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1 GENNIVER CAROL BELL, ED.D. EDUCATION EXPERIENCES CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY, Atlanta, GA Ed.D. Educational Administration and Supervision, 1990 CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY, Atlanta, GA M.A., Educational Administration and Policy Studies, 1982 ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY, Tulsa, OK B.A., Art, 1976 GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY/THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA Graduate courses in Nutrition and Institutional Management, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, ANDERSON SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, Albuquerque, NM Certificate, Human Resources Management, Completed, April, FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Dean, Current Professor (Tenured), Educational Leadership Chief administrative officer; provide academic administration and fiscal leadership for approximately 85 faculty and staff; initiate and support external funding; recruit and support qualified students and faculty; creates an environment that supports the preparation of exemplary professionals; collaborate with constituents, as well ad faculty and administrators on campus to promote excellence; provide oversight for maintaining NCATE accreditations and DOE program approval; provide the vision for developing, achieving and maintaining a reputation of excellence at the state, national and international levels; provide direct supervision to the Developmental Research Laboratory School (K-12 school district). a FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY/UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Associate Professor (Tenured), Department Chair, Educational Leadership and Foundations Fayetteville, North Carolina Recently retuned to full-time faculty rank with responsibilities for teaching in both the MSA and Ed.D. degree programs; currently chairing nine dissertations and serving on eight additional dissertation committees, as well as numerous other department, unit and university committees. As Chair, responsibilities included the oversight of the Department of Educational Leadership and Foundations; provided leadership and the vision for a department housing eleven full and part-time faculty and the MSA and Ed.D. degree programs; responsible for academic quality and student services; served on numerous unit and university committees; provided the leadership for successful NCATE/DPI re-accreditation visit Spring 2007; and maintained a scholarly agenda. POINT LOMA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY, GRADUATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Professor, Graduate Education Department, San Diego, California Responsible for teaching M.A. and Ed.S. courses in Educational Leadership, as well as leadership courses in the Counseling degree program; served as thesis advisor; and led the committee for the development of the University s first Ed.D. degree program. FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY/UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Associate Professor, Educational Leadership,

2 Fayetteville, North Carolina Taught graduate courses in Educational Leadership; chaired seven doctoral dissertation committees and served on three additional committees; Editor of The Facilitator, an annual publication published by the School of Education; advisor to graduate students; served on various university and departmental committees; Faculty Senator and Faculty Assembly delegate to the University of North Carolina Faculty Assembly. THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, OFFICE OF THE PROVOST Director, Faculty Contracts and Services, Albuquerque, New Mexico Directed all human resources functions related to faculty hiring, tenure reviews, sabbatical and other leave request and all faculty contracts and compensation issues for approximately 2000 full-time, part-time, adjunct faculty and postdoctoral fellows; supervised six full-time staff members; assisted the Provost and Associate Provost for Academic Affairs on faculty services related issues; collaborated with eleven Deans and monitored instructional (faculty) budgets for all academic units; assisted in new faculty orientation; served on various committees relative to faculty concerns, including the Center for Teacher Enhancement and Faculty Handbook Policy Revision committees. THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Executive Director, Project LEAD Albuquerque, New Mexico Served as clinical faculty; provided leadership in identifying needs and in the development and delivery of professional development programs for school leaders in New Mexico s 89 school districts; identified potential government and private sources for funding; interacted with the New Mexico Legislature, State Board of Education, Commission on Higher Education and other agencies to secure funding and address policy issues; provided oversight and directed the development and writing of grant proposals; developed and managed annual budget; supervised staff; adjunct faculty member in Educational Leadership. THE NEW MEXICO COMMISSION ON HIGHER EDUCATION Private School Administrator, Santa Fe, New Mexico Administered the state licensing program for private/proprietary postsecondary institutions, including career, technical and business colleges, four year colleges and universities; evaluated licensure and registration applications to determine eligibility for Commission approval; conducted site visits to assess quality and compliance issues; audited institution records and students for evaluation of program quality and institutional operations; maintained communications with relevant regional and national accrediting agencies and licensing authorities in other states; responded to public inquiries and complaints; developed criteria for evaluating distance education programs; liaison to the Attorney General s office and other state agencies; responsible for policy development and recommendations for revision to state regulations. THE NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Education Consultant, Data Management, Santa Fe, New Mexico Coordinated for Dropout, Accountability and Violence and Vandalism Reports for DOE; analyzed state data, authored and produced state mandated reports; served as liaison to school districts, legislators, the Legislative Education Study Committee and other state agencies. WESTERN NEW MEXICO UNIVERSITY Director, Gallup Graduate Studies Center, Assistant Professor, Gallup, New Mexico Directed the operations of an extended learning graduate center just off the Navajo Indian Reservation; supervised a full-time staff of five, including two assistant professors and 2

