A North Carolina official was unanimously voted out of office after refusing to use a female black doctor’s title during a Zoom meeting.
The former Greensboro, North Carolina zoning commissioner who refused to use a woman’s correct title while addressing her during a Zoom meeting has been removed from the Zoning Commission by the City Council. In a Zoom meeting, Zoning Commissioner Tony Collins kept referring to Dr. Carrie Rosario as “Mrs. Rosario,” despite the fact that Rosario corrected him several times. Rosario, an associate professor at University of North Carolina at Greensboro.She had previously corrected someone else earlier during the call who made the same mistake and they apologized and then referred to her as Dr.