Beverly Barrington serves as the vice president for strategic planning, analysis, and institutional effectiveness, where she provides oversight for the university’s strategic planning, institutional research, and assessment units. She has over 30 years of experience in higher education, beginning her career at FAMU as a computer programmer. Since then, she has served in numerous administrative positions at FAMU to include work in strategic planning, technology management and development, regional accreditation, institutional research and reporting, and project management.
Prior positions include serving as the associate vice president, assistant vice president, and director for strategic planning, and the director of reporting and the project director for the university’s implementation of its enterprise resource planning system for the student and financial management systems. Additionally, she served as the co-chair of the university’s strategic planning initiative in 2017 and serves on the university’s SACSCOC leadership team. She has also been employed as an adjunct instructor in the computer science department at FAMU.
Barrington received a BS degree in business management from Florida State University and an MS degree in software engineering from Florida A&M University.