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Moxley, Frank O.
Birth Year : 1908
Death Year : 2004
Frank O. Moxley was the first African American graduate and the first African American to earn a master's degree in psychology from Western Kentucky University (WKU). He earned his bachelor degree from Wilberforce University in 1926. Moxley created the position of guidance counselor in Kentucky schools and was the first African American guidance counselor in the school system. He was active in the Bowling Green NAACP and helped establish Cumberland Trace Legal Services. He earned a doctorate in psychology at East Coast University/National University in Florida. Frank Otha Moxley was born in Bowling Green, KY, the son of James and Hester Moxley. For more see Bowling Green Daily News, 08/11/2004; WKU Hall of Distinguished Alumni; and Dr. F. O. Moxley: Trailblazer [oral history] by Brendan David Bush (FA421), at Western Kentucky University, Manscripts and Folklife Archives.
Listen to the audios and read the transcripts to Dr. Frank Moxley oral history interviews in the Kentucky Historical Society, Civil Rights Movement In Kentucky Oral History Project.
Subjects: Education and Educators, Medical Field, Health Care, NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
Geographic Region: Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky