Tina Marshall-Bradley, Ph.D.
Dr. Tina Marshall-Bradley is the Academic Coordinator for the Master of Science in Education (MSEd) program in the Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University where she works with the Teaching English Language Learners (TELL), Teacher Leadership (TL), and Self-Design (SD) specializations.
Previously she served as the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Education at Paine College in Augusta, Georgia.
Dr. Marshall-Bradley also directed the Academic Center for Excellence and Success (ACES) and the Paine College Honor’s Program at Paine College.
She is the founding Dean of the School of Education at Claflin University and has also worked in the Office of Teacher Education, with the Division of Teacher Quality at the South Carolina State Department of Education.
Dr. Marshall-Bradley has held faculty and research posts at Benedict College, the Citadel, South Carolina State University, Norfolk State University, and Iowa State University.
She has been a Fulbright Binational Fellow in Cairo, Egypt and was an American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Fellow at NASA’s Langley Research Center.
At the national level she served as a member of the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) Commission to prepare the standards for use in accrediting educator preparation programs in the United States.
She also served as the co-chair of CAEP’s Committee on International Accreditation. Her research on educator preparation and quality education for students in poverty and students of color can be found in scholarly journals as well as lay publications.
She is a graduate of the College of Charleston and completed her graduate studies at Iowa State University.