Nikole Roebuck Becomes First Black Female Band Director at Grambling State University

Stephen G.Hall
Jun 4, 2019 - 6:49
Nikole Roebuck Becomes First Black Female Band Director at Grambling State University

Grambling State University (GSU) in Grambling, Louisiana announced the appointment of Dr. Nikole Roebuck as the new Department of Music chair and director of bands beginning June 1. Roebuck will be the first Black woman to lead the band program at the historically Black university. She will also lead the critically acclaimed and internationally known Tiger Marching Band, which was founded in 1926.  Grambling’s President Rick Gallot said Roebuck is the...

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