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Board and Staff

Founder

Charles H. Thompson

 

Editor-in-Chief Emeritus

Frederick D. Harper

 

EDITORIAL STAFF

 

Section Editors

Kenneth A. Anderson

Derrick R. Brooms

Mercedes E. Ebanks

 

Editor-in-Chief

Ivory A. Toldson

 

Section Editors

Donna Y. Ford

Darrell C. Hucks

Associate Editor/Business Manager

Lenda P. Hill

 

  Administrative Secretary

        Cynthia Joseph

Book/Media Review Editor

Krystal L. Williams

 

 Web Site & Data Manager

       Swagata Pramanik

 

Section Editors

Kmt Shockley

Terri N. Watson

Chezare A. Warren

Research/Marketing Assistant

Brittany Hinkle

EDITORIAL/ADVISORY BOARD

    

Term Expiring 2019

  • Michael Cunningham, Department of Psychology, Tulane University
  • Henry T. Frierson, Office of the Provost, University of Florida
  • Hugo Garcia, Department of Educational Psychology, Texas Tech University
  • Brianna P. Lemmons, Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, Baylor University
  • Kofi Lomotey, Human Services Department, Educational Leadership, Western Carolina University
  • Yolanda Sealey-Ruiz, Teachers College, Columbia University
  • Demetrios Spyridakis, San Juan Unified School District, Sacramento, CA
  • Chezare A. Warren, College of Education, Michigan State University

Term Expiring 2020

  • Karen Biraimah, School of Teacher, Learning and Leadership, University of Central Florida
  • LaVar J. Charleston, Student Diversity, Engagement & Success, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • Cherrel Miller Dyce, School of Education, Elon University
  • Sydney Freeman, Jr., College of Education, University of Idaho
  • Lois Harrison-Jones, Professor Emerita, Howard University
  • Darrell C. Hucks, Education Department, Keene State College
  • Tamara Bertrand Jones, Department of Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, Florida State University
  • Tiffany Jones, The Education Trust, Washington, DC
  • Vinetta C. Jones, Professor Emerita, Howard University
  • Kimberly A. White-Smith, LeFetra College of Education, University of LaVerne

Term Expiring 2021

  • Ayana Allen-Handy, School of Education, Drexel University
  • Kenneth A. Anderson, School of Education, Howard University
  • Derrick R. Brooms, Sociology & Africana Studies, University of Cincinnati
  • Mercedes E. Ebanks, School of Education, Howard University
  • Donna Y. Ford, Department of Special Education, Vanderbilt University
  • Adriel A. Hilton, Student Affairs Office, Seton Hill University
  • Brandi Hinnant-Crawford, Human Services Department, Western Carolina University
  • Jerlando F.L. Jackson, Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Comfort O. Okpala, College of Education, North Carolina A & T State University
  • Kmt G. Shockley, School of Education, Howard University
  • Terri N. Watson, Educational Leadership, School of Education, The City College of New York
  • Olga Michele Welch, School of Education, Duquesne University
  • Gary L. Williams, Institute for Intercultural Research, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Vivian Yenika-Agbaw, Department of Curriculum & Instruction, The Pennsylvania State University

YOUNG SCHOLARS EDITORIAL BOARD

(Term Expiring 2019)

Lisa Biniam Haileab (Howard University) Tamara McClain (Texas Tech University) DeShawn Preston (Southern Education Foundation Fellow) Katherine I. E. Wheatle(Indiana University, Bloomington)

(Term Expiring 2020)

Kendra D. DeLaine (Howard University), Keisha McIntosh Allen (University of Maryland, Baltimore County) Ashley L. White (University of South Florida)

(Term Expiring 2021)

Rhonda Erica Celey (Howard University), O’Shan D. Gadsden (Norfolk State University), Darnell Leatherwood (University of Chicago), Natasha McClendon (Georgia State University)

Indefinite term

  • Dawn Williams, Interim Dean, School of Education, Howard University
  • Faustine C. Jones-Wilson, Editor-in-Chief Emerita
  • Rc Saravanabhavan, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus

          

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ACKNOWLEDGMENT

In addition to the appointed Editorial/Advisory Board, a number of scholars assist in the publication of The Journal of Negro Education by serving as critical reviewers of manuscripts that are sent to The Journal for publication consideration. Their voluntary cooperation is essential to the production of The Journal.