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Julie Myers

Contributing Faculty

Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership

School of Education and Professional Licensure

Degree Program M.S. Education (MSEd)

As a member of the educational leadership department, Dr. Myers teaches principal preparation courses related to budgeting, safety, curriculum, and instruction. In addition to teaching for Walden, she currently serves as a director of curriculum and instruction for a public school division in Virginia. Previously, she was a middle school principal for 13 years and a high school math teacher for nine years prior to moving into administration. In addition to teaching graduate courses for Walden, she has experience teaching graduate level courses for Virginia Tech, Eastern Mennonite University, and the University of Virginia.

Courses Taught

EDUC 6200 - Teaching and Learning for School Leaders

EDDD 8010 - Collaborative Communication for Administrators

EDUC 6205 - Budgeting and Allocating Resources

EDUC 6208 - Recruit, Evaluate, and Retain School Personnel

EDUC 6002 - Foundations: Educational Leadership and Administration

EDUC 7206 - Creating a Positive, Safe, and Effective Learning Environment

EDUC 7207 - Leading Curriculum Iniatives


BA, University of North Carolina

Masters, Hollins University

Ed.S., Virginia Tech

PhD, Virginia Tech

Awards / Honors

Virginia Curriculum Leader of the Year, Virginia Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2009

Virginia Professional Development Administrator of the Year, Learning Forward, 2010