Program Coordinator – BPLI & DRI
B.A., North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Chapel Hill native Arminta D. Foushee received a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from North Carolina A&T State University in 1979, with a concentration in industrial psychology.
Prior to joining the staff of North Carolina Central University School of Law, she was employed as Site Manager for the State of North Carolina Office of Minority Health and Human Services AmeriCorps programs statewide. Prior to that, Foushee was a Resource and Sourcing Manager with the University of North Carolina’s Center for Dramatic Arts at PlayMakers Repertory Company, entering that position after being Director of Development at the Hayti Heritage Center. Foushee has numerous years of experience in Human Resources, much of which was gained at Washington, D.C.’s largest umbrella of healthcare facilities, the Washington Hospital Center. She also served as Employment Manager at Prince Georges General Hospital and Medical Center in Chervely, Maryland.
Foushee is married to attorney Geoffrey H. Simmons. Her son Christian, a Berklee College of Music graduate, is an accomplished pianist. She enjoys history, preservation projects, fine arts, and travel along the Mediterranean seaboard.