Division Leadership

Marsha Besong, Ed.D.
Vice Chancellor for Student Academic Success
Dr. Marsha Besong is the Assistant Chancellor for Student Academic Success at Rutgers University-Camden. Dr. Besong has worked in a variety of positions in the non-profit and education sectors and prides herself on successfully developing and implementing robust student-centered programs that promote student success. Dr. Besong’s career is multi-faceted and she has directed a community center focusing on holistic educational and support services for pre-school students through adults for Philadelphia’s Beacon School Project; managed student success initiatives and student affairs at Harcum College; managed strategic planning and school reform efforts for two elementary schools at Drexel University, and implemented a Department of Labor grant at the School District of Philadelphia to increase student achievement and career readiness at ten persistently dangerous comprehensive high schools. When not developing new student programming, she enjoys travelling the world and has visited seventeen countries with many more to see.
Dr. Besong received her B.A. in African American Studies from Temple University, M.S in Non-Profit Management from Eastern University, and Ed.D. in Leadership and Innovation from Wilmington University.
Randi Mayers, Ed.D.
Director of Student Academic Success


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Ajeenah Nuriddin-Little, Ed.D.
Director of Academic Support

Dr. Ajeenah Nuriddin-Little is the Director of Academic Support at Rutgers-University Camden. She joined the Rutgers-Camden community in October of 2016. Prior to Rutgers-Camden, Ajeenah served as the Assistant Dean of Student Support Services at Peirce College among other roles during her thirteen years. She was responsible for supporting traditional and nontraditional students while leading student success initiatives such as the Developmental Education program, state and federal grant programs and retention management initiatives. In addition, Ajeenah served on the Middle States Commission on Higher Education Self-Study Steering Committee as well as lead a cross-functional committee responsible for the implementation of the strategic plan initiative under Guidance and Support.

Dr. Nuriddin-Little received her Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Rowan University, M.S. in Human Resource Counseling and her B. A. in Psychology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Ajeenah enjoys spending quality time with her husband and three beautiful children.