Instruct PEDU 1541, PEDU 1080, PEDU 4710, PETE 3100, PETE 3740, PETE 3750, PETE 3760, PETE 2095, PETE 3740, PEDU 3710, PEDU 3730, and PEDU 2080 courses in the department. I've also served as a senator on the Faculty/Senate and on several committees within the Physical Education and Recreation department. Finally, I am the coordinator for the coaching minor within the department.
I am a Georgia girl who has adapted to North Carolina as my home. I have been a collegiate basketball/High school coach for thirteen years. Graduated from Livingstone College in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management while participating as a student-athlete on the 2000 CIAA women's basketball championship team. In 2014, the 2000 CIAA Women's Basketball team was inducted into Livingstone College Hall of Fame. In 2011, I obtained a Master of Science degree in Athletic Administration from North Carolina Central University and l received a Doctor of Philosophy in Education (Athletic Administration) from Northcentral University in October 2016.
Currently have a peer-reviewed journal article (along with Dr. A. Woodson-Smith and Dr. C. Dorwart) titled "Attitudes towards Physical Education from Female High School Students" which will publish in the Physical Educator in 2015. In addition, I will conclude my dissertation titled "Physical Activity Behaviors among College Students Enrolled in Lifetime Fitness Courses: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior" October 2016. The dissertation will also be published in ProQuest.
My research interests include: Attitudes of African-American student-athletes from HBCUs compared to African-American student-athletes at PWIs, Hispanic youth and physical activity behaviors, physical activity behaviors among minority youth, and the importance of athletics to minority groups.