3 approximately 25 adjunct faculty members; managed all academic and student services programs; developed and directed the budget and directed all facility acquisitions and maintenance issues; directed the master schedule of course offerings, and the development and production of course bulletins; supervised the academic quality of three graduate degree programs and one undergraduate program; provided leadership for North Central and NCATE accrediting requirements and visits; taught courses in Educational Administration. PIKE COUNTY (GEORGIA) BOARD OF EDUCATION Director, School Nutrition Programs, Zebulon, Georgia Directed the operations of the school district s School Lunch and Nutrition Education Programs; prepared and provided oversight for the program s budget with a final authorization signature; supervised department employees and personnel matters including payroll and staff development; developed and delivered training programs for the state of Georgia and other school districts; administered all procurement and purchasing operations; collaborated with Emory University to develop Health/Nutrition Education curricula and health awareness programs for K-12; liaison to state and federal agencies; an appointed member of the Youth Council for the Georgia Affiliate of the American Heart Association; served as a district teacher recruiter. ATLANTA UNIVERSITY Assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Summer 1988 (Temporary) Atlanta, Georgia Liaison between the VP and program areas, including Financial Aid, Student Records, Dean of Students and the Co-op programs; transitions team member for the merger of two institutions; completed an investigative study on Enrollment Management. GRIFFIN-SPALDING COUNTY (GEORGIA) SCHOOLS Classroom Teacher, Griffin, Georgia Taught seventh grade Art; served as a state evaluator, responsible for conducting performance evaluations for beginning art teachers; served as Chair of the Fine Arts Committee for the Southern Association Accreditation Study. PIKE COUNTY (GEORGIA) BOARD OF EDUCATION Classroom Teacher, Zebulon, Georgia Taught Art for grades 4-5 and 9-12; developed the high school curriculum for the district; conducted state performance evaluations for beginning teachers; served as Art Club advisor and career advisor. DOUGHERTY COUNTY (GEORGIA) BOARD OF EDUCATION Classroom Teacher, Albany, Georgia Taught junior high school Art; served as Art Club advisor and a supervising teacher for student teachers. OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES Council of International Education Exchange (CIEE) Faculty Development Seminar Participant Nation Building - South Africa (June 7-18, 2004) Participated in a two-week faculty development program in South Africa. Editor, , Appointed Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development 3

4 . A peer reviewed journal for the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration. This was a three-year commitment with the final year as Senior Editor. Reviewer, 2002-Present Current Issues in Education A peer reviewed journal published by Arizona State University. Reviewer, 2002 Allyn & Bacon, Pearson Education Group Boston, MA Textbook review Editor, The Facilitator A professional journal published by the School of Education, Fayetteville State University/University of North Carolina. PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS Houser, M., Bell, G. Dickens, V., Hicks, T. (2009). The relationship between selected leadership behavior and attitudes towards behavioral and social inclusion practices among middle school principals in North Carolina. (In press) North Carolina Middle School Journal. Okpala, C., Bell, G. & Tuprah, K. (2007). A comparative study of student achievement in traditional schools and schools of choice in North Carolina. Urban Education DOI: / Bell, G. (2005). The changing dynamics of school leadership and the role of policy, politics and advocacy: Implications for leadership training. In C.L. Fulmer & F.L. Dembowski (Eds.), National summit on school leadership: Crediting the past challenging the present, and changing the future. (pp ). New York: Rowman & Littlefield Education. Bell, G. (2004). Policy, politics and advocacy: Implications for new leadership training. A Paper presented at the National Council of Professors of Educational Leadership Annual Conference, (August) Branson, Missouri. Okpala, C. & Bell, G. (2004). A comparative study of student achievement in traditional schools and schools of choice in North Carolina. A paper presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Conference. (April) San Diego, California. Bell, G. (2004). Building bridges: Meeting challenges through policy, politics and advocacy. A speech delivered at the California Association for Counseling and Development Annual Meeting and Multicultural Conference. (March) San Diego, CA. Bell, G. & Johnson, J. (2003, Fall). School leadership development revisited: Infusing policy, politics and advocacy. The AASA Professor, 26(3) pp.6-9. Johnson, J., Bell, G., Cisse, D., Jones, E. (2003) Assessing school climate: A practical tool for organizational learning. A paper presented at the North Carolina Association for Research in Education Annual Conference. (March). Holy Springs, North Carolina. Jones, E., Johnson, J., Bell, G., & McFarley, G. (2003). School funding inequities: A statistical analysis examining the adequacy of funding for capital outlay in North Carolina schools. Research for Educational Reform. 7(1) pp

