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Tenured Professor and Published Author, with over 20 years experience in higher education and public policy, and an exceptional track record in providing outstanding program direction and leadership, seeking a challenging
Public Policy Affairs Director/Senior Specialist position
Institutions/External Agencies/Government Department Collaborative Interface | State and Federal Legislation Familiarity | Regulatory Aspects of Public Policy and Administration | Educational Opportunity Improvement | Human Capital Development | Educational Research | Program Data Statistical Analysis | Research and Report Preparation | Analytical, Statistical, Software Utilization Capabilities
Walden University, Laureate Education, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences,
School of Public Policy Administration, Minneapolis, MN, 2017-Present
Contributing Faculty Member
Expertly utilize subject matter expertise in teaching doctoral-level DPPA courses covering government administration/non-profit management, ethics, and action research/quantitative/qualitative research methods; also provide advisement for dissertation committee members working with students on doctoral capstone projects.
Continually ensure that projects align with University requirements for content, methodology, research and form/style; serve as doctoral student advisor and as member of Institutional Review Board (IRB) and University Research Review (URR), providing coordination, supervision and participation in residencies/workshops.
Fayetteville State University, School of Education, Fayetteville, NC, 2004-Present
Department of Middle Grades, Secondary and Special Education
Associate Professor (Tenured), 2012-Present
Director of Research and Associate Professor (Tenured), 2010-2013
As Director of the University Research Center, continually promoted the importance of conducting research in the educational sector and disseminating the findings with the goal of improving educational opportunities and the development of human capital; responsibilities included developing statistical analysis of surfaced data and supporting faculty personnel in utilizing capabilities during collaborative interaction with school districts, agencies and local governments toward community support.
Developed in-depth knowledge of relevant state/federal legislation as well as policy regulations covering public policy/administration, and drafted/interpreted regulations concerning state/federal policies and procedures; also was an active participant on multiple academic boards/governing bodies/task group committees, led collaborative partnerships with institutions, external agencies and government departments, and became highly proficient in the use of various software programs.
Took leadership role in supporting networking/training for special education mediators, complaint investigators, due process hearing personnel and SEA staff regarding various legal issues involving parents/school districts and developing effective remediation strategies.
Drove multiple federal/state initiatives designed to improve North Carolina low-achieving schools; strong contributor to North Carolina Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) higher education committee tasked with managing 1003(a) and 1003(g) school improvement grants as well as working with Priority and Focus schools.
Tasked with working with LEA leadership in steering development/implementation of formalized accountability program; recommended methodologies/tools designed to improve school performance in support of accountability for managing master data within the NCDPI.
Provided expert support, as Chair and as member, to committees within the Department of Educational Leadership and Criminal Justice; as Director was responsible for teaching multiple courses, providing advisement and counsel to students, performing research and serving as a contributing faculty member in the School of Education.
Department Chairperson and Associate Professor (Tenured), 2006-2010
Expertly steered teaching, service and professional activities for Department of Middle Grades, Secondary and Special Education; designed and implemented short-/long-range goals, adroitly oversaw accreditation process, continually promoted curriculum development and utilized exceptional communication strengths in working with Department personnel.
Strong proponent of increasing program enrollment through facilitation of exceptional recruitment/retention strategies; developed departmental budgets and authored faculty evaluations for use by Dean in tenure, promotion, retention and advancement award decision-making; also offered hiring recommendations for faculty members, staff and graduate assistants.
Program Coordinator for Middle Grades and Secondary Education, 2004-2010
As Graduate faculty member within the School of Education, taught up to three courses in Educational Psychology, Educational Research, Instructional Technology, Education Law and Policy and Professional Ethics; utilized teaching strategies/techniques to meet needs of diverse learners, provided referrals to community sources for intern placements and reviewed/revised special education curriculum to meet National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE)/State/local standards and assist in preparation for Council visit.
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Served as Coordinator of Middle Grades, Secondary Education Program and continually ensured adherence to professional organizational standards, collaborated with schools to assure compliance with Program requirements, and was strong contributing participant on doctoral dissertation/departmental/University committees; regularly provided information regarding special/gifted education and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Successfully blended best practices with team work in executing organizational goals/strategies/measures resulting in moving departmental from enrollment/retention decreases to increases of 15-20% in student program completion over three year timeframe.
