Natolyn Jones-ferguson

Contributing Faculty
Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences
Doctor of Education (EdD)

Dr. Jones-Ferguson is a Contributing Faculty Member in Walden’s College of Education. She has worked professionally in higher education for over 20 years in both Student Services and Research. She has received graduate degrees in Higher Education Leadership and Law and Policy with additional training in Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis. Currently, she is responsible for data analysis and conducting institutional/postsecondary research. Additionally, she serves as a Dissertation Mentor specializing in education, higher education, and organizational leadership. Previously, she worked as an IRB Specialist. This experience has provided extensive knowledge and unique skills in human subjects research for Education and Social Sciences. Her interests include higher education leadership and research, student services assessment, and distance education.

Courses Taught

EDDD 8032 - Strategic Planning and Program Evaluation

EDDD 8900 - Completing the Prospectus

EDDD 8090 - Doctoral Study Intensive

EDDD 8990 - Completing the Doctoral Capstone


EdD, Nova Southeastern University

MS, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law

MA, University of Mississippi

BS, Austin Peay State University

Public Service

City of Pembroke Pines Education Advisory Committee, Volunteer - PEMBROKE PINES


Jones-Ferguson, N. (2012). Student and Faculty Perceptions: The Impact of Synchronous Online Software as an Interactive Tool in a Web-Based College Course. Nova Southeastern University