Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership
School of Higher Education, Leadership, and Policy
Doctor of Education (EdD)
My career has taken me along different paths: teaching, counseling, and neuropsychology.
I attended a small liberal arts college outside of Philadelphia , Rosemont College. I went to graduate school at Villanova University where I received my MS in Counseling and Human Relations. I also hold an M.Ed in Educational Technology, from Rosemont College. My Ph.D is in Education from Capella University.
I spend six months in Savannah, GA, and six months in Corolla, NC. My hobbies include: reading, traveling and yes, shopping. My most favorite place to be is at my beach house on the Outerbanks of NC.
My research interests include:
Reducing isolation of online learners ; establishing communities of scholars online; Organizational behavior, management and leadership; Alternative Education, Teacher training and curriculum design; Multicultural education, Higher Education Leadership, Pre-service Teacher Education and Inclusion .
MS, Villanova University
MEd, Rosemont College
Graham, D. C., Krell, R., Maul, J. P., Pernsteiner, C., Shelton, D. K., Piercy, G. W. (2015). An exploration of organizational structure and strategy in virtual organizations: A literature review. Journal of Perspectives in Organizational Behavior, Management, & Leadership.
Graham, D. C., Bryan, J. (2016). Leadership across Gender, Generation, and Culture – Practical Implications from a Multi-National Study. International Leadership Association.