Developed 17+ online undergraduate/graduate courses to lead department in enhancing distance education instruction through efforts with the Defense Base Closure and Realignment (BRAC) initiative; also during 2008-09 academic year was successful in securing external grant funding, as co-collaborator for funding of $675K and as lead for grant funding of $192K.
Skillfully examined internal control processes leading to improvements in departmental financial accounting operations; was co-author of Secondary Education teacher manual on program standards for meeting student/community employer needs.
Ensured academic departmental maintenance of NCATE and SACS teacher education accreditation programs, and directed review of program offerings, curriculum and policies/procedures, placing focus on student enrollment/retention; successfully recorded 77% student program retention rate over three-year period.
Worked closely in co-developing agreements with community colleges in the College of Arts and Sciences including Business, Marketing, Science, Mathematics, History, Sociology and Political Science, Education BK-12 and Special Subjects, i.e. Music, Art, and in the greater Southeastern North Carolina-Central Xxxxxx regions.
Recognition of outstanding leadership capabilities by University Provost resulted in being selected to serve as Chair of University Academic Integrity Committee, with responsibilities for managing student grievances and any issues of student offenses, including such areas as plagiarism.
Xxxxxx Department of Health, Division of Child and Family Health
Reproductive Health Programs, Richmond, VA, 2011-2013
Adolescent Health Education Program Manager
Was responsible for managing Abstinence Education Grant Program (AEGP); ensured completion of required reports, continuation applications and fiscal management, implemented local health district funding model, developed research collection instrumentation, statistically analyzed program data, interacted with procurement staff, communicated funding application process, developed fund awarding review process and designed a Memorandum of Agreement for each funded site.
Expertly monitored each site and designed any needed corrective actions to ensure achievement of grant objectives; implemented data collection/evaluation, collaborated with OFHS Division of Policy and Assessment to maintain web-based collection system and assure accurate data collection, compiled health statistics to establish trends and facilitated interventions to limit disease spread/impact.
Collected/analyzed various statistics/health data and formulated public health policies/planning, coordinated state preparedness/responses, and ensured provision of health care/educational services for identified populations toward preserving adolescent health, safety and welfare of the public.
Xxxxxx State University, School of Liberal Arts and Education,
Department of Educational Leadership, Petersburg, VA, 2001-2004
Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Programs in Special Education
Xxxxxx Department of Correctional Education, Richmond, VA, 1997-2001
Senior Program Management Analyst, Academic Programs
Richard Milburn Middle School, Xxxxxx County Public Schools, Xxxxxx, VA, 1995-1997
Middle Grades Teacher (6-8) Alternative Education
Xxxxxx Department of Child, Youth and Family Services, Richmond, VA, 1993-1995
Program Specialist, Academic Programs
Walden University, Minneapolis, MN,
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.), Public Policy and Administration, Law and Public Policy Specialization, 2017
Xxxxxx Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), Administration and Supervision of Special Education, 2002
Xxxxxx State University, Petersburg, VA, Master of Education (M.Ed.), 1998
Xxxxxx Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology, 1995
Commonwealth of Xxxxxx Licensure Post-Graduate Professional Licensure in Administration and Supervision PreK-12, Curriculum and Instruction, Emotional Disturbance, Learning Disabilities, Psychology
Comprehensive information on all Technology, Awards and Honors, Committee Membership, Referred Publications and Published Papers, Magazine and Newspaper Citations, Research Grants and Fellowships/Scholarships, and Professional Affiliations/Memberships is available on the attached Addendum
Microsoft Office: Word/PowerPoint/Excel/Access/ Outlook
Online teaching tools: Canvas, Desire2Learn, Tegrity, Blackboard Collaborate 6,7, and 8, TurnItIn, and Respondus
Adobe Photoshop, PageMaker, and Document Services
Moddle and Second Life-Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment
Banner and People Soft system advisement software applications
LAN/WAN, Workstations, MS-SQL, Network Firewalls
Selected as a Research Advocate, Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice, University of California-Berkeley Law School, Berkeley, CA, February 2, 2015
Fayetteville State University, University of North Carolina, Certificate of Recognition and Achievement, Research and Sponsored Programs, April 10, 2013 (2012)
Selected to serve on Educational Testing Service (ETS) Praxis Psychology National Advisory Committee, Princeton, NJ (2009-2014)
Educational Testing Service (ETS) Visiting Scholar Program, Princeton, NJ, In residence June 2-27, 2008. (2008-2009)
Marquis Who s Who in American Education (2008-2009) 9th Edition
Marquis Who s Who of American Women (2009) 50th Anniversary Edition
Bridges Academic Leadership for Women (2009) University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, William and Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education
Marquis Who s Who (2007) Emerging Leaders. 1st Edition
Selected as an Exemplary Member at Large for Epsilon Pi Tau (Best in the Profession Technology) Bowling Green State University (2006)
Member, Independent Study, Dissertation, Thesis, Research Supervision Doctoral Dissertation,
Master s Thesis, and Honors Thesis Committees
Carr, A.V. (2017) North Carolina Elementary School Administrators Perceptions on School Building Conditions and the Influence on Student Performance. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Oxendine, M. (2017) Investigation of Students Perceptions of Their Distance Learning Experiences at Two Selected North Carolina Community Colleges . Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Townsend, A. E. (2012) The Social Organization and Institutional Policy of the Juvenile Justice System in North Carolina. Unpublished Masters Thesis. Fayetteville State University.
McCormick, S.D. (2011) North Carolina elementary teachers' and school executives' perceptions of working conditions, leadership practices, teacher morale, and school improvement planning. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Archambault, P.L. (2011) A Qualitative Study on Educational Leaders Perceptions of Transition Programs in Selected North Carolina Secondary Schools. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Gates-Rice, L. (2011) Principals Perceptions of the Early College High School Model on the Academic, Social, and Emotional Readiness of students in Selected North Carolina Early College High Schools. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Harpe, M. (2010) A Relationship Study on Student Retention Among Traditional and Non-Traditional Students in North Carolina Community Colleges. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Applewhite, M. (2009) "An Investigation of Elementary Teachers' and Principals' Perceptions of Teacher Working Conditions and Academic Achievement in North Carolina," Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Washington, D. (2009) An Investigation of Faculty's Perceptions on Traditional and On-Line Instruction at Post-Secondary Institutions in North Carolina," Other (Within Fayetteville State University). Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
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Purcell, R. (2007) "Teachers' Perceptions on the Effects of School Reform on Student Achievement and Teachers' Practices in a North Carolina School District," Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Fayetteville State University.
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2018) National Association of African American Studies, Paper and Presentation Title: An Alignment between the Choosing the Best Curriculum and Federal Title V Guidelines, February 15, 2018, published monograph
Aldridge, P.R., Jeffery, P. Taylor, G. & Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2017) Social Skills Training for Students of Color with Disabilities through the Use of Social Networking. Multicultural Education Vol. 24, Issue Winter 2017, pp. 34-38
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2017) A Study of Student Evaluations of African American Faculty at a Historically Black College and University (HBCU) International Journal of Current Research Vol. 0000 xxxxxx xxxx , xxxx , xxxxx 00000-52337, June 2017
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2017) A Literature Review of Retention and Recruitment Strategies of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Journal of Advances in Social Science and Humanities, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 5, June 2017. ISSN 2395-6542. Available at: http://www.jassh.in/index.php/jassh/article/view/215>
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2016) A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Selected Federal Title V Programs in the Commonwealth of Xxxxxx. Review of Policy Research Vol. 33, Issue 05, September 2016, pp.489-494
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2016) Bullying, Social Acceptance, and Social Adjustment of LGBTQ Adolescents Conference Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Conference of the College Board: A Dream Deferred Conference, Charlotte, NC, March 7-8.
