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Overall Coordinator
HBCU/MI Entrepreneurship and Innovation
Shamima Amin served as the Chief of Staff of Tuskegee University. Prior to joining Tuskegee University, she had over seventeen years of executive level experience covering all aspects of administration. She served in administrative leadership positions (Chief of Staff, Director of Library, Archives, Media Center, & Coordinator of Distance Learning) and faculty positions at the University of Florida, Savannah State University and Tuskegee University. She also served as an executive at Sunrise International, Inc.
She attended University of Dhaka, University of Florida, Atlanta University and Harvard University and received her MLIS, undergraduate, and educational and leadership training. She was one of the pioneers in developing Georgia’s statewide premier and nationally recognized digital library, Georgia Library Learning Online (GALILEO). 
She was the overall coordinator of the nationally renowned higher education event that has served as a catalyst to spur entrepreneurship programs at HBCU across America. Drawing on Amin’s management prowess, the program has grown consistently year-to-year and has emerged as a nexus of activity and networking for university presidents, faculty members, business leaders, and students alike. Shamima served on numerous national committees and non-profit boards as members and chairs, which includes America’s Second Harvest Food Bank of Coastal Georgia, Better Business Bureau, etc. She can read, write, and speak in Bengali, French and German. She traveled extensively to over fifty-five countries in five different continents. She has been included in Who’s Who in America (Millennium edition), Who’s Who in the South and Southwest, and International Who’s Who of Professional Management.