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Shereeza Mohammed

Contributing Faculty

Richard W. Riley College of Education and Human Sciences

Degree Program Doctor of Education (EdD)

Dr. Shereeza Mohammed has worked at Walden University since 2014. As a senior core faculty member in the Residencies and Research department of the School of Education and Professional Licensure, she serves several main multiple roles: Course instructor, Committee chair, Second member, University Research Reviewer and Program Director Prospectus Reviewer. Professionally, she has taught graduate and doctoral courses since 2004 at five different universities in Florida and Texas. At Walden, she taught a total of 14 doctoral level courses. As a committee member, she has worked as a committee chair, second member and URR for as many as 58 committees at one time. She believes that taking students to the next level requires both a supportive and empowering approach regardless of their stage in their respective programs.

At Walden University she serves as an assistant editor for the Journal of Educational Research and Practice. She is the faculty advisor for The National Society of Leadership and Success and is also a committee member at the Walden Center for Social Change. She has also worked with on district research projects and is currently a program evaluator for an International programs office for a college in Texas. She frequently reviews books for Berrett Koehler Publishers. This is advantageous as she uses these experiences to become aware of what is written for teachers and educators at an audience level that is different from peer-reviewed articles. This helps her relate to professional students in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership as they transition from students to practitioner-scholars.

Ultimately, Dr. Mohammed is an educator with an approach to empower students to reach their full potential. She is committed to helping and supporting other faculty members to do the same, as the need arises. Indeed, she strongly believes that if high expectations are placed in front of students and they are supported through their respective programs with all that life throws at them, they will succeed!

Courses Taught

EDDD 8003 - Tools for Research

EDDD 8006 - Leading the Future of Education

RSCH 8250D - Advanced Quantitative

EDUC 8855 - Research in Practice


PhD, Florida Atlantic University - Boca Raton, FL United States

MEd, University of Phoenix - Phoenix, AZ United States

BS, University of Toronto - Toronto, Canada

Public Service

Journal of Educational Research and Practice, Assistant Editor

Alamo Colleges, San Antonio, Texas, Program Evaluator - San Antonio, TX

Berrett Kohler Publishers, Reviewer - Oakland, CA

Journal of Educational Research and Policy, Reviewer

American Education Research Association, Member

American Evaluation Association, Member

The National Society of Leadership and Success, Faculty Advisor

Awards / Honors

Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi Scholar 2004, 2004

David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research, 2004


Mohammed, D., Mohammed, S. F. (2017). Survey of information security risk management models. International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology.

Mohammed, S. F., Walker, D. A., Conderman, G., Pisapia, J. (2016). Implementing scientific-based research: Learning from the history of the Reading First program. Educational Research for Policy and Practice.

Mohammed, D., Mariani, R., Mohammed, S. F. (2015). Cybersecurity challenges and compliance issues within the U.S. healthcare sector. International Journal of Business and Social Research.

Mohammed, S. F. (2014). Creativity and critical thinking in education. Texas Study of Secondary Education.

Mohammed, S. F., Pisapia, J., Walker, D. A. (2009). Optimizing State Policy Implementation: