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Gwen Dooley

Contributing Faculty

College of Management and Technology

School of Management

Degree ProgramDoctor of Business Administration (DBA)

Dr. Gwendolyn Dooley served as the program director for the College of Business at New Charter University. Dooley earned a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Nova Southeastern University, Master of Public Policy and Administration at Jackson State University, and completed post-graduate doctoral courses in business administration at Walden University. For over twenty-two years, Dooley provided leadership for academic programs in lifelong learning, distance education, and the Honor’s Curriculum programs at institutions of higher education. Additionally, Gwen developed curricula for undergraduate and graduate degree programs and served on university curriculum and accreditation committees. Dooley established and managed a network of learning sites with partnering educational institutions in the state of Mississippi to reduce barriers and create opportunities for adults to earn degrees within their community. As an assistant professor and contributing faculty, Gwen uses instructional, coaching, and mentoring strategies to support undergraduate and graduate students in the completion of bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral degrees for more than twelve years.

Gwen is a motivator, leader, and educator who inspires individuals to see beyond current circumstances to achieve greatness through education. She is a creative thinker on developing learning programs to promote mastery of content and research concepts. Additionally, Dooley is a business and curriculum strategist with a focus on self-improvement and wealth creation. Dooley served on the Board of Deliver Me for Services and currently serves on the Board of Autism Mississippi.

Dooley has publications in the area of adult learning and women mentoring. Additionally, Dooley has presented at regional and national conferences.

Education

EdD, Nova Southeastern Leadership

Presentations

Dooley, G. C. (2010). Leadership Strategies for Student Achievement

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