Comanche woman selected as new president of Haskell

Linda Sue Warner, a member of the Comanche Nation of Oklahoma, is the new president of Haskell Indian Nations University in Kansas.

Warner, who currently serves as a vice chancellor for the Tennessee Board of Regents, was one of two finalists for the job. She takes over Haskell on April 2.

Warner previously worked as a staff member at Haskell. She also worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs for 18 years.

Warner replaces Karen Swisher, who retired December 31.

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Haskell selects president (The Lawrence Journal-World 3/9)

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