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Carol Shuab

Carol is the case manager and coordinator for all complaints made to the Office of Equity Assurance. She assists investigators and works to ensure compliance with federal guidelines and WVU regulations.

A native to West Virginia, Carol earned her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology from WVU and her Masters of Arts (MA) in Counseling from The George Washington University in Washington, DC.

A native of West Virginia, Carol earned her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology from West Virginia University in 1993. She moved to Washington DC where she earned her Master of Arts (MA) in Counseling from The George Washington University in 1997.  Carol has been licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor in West Virginia since 2010.

Upon her return to Morgantown, Carol worked at the WV Family Grief Center and then for the WVU School of Pharmacy prior to coming to the Office of Equity Assurance in April 2016. 

Carol serves as the Program Coordinator for the Office of Equity Assurance.  In this capacity she coordinates cases and ensures compliance with federal guidelines and WVU regulations. 

When not in the office Carol enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors as much as possible.

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