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2015) 3rd Annual Chicago International Conference on Education paper title: Cyber bullying among Students who are Seriously Emotionally Disturbed and Specifically Learning Disabled, May 26-27, 2015
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2015) Journal of Education and Human Development, article title: Cyber-bullying among Seriously Emotionally Disturbed and Specifically Learning Disabled Students, May 2015, Vol. 4, No. 2, May 2015
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2015) The 34th Annual Conference of the American Council on Rural Special Education, Hampton Inn Convention Center, New Orleans, LA, Research Paper Presentation entitled: Cyber-bullying among students with Serious Emotional and Specific Learning Disabilities in Rural Settings, March 18-21, 2015
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2015) National Association of African American Studies, Paper and Presentation Title: An Evaluation of Title V Abstinence Education Programs in Two Urban Middle Schools, February 12, 2015, published monograph
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2013) 63rd Annual Meeting, The Westin New York at Times Square, New York, NY, Paper Title: An Evaluation of Selected Middle School Abstinence Education Programs. August 9- 11
Barringer-Brown, C. H. & Aldridge, P.R. (2012) One Voice Collection of Scholarly Works 2012, Paper and Presentation Title: Cyber-bullying among Seriously Emotionally Disturbed and Specifically Learning Disabled Students, November 17, 2012, Rye Brook, NY
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2012) One Voice Collection of Scholarly Works 2012, Paper and Title: Perceptions of Faculty Teaching College Courses in Correctional Programs, September 28- 29, 2012, Montreal, Canada
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2012) One Voice Collection of Scholarly Works 2012, Paper and Presentation Title: An Evaluation of Two Selected North Carolina Abstinence Education Programs, July 14, 2012, Sonesta Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2012) Xxxxxx Commonwealth University/Medical College of Xxxxxx, Conference: Women's Health Research Day, Presentation Title: An Evaluation of Selected Abstinence Education Programs, April 4, 2012, Richmond, VA
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2011) Paper and Presentation Topic: Policy Implications and the Costs of Juvenile Delinquency, Northeast Conference on Public Administration, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York (SUNY) Conference, October 28-29, 2011
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2010) Journal of Correctional Education Presentation Title: Higher Education in Correctional Institutions, Office of Institutional Education Programs: Together with CEA Region II Professional Staff Development Conference, September 15-17, Waterfront Place Hotel, Morgantown, WV
Barringer-Brown, C. (2009) Educational and Intellectual Reports of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders: Suggestions for Instructional Practice and Community Placement, International Journal of Special Education, Vol. 23 No 2
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2009) A Case Study of Four Gifted Underachieving African American Males. Proceedings of Fourth Annual Conference of the College Board: A Dream Deferred Conference, Los Angeles, CA, May 20-23
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Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2008) A Study of the Use of Technology in the Curriculum: A Model For Teacher Consultation. Journal of Technology Education, Volume 20, Number 1, Fall, pp. 27-38.
Barringer-Brown, C.H. & Brown, D. N. (2008). A Case Study of the Social Needs of an Underachieving Gifted African American Female. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Achievement and Closing Gaps Conference March 31 April 2, 2008, Greensboro, NC, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2008). A Study of the Relationship Between the Problem-Solving Ability and Achievement of Pre-School Low-Income African American Children. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Achievement and Closing Gaps Conference March 31 April 2, 2008, Greensboro, NC, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction
Barringer-Brown, C.H., (2008). Blackboard and WebCT used as E-Learning Tool: A Study of Technology Education Students Perceptions, Journal of Technology Education, Volume 20, Number 2, Spring, pp. 7-15
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2008). Open Source: A Curriculum Model for a Global Society, Proceedings of Ninth Annual Conference of the University of North Carolina TLT. Raleigh, NC, March 12-14
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2007) Designing an Assistive Technology Portfolio Tool Guide for Young School-Aged. Children Journal of Special Education Technology, Volume 22, Number 4, Fall, pp. 17-24
Barringer-Brown, C.H., Exemplary Initiations Bringing Out the Best of the Technology Professions . A publication of The Epsilon Pi Tau Preceptor (Journal of Technology Studies), Bowling Green, OH, Volume 24, Number 1, Spring 2007
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2007). Using Student Assessment of Learning Gains (SALG) Data to Inform Course-Evaluation Revision. Proceedings of Eighth Annual Conference of the University of North Carolina TLT. Raleigh, NC, March 21-23
Kodippili, A.., Barringer-Brown, C. H., & Senaratne, D. (2007) Is Computer Generated Interactive Math Homework as Effective as Traditional Instructor Graded Homework. Proceedings of Eighth Annual Conference of the University of North Carolina TLT. Raleigh, NC, March 21-23
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2006). Developing a Dialogue Skill for a Team Building Activity Course: A Case Study (Survey of Exceptional Education). pp. 141-149 in Proceedings of STEC 43rd Annual National Conference. Epsilon Pi Tau. (Journal of Technology Studies), Nashville, TN, November 2-5
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2006) Reading and Listening Activities in the Elementary and Middle Grades (exceptional education programming) Proceedings for 23rd Annual Conference of North Carolina Association of Teacher Assistants. Greensboro, NC, May 23-25
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2006) Developing a Dialogue Skill for a Team Building Activity Course: A Case Study (Computers in Education). Proceedings of Seventh Annual Conference of the University of North Carolina TLT. Raleigh, NC, March 15-17
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2004). Developing a Plan for Diverse Programming for Exceptional Learners. pp. 73-75 in Vol. I of Proceedings of 33rd Annual People to People Delegation Conference University of Washington, Beijing, China, May 26-30
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2012) Response to Melody Hopkins, Sister 2 Sister Magazine, June 2012, Firecrakers, pg. 74
Barringer-Brown, C.H. cited by Lindsey, H., (2010) Dysfunctional Families Can Promote Crime. The Richmond Times Dispatch, Published on Sunday, December 19, 2010, Editorial Page. LexusNexus.
