Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
Dr. Todd began teaching career as a special education teacher in 1983 in K – 12 public schools and at the university level in 1985. Since that time she as taught at the community college, bachelor’s and master’s degree levels in the areas of early childhood education, curriculum and instruction, educational research, special education and educational leadership. At Walden University Dr. Todd has taught in the MSECS online course based program since 2013 and designed courses for the MSECS online competency based program. She serves on Licensure External Advisory Council in the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership.
Since 1991 Dr. Todd has served in a variety of college and university administrative roles.
Throughout her career, Dr. Todd has developed curriculum and courses (face-to-face and online) at the associates, bachelors, masters and specialist degree levels in the areas of early childhood education, curriculum and instruction, educational research, special education, senior living management and educational leadership. Her research extends from 1990 to the present. She has presented at national and international conferences in the areas exceptional student education (including autism), values and online pedagogy, online teaching and learning, and mentoring and coaching in the online environment.
Furthermore, since 1994 Dr. Todd has worked as an independent consultant in Phoenix, AZ, Sarasota, FL, and Alexandria, LA in the areas of nonprofit capacity building and governance and educational capacity building and leadership.