clark Atlanta University; a Master of Science in accounting from Kennesaw State University and a doctorate in higher education leadership from the University of Georgia.

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