Barringer-Brown, C.H. cited by Taylor, W., (2010) Let s Let Everyone Out of Jail. The Richmond Times Dispatch, Published on Thursday, December 16, 2010, Editorial Page, LexusNexus
Barringer-Brown, C.H. (2010) U.S. Prison System. The Richmond Times Dispatch, Published on Friday, December 10, 2010, Editorial Page. LexusNexus
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2008, March). Your Letters. Essence Magazine, pp. 21-22
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2007). Are You a Helicopter Parent? The Fayetteville Observer, Published on Tuesday, December 11, Section E
Barringer-Brown, C. H. (2007). Opinion. The Fayetteville Observer, Opinion Section (F)
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Grant Program Manager Abstinence Education Grant Program
Population target: Hispanic and Latino youth aged 10-14 Grantee: Xxxxxx Department of Health awarded from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Three year grant cycle: $1, 156,000.00 annually (2010-2013)
Faculty Development Grant- Principal Research Investigator Research topic: Faculty Perceptions of Teaching Courses in Correctional Education College Programs
Grantee: Fayetteville State University Fayetteville, NC
Grant Funded award: $8,000.00 (Summer 2012)
Faculty Development Grant- Principal Research Investigator Research topic: Innovations in Global Climate Change (IGCCE) Opportunities in NASA STEM (EONS)
To support teacher education and development in Southeastern North Carolina climate change study
Grantee: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Submitted: March 2011-TBA-Grant Funded award: $250,000 (Fall 2011)
Faculty Development Grant- Principal Research Investigator
Research topic: Middle School Mathematics and Success of First Year in College among Males
College Board: Presentation: May 20-23, 2009 Los Angeles, CA
Grantee: Fayetteville State University
Grant Funded award: $5,000.00 (Spring 2009)
Educational Testing Service (ETS) Visiting Scholar Program
Princeton, NJ, In residence June 2-27, 2008. (2008-2009)
Summer Fellowship Research Grant Awarded: $20,000.00
Grant Co-Program Director 2008-09
NC Quest Grant: Middle Mathematics Academy
Fayetteville State University
Grant Funded award: $167,000.00
Grant Principal Investigator
Department of Educational Leadership
School of Liberal Arts and Education
Grantee: Xxxxxx State University, Petersburg, VA
Title: Improving Mathematics Performance of At Risk Students and Students with Learning Disabilities in Urban Middle Schools Direct costs per year: $261,333
Total costs for project period: $784,000
Award/Project period: 01/01/2002 12/31/2004
Funded through the Office of Special Education Programs prior to the establishment of NCSER
Grant Principal Investigator (June 1999-December 2002)
Grantee: Xxxxxx Department of Social Services, Richmond, VA
Purpose: Collection of survey data to support dissertation research (Title: School Aged Child Care in the Commonwealth of Xxxxxx)
Direct costs per year: $2,550
Total costs for project period: $7,650
Award period: 06/01//1999 06/01/2002
Grant Principal Investigator (June 1999-January 2000)
Grantee: Xxxxxx Department of Correctional Education, Richmond, VA
Title: Evaluating the effectiveness of reading interventions for students with serious learning disabilities (SLD)
Direct costs per year: $439,250
Total costs for project period: $1,757,000 Award period: 01/01/1999 12/31/2002
Funded through the Office of Special Education Programs prior to the establishment of NCSER
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Grant Principal Investigator and Program Director 1998-99
District Program Supervisor, 21st Century Community Learning Centers
U.S. Department of Education (Elementary and Secondary Education Programs)
Grant goal: Improvement of student Standards of Learning Test Scores in rural southwestern Xxxxxx
Montgomery County Public Schools, Montgomery County, VA
Direct costs per year: $681,250
Total costs for project period: $2,043,750
Project period: 08/01/1998 08/31/2001 (3 academic school years)
Department of Administration and Supervision of Special Education
Xxxxxx Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA
Scholarship grantor: U.S. Department of Education (Special Education Programs)
Personnel Preparation Grant under Individuals with Disabilities Act (IDEA)
Scholarship period: Fall 2008 through Spring 2001
Grant Awarded; $60,000.00
Reading Remediation grade 2 (Title I Summer School program)
Program Research Goal: To evaluate the potential efficacy of theoretically motivated instructional reading programs for children in grade 2 with mild reading difficulties. These programs are based upon increasingly convergent evidence that early reading difficulties are primarily due to two core linguistic deficits: phonological awareness and naming retrieval/access speed.
