Save Latosha McKinney's Job at the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate, Roosevelt University

We, the undersigned, are asking Roosevelt University to keep Latosha McKinney in her current role as Senior Secretary, Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate/Chicago School of Real Estate, Roosevelt University.

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    Graeme Fehr, United States

    4 years ago Comments: She was is always in a pleasant mood. She always gives prompt responses for every situation or question. She reminds all the students of what is currently going on. Ultimately, she is a great asset to the University.
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    Dolores K. Schroeder, United States

    4 years ago Comments: I am presently the Program Consultant to the Goldie B. Wolfe Miller Women Leaders in Real Estate Initiative. Latosha McKinney has been a tremendous asset tot he program and member of the team. She is helpful, knowledgeable and knows the program in and out. She a proud cheerleader for the Goldie Scholars and the program generally. Her support has been a big asset in the growth and development of the program over the past year. I strongly urge you to keep her in her present role and additionally, to give her a pay raise, which she has truly earned and greatly deserves.
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    Shatyra C. Smith, United States

    4 years ago Comments: Hello, I wanted to take a moment to express my gratitude for Ms. Latosha McKinney. I graduated from the Real Estate program in December of 2006. Latosha has always been diligent in sending various communications to inform current and past students of jobs, programs, and other various opportunities. More importantly, she was instrumental in helping me network w/ various local companies. Earlier this year, she provided various contacts to assist me in my job search. She was very helpful and willing to go above and beyond. She is truly an asset to Roosevelt and the College of Business. Sincerely, Shatyra C. Smith 2006 Graduate
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