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1 , Ed.D. Southern Union State Community College P.O. Box 1000 Wadley, AL (256) OBJECTIVE Directing academic advising, planning, articulation and course equivalencies, class scheduling, retention, institutional effectiveness, multicultural programs; and teaching orientation to college, business management, and higher education administration courses. EXPERIENCE Director, Academic Advising Wadley Campus and College Diversity Programs Coordinator Southern Union State Community College November present Provide academic advising, course scheduling, registration, retention tracking, and clearing students for graduation. Work extensively with the statewide articulation reporting system (STARS), the computerized academic transfer planning program designed to inform students who attend Alabama community colleges about degree requirements, course equivalents, and other transfer information pertaining to specific majors at each state funded four-year institution. Utilize the IBM AS/ 400 enrollment management system to enroll students, adjust class schedules, and monitor academic progress. Teach college orientation classes, counsel students regarding academic program requirements, college policies, and standards of progress. Counsel ADA and special needs students concerning accommodations. Assist with admission of and advise international students using the student and exchange visitors information system (SEVIS). Managed a $738, Title III federal grant to strengthen institutional programs in the following areas: (1) student matriculation, retention, and graduation, (2) promoting issues of cultural diversity throughout the college, and (3) providing study hall and tutorial programs. Total college enrollment is 5,000 students covering three campuses in Wadley, Opelika, and Valley, AL. As evening coordinator, was responsible for faculty and student supervision to include security and safety measures, hazardous weather evacuation and shelter plans, academic advising, special programs, student services and business office administration, collaboratively working with the deans (academic, technical, and health science) and president in executing college policies, facilitating community needs, addressing student and faculty concerns, managing a staff of 6 employees, and $15 million in assets and equipment. As director of college diversity programs, supervised a secretary, faculty tutors, and student employees working in the office of diversity programs. Conducted workshops, speak to classes and groups, write articles in the school newspaper, and prepare local and regional press releases promoting issues of cultural awareness and diversity. Present programs, guest lecturers, and organize field trips for cultural and educational enrichment. Additionally, implemented and managed the Southern Union Program for Athletic Academic Counseling (SUPAAC) which assists athletes and other students in the areas of academic advising and class scheduling, along with conducting study halls and tutorial sessions. Developed and updated the course competency (learning objectives and expected outcomes) for the African-American History course (HIS 256). Advise the college president on issues germane to minority student and community concerns regarding the college. Provide tutorial assistance, academic program counseling, and developed retention strategies for students in general, and for the improvement of the college's minority student retention rate. Project manager and assist with college recruiting. Serve on college and community committees, serve as faculty advisor to student organizations, and perform other duties assigned by the deans, and president. Instructor of Management - Stillman Management Institute (SMI) May October 1994 Taught management courses, prepared course syllabi, recruited students for the SMI, and provided academic advising and career counseling for students enrolled in the evening and weekend programs. Consultant to the Stillman College vice- president for academic affairs in the area of institutional effectiveness. Participated in workshops to improve instructional programs and retention among nontraditional and part-time students.

2 Page 2 Administrative/Research Assistant - The University of Alabama August October 1994 Coordinated faculty searches while performing background verifications on prospective candidates. Managed the Gadsden cohort of the University's Innovative Leadership Program (ILP) by coordinating class locations, instructors, and their payment contracts. Assisted in the University's ongoing plans to enhance institutional effectiveness by improving academic program reviews. Assisted University professors in the areas of (1) special projects, (2) research, (3) class preparation and, (4) administering examinations. Served on The University of Alabama's Institutional Effectiveness Committee and assisted in writing the committee's section of the University's self-study report. Served on the College of Education's Graduate Studies and Research Committee, in addition to the Department of Higher Education's Faculty Search Committee. Held membership in the Academy of Management, and supported The University of Alabama's public radio fund and Alabama Public Television. Career Adviser/Recruiter/Consultant - Tuskegee University June July 1990 Counseled students and alumni in the Career Development and Placement Center in the areas of resume writing, interviewing, and analyzing the job market in search of potential employers. Implemented a marketing program to promulgate current job openings and career opportunities. Recruited for the University in Birmingham, attending career fairs, and answering questions regarding academic programs, school history, and student activities. Assisted with the Business and Industry Cluster and served as a consultant to the School of Business with the Federal Agency for Industrial Development (AID) Program, facilitating workshops for international participants from Pakistan. Operations Officer - United States Air Force November February 1988 Responsibilities included Deputy Chief, Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Division; supervising programs for over 40 recreation and community facilities; 600 employees; $15 million in annual sales and revenue; a $12 million budget; and assets over $8 million (supervising a staff of 14 employees at the base community center). Assisted service members in completing income tax reports as the squadron's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) representative sponsored by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Squadron project officer for fund raising and building of the base "super playgrounds." Financial Operations Supervisor - United States Air Force March October 1986 Responsibilities included managing a $14 million budget; conducting surprise cash counts, financial, and inventory reviews; using the Z-100 microcomputer and the Multiplan program for budget preparation and revision; teaching financial planning courses; analyzing and preparing written evaluations of financial statements for over 50 quality of life programs in the MWR Division (supervising 13 employees in the financial operations branch). Coordinated the division's Combined Federal Campaign drive and served as the communications security and mobility deployment officer.