Pocahontas Elementary School, Powhatan County Public School, Powhatan, VA
Grant Awarded; $7,000.00
Project period: June 1998-August 1998
Member, American Society for Public Administration (ASPA)
Member, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM)
Editorial Board Member, Scientific Journals International
Former Vice-President, Kappa Delta Pi, International Education Honor Society, Xi Zeta Chapter, Xxxxxx Polytechnic Institute and State University
Member and Fayetteville State University Campus Co-Coordinator, Alpha Kappa Mu Educational Honor Society
Member, International Technology Education Association (ITEA)
Exemplary Member at Large, Epsilon Pi Tau (Professionals in Technology)
Member, South Eastern Technology Education Conference (SETEC)
Member, National Education Association (NEA)
Member and Fayetteville State University Campus Coordinator, International Technology Education Association
Council of Exceptional Children/ Council of Administrators of Special Education (CASE)
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I am currently seeking a challenging Senior-level Public Policy Administration Management position that will enable me to utilize my expertise gained over a long-term career within the public policy workplace as well as in academia, and am submitting my Resume for your consideration.
My academic credentials, as detailed on the attached Resume, include a Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration, with Law and Public Policy Specialization, earned at Walden University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I have also earned a Doctor of Education in Administration and Supervision of Special Education from Xxxxxx Polytechnic Institute and State University in Blacksburg, Xxxxxx, a Master of Education from the Xxxxxx State University in Petersburg, Xxxxxx, and a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy gained at the Xxxxxx Commonwealth University in Richmond.
Currently, I serve as a Contributing Faculty Member for the Walden University, School of Public Policy Administration, where I teach doctoral-level DPPA courses covering government administration and non-profit management, ethics and action research methodologies including qualitative and quantitative research. Additionally, I serve in an advisor role for dissertation committee members who work with students on various doctoral capstone projects. I am diligent in ensuring consistent compliance by all projects with University requirements for content, process and methodology, research activities and product form and style. I also work directly with doctoral students, providing advisement based on my many years of relevant subject-matter involvement and developed expertise, and serve the University as a member of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) and the University Research Review (URR) with responsibilities for coordinating, supervising and participating in residencies and workshops.
Concurrent with my work at Walden University in Public Policy Administration I also am affiliated with the School of Education of Fayetteville State University in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where I am currently a tenured Associate Professor; earlier assignments with Fayetteville included tenured positions as Director of Research and Associate Professor, and Department Chairperson and Associate Professor, and earlier with the University I served as Program Coordinator for Middle Grades and Secondary Education.
Over the course of my 20-year career, I have had the opportunity to be a contributing participant to a wide array of relevant seminars, conferences and meetings, where I was able to present important topic papers and reports to my professional colleagues. I have also been fortunate in having a number of my presentation materials published in various magazines and newspapers. Additionally, I have been the recipient of multiple awards and honors, have participated on a large number of academic committees, have managed multiple research grants and hold membership in multiple professional associations including the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) and the Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management (APPAM). A more comprehensive listing of my various involvements, assignments and projects has been included in the attached Addendum.
Throughout my career I have exhibited a commitment to quality and consistent compliance with critical governing directives, standards, policies and procedures. I am confident in my ability to deliver immediate and long-term results, and you will find me to be a performance-driven leader and collaborative team player focused on achieving and surpassing goals.
I am eager to discuss how my qualifications match your needs, and look forward to interviewing with you at your earliest convenience.
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