The action might prove to be illegal, though Boyd is okay with the contract and rules.
With the limited number of black, female university presidents, we’re usually quick to celebrate any woman and college that can add the rare feat to their resume. But one school is catching attention for the bizarre contract it extended to its new president, which forbids her from having potential suitors spend the night in her home for extended periods of time.
You read that right.
Gwendolyn Boyd, the new president of Alabama State University reportedly has a clause in her contract that forbids her from having love interests stay overnight in her presidential residence for extended periods of time, The Birmingham News reports.
According to her contract, the 58-year-old will receive an annual salary of $300,000, a car, and the on campus presidential residence. However, Boyd, who is single and lives alone, is not allowed to cohabitate with anyone with whom she is romantically involved with who is not her husband. She is also forbidden from allowing immediate family members to reside in the home. The stipulation is outlined in a clause in her contract.
To read that portion of the contract, click here: HuffingtonPost.com
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