3 Page 3 EDUCATION Ed.D. in Administration in Higher Education Human Resources Management concentration The University of Alabama Tuscaloosa, AL Doctoral Dissertation Title: The Relationships Among the Assessment Procedures Utilized, the Changes Implemented by Academic Departments, and Student Persistence at The University of Alabama Certificate in Financial Management 267 classroom hours Community College of the Air Force Keesler AFB, MS Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) qualified to teach a) Business Management, b) Business Orientation, c) Educational Personnel Administration, and d) Higher Education Administration M.S. in Educational Personnel Administration Tuskegee University Tuskegee, AL Masters Thesis Title: A Study of the Relationship Between the Number of Work Experiences and Job Performance of Cooperative Education Students B.S. in Business Administration Economics concentration Tuskegee University Tuskegee, AL Additional graduate study in Management Auburn University Auburn, Alabama Microcomputer Applications course Southern Union State Community College Wadley, Alabama COMMITTEES College Registration Committee, present Academic Assessment Committee, Vice Chair, Roanoke City Schools Superintendent s Advisory Committee, America and Alabama s Promise Alabama General Studies Curriculum Academic Committee, Chair, Student Services Committee, Title III Advisory Committee, Student Judiciary Committee, present Faculty and Staff Selection Committee, present Faculty Adviser, 21st Century Youth Leadership Movement, Southern Union Gospel Choir (Joyful Sound), present East-Central Alabama Adult Education Advisory Committee, Chambers-Randolph County Governor's School-to-Work Partnership, Randolph County Area Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities, Christian Memorial Baptist Church Finance and Program Committees, present Sunday School Superintendent, Christian Memorial Baptist Church, present Alabama College Association Executive Committee, Chair, Southern Union Program for Athletic Academic Counseling (SUPAAC), State of Alabama Department of Education Test Advisory Committee,

4 Page 4 College Self-Study Steering Committee, PROFESSIONAL/CIVIC AFFILIATIONS Leadership Randolph County Professional Development Program American Association of Community Colleges The Alabama College Association National Education Association (NEA) Alabama Education Association (AEA) Phi Delta Kappa (international professional fraternity in education) Kappa Delta Pi (international honor society in education) Auburn University Center for the Arts and Humanities Randolph County United Way Alabama Youth Home sponsor Christian Children's Fund sponsor Tuskegee University National Alumni Association (Presidential Associate) The University of Alabama Alumni Association REAFFIRMATION FOR ACCREDITATION REPORTS Southern Union State Community College, Wadley, Alabama, 2004 and 1996 The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1993 SELECTED PRESENTATIONS Black History Month Programs - Remembering the 1965 Voting Rights Act Randolph County High School, Wedowee, AL, 2005 Colleges and Universities Fulfilling America s Promise Governor s 2 nd Annual Summit, Birmingham, Alabama, 2001 "Tribute to the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr." Southern Union State Community College, Wadley, Alabama, 1999 "Southern Union Diversity Programs" - Luncheon Forum Tuskegee University, Tuskegee, Alabama, 1998 "The Role of Diversity Programs" - Promoting Adult Life-Long Learning Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, 1998 "Stay in School, Your Time is Now" - Red Ribbon Awareness Week Randolph County High School, Wedowee, Alabama, 1997 "Youth Not Afraid to Stand for God: Getting Back to the Basics" Bethel Number 2 Baptist Church, Opelika, Alabama, 1997

5 Page 5 The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1996 Instituted the "Noted Authors Lecture Series," 1999 Implemented a security log for laboratory room assignments, 1998 CONTRIBUTIONS TO NEW COLLEGE PROGRAMS Established the Office of Diversity Programs Athletic Awards, 1996 Established the Southern Union Program for Athletic Academic Counseling (SUPAAC), 1995 Implemented a Statistical Analysis Program Measuring the Effectiveness of SUPAAC, 1995 Developed and Wrote the Course Competency for the African-American History Course, 1995 Established the Mobile Minority and General Student Academic Counseling Sessions, 1994 Devised the Inventory Survey Form Assessing Minority and Overall Student Needs, 1994 HONORS Johnnie Ruth Clarke Award for Excellence in the Community College, 2004 Letter of Appreciation, Alabama Governor s Office on National and Community Service, 2001 Letter of Appreciation, President Alabama College Association, 1999 Chancellor s Award Nominee, Administrator of the Year, Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, 1997 Letter of Appreciation, Superintendent State of Alabama Department of Education, 1997 Administrator of the Year/Exemplary Program, Southern Union State Community College, 1997 Letter of Recognition, Academics & Student Services Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, 1996 Minority Graduate Fellowship The University of Alabama, 1991 Avondale Foundation Graduate Fellowship The University of Alabama, Letter of Appreciation, Placement Director Tuskegee University, 1990 Honorable Discharge United States Air Force, 1988 Air Force Commendation Medal Keesler AFB, MS 1988 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award Air Force Longevity Service Award Special Olympics Volunteers Award Keesler AFB, MS, 1987 Best Morale, Welfare, & Recreation Program (Medium-Size Base) U.S. Pacific Air Forces, and the Financial Management Support Award Kunsan AB, Korea, 1986

6 Page 6 SELECTED CONFERENCES Alabama College Association Human Resources Division Conference on Diversity Birmingham, Alabama Alabama Association on Higher Education and Disabilities (AHEAD): Fall Conference Birmingham, Alabama Alabama s Promise 2001: Governor s 2 nd Annual Summit Birmingham, Alabama Lee County s Promise 2001 Summit Opelika, Alabama PERSONAL Research interests include academic program planning, student outcomes, and student retention. Traveled while in the Air Force throughout the United States, South Korea, and Japan. Completed a tour of duty in the United States Air Force as a First Lieutenant. Computer skills include Microsoft Word, Windows, Excel, Corel WordPerfect, and IBM AS/400 college enrollment management programs. REFERENCES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

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