Nubian Sun

Contributing Faculty
College of Social and Behavioral Health
Barbara Solomon School of Social Work
Master of Social Work (MSW)

Dr. Nubian OmiSayade Sun is a Healing Centered Leader, Educator, and Social Entrepreneur, dedicated to dismantling systemic inequities, fostering healing-centered learning environments, and inciting the spirit of social entrepreneurship across systems of practice. Holding a doctoral degree from the prestigious, Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work at Clark Atlanta University, Dr. Sun's scholarly contributions provide insight into the experiences of marginalized communities across community and institutional settings. As a dynamic speaker, Dr. Sun has engaged audiences, inspiring critical conversations and mobilizing action for transformative change. Dr. Sun's commitment to healing-centered engagement extends beyond academia, as they actively collaborate with community organizations and institutions to amplify marginalized voices and co-create pathways to social entrepreneurship with underrepresented individuals. Dr. Nubian Sun continues to leave an indelible mark on academia and the broader movement for a more just and healing-centered society.


BS, University of Tennessee- Chattanooga

MSW, University of Tennessee- Knoxville (Nashville Campus)

PhD, Clark Atlanta University

Public Service

National Association of Black Social Workers-Millie M. Charles Scholarship Committee, Committee Member -

Mystic Krewe of Femme Fatale- Community Engagement Committee, Committee Member -

National Association of University Women-Single Parent Family Commitee, Committee Member -