5 FUNDED GRANTS Bell, G. (Ed.) (2003, Spring) The Facilitator. Fayetteville State University, School of Education. Fayetteville, NC. Bell, G., Jones, E. & Johnson, J. (2002). School Reform: Equal expectations on an uneven playing field. Journal of School Leadership. 12(3) pp Okpala, C. & Bell, G. (2002). School choice: Does market competition improve student achievement? A paper presented at The America Education Finance Association Conference, (March) Albuquerque, NM. Bell, G. (Ed.) (2002, Spring) The Facilitator. Fayetteville State University, School of Education. Fayetteville, NC. Okpala, C. & Bell, G. (2001). Equity and choice: A case for single gender public schools of choice. A paper presented at eh South Atlantic Philosophy of Education Society Annual Conference (October) Fayetteville, North Carolina. Okpala, C., Bell, G., & Jones, E. (2001). A case study of student achievement of students in traditional and nontraditional schools in Cumberland County. A paper presented at the North Carolina Association for Research in Education. (March) Charlotte, NC. Bell, G. (Ed.) (2001, Spring) The Facilitator. Fayetteville State University, School of Education. Fayetteville, NC. Bell, G. (1994, November). New Mexico Violence and Vandalism Report. Santa Fe, NM: New Mexico Department of Education. Bell, G. & Forrer, K. (1994, November). New Mexico Accountability Report. Santa Fe, NM: New Mexico Department of Education. Borgrink, H. & Bell, G. (1994, September). New Mexico Dropout Study School Year. Santa Fe, NM: New Mexico Department of Education. Bell, G. (1992) Research can be fun: Using computers to teach educational research methods. A paper accepted for presentation and publication at the International Conference on Technology and Education, Cambridge, MA. Bell, G. (1990, February) The Relationship of principal self-efficacy and role perceptions to school climate and student achievement. A paper presented at the Eastern Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Clearwater Beach, Florida. Bell, G. (1990) Principal effectiveness: The Relationship of principal self-efficacy and role perceptions to school climate and student achievement. (Doctoral Dissertation, Atlanta University). Bell, G. (1988, January) Self-Service: Positive and negative aspects for school nutrition programs. Good For You News. Community Nutrition Division, Georgia Department of Education, Atlanta, GA. Principal Investigator, Leadership Development Training Modules, Goals 2000 Funding, New Mexico Department of Education ($50,000, ). 5

6 Principal Investigator, Leadership Development Training Modules, Goals 2000 Funding, New Mexico Department of Education ($70,000, ). COURSES TAUGHT Introduction to Educational Administration (MA) Foundations of Leadership (MA) (Web Enhanced) Personnel Administration (MA) Research and Statistics (MA) Internship (MA) Advanced Teaching Strategies (MA) School Business Administration (MA) Educational Foundations (undergraduate) Educational Leadership Development and Evaluation Seminar (MA) (Web Enhanced) Elementary and Secondary School Management (MA) (Web Enhanced) School Law (MA/EDD) (Web Enhanced) Organizational Behavior (EDD) (Web Enhanced) Organizational Theory (EDD) (Web Enhanced) Policy and Politics in Education (EDD) (Web Enhanced/Online course) Dissertation Advisement (EDD) Human Resources Management (EdS) (Web Enhanced) School Finance (MA) (Web Enhanced) Thesis Advisement (MA) UNIVERSITY/SCHOOL/DEPARTMENT COMMITTEES AND ACTIVITIES Dissertation Committee (Chair, 17) Dissertation Committee (Member, 14) Faculty Development Committee (Chair) International Education Committee (University) Planning and Functions Committee (University) Faculty Senator Faculty Senate Budget Committee (Chair) Faculty Senate Executive Committee Faculty Assembly Delegate (University of North Carolina) Lunch Buddies (K-12 collaborative) Thesis Advisement Institutions of Higher Education Performance Report Committee (Chair) Standards and Evaluation Committee ED.D. Comprehensive Exam Committee ED.D. Development Committee Graduate Council Teacher Education Committee PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Phi Delta Kappa Politics in Education Association The American Association of School Administrators Association for the Advancement of Educational Research National Council of Professors of Educational Administration International Society for Educational Planning 6

7 CURRENT CERTIFICATIONS NC DS/ Superintendent NC DP/ Principal GA L7/ K-12 Leadership GA S7/ Data Collection GA S7/ School Nutrition Director PROFESSIONAL HONORS Certificate of Recognition, (April 22, 2003) Most State Education Service, Presented by the School of Education, Fayetteville State University. Certificate of Recognition, (April 22, 2003) Most School Involvement, Presented by the School of Education, Fayetteville State University. Certificate of Recognition, (April 26, 2001) Most International Education Service, Presented by the School of Education, Fayetteville State University. REFERENCES Available Upon Request 7

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