Monk-Morgan accepts new role with Kansas Leadership Center

Dr. Kaye Monk-Morgan, vice president for the Office of Strategic Engagement and Planning, has accepted a new role as the chief impact officer for the Kansas Leadership Center. Her last day at Wichita State will be May 13.

Wichita State will explore options on filling Monk-Morgan’s current responsibilities and will communicate that information when it’s available.

Monk-Morgan has been a member of WSU’s campus community since earning the Gore Scholarship as a student in 1989. Since then, she has served in leadership roles across campus and has served the academic and student affairs divisions, and led the development of the Office of Strategic Engagement and Planning.

“I’ve grown up here, and the formal and professional experiences enjoyed at Wichita State have taken me all over the world in service to others,” she said. “It will be hard to leave, but I can say with pride that I did my absolute best to make WSU the university that I needed as a student and one where my own children could thrive. It’s my hope that some of those efforts were successful and others will come.”

There will be a celebration of Monk-Morgan’s 30 years of service at 3:30 p.m. April 28 in the 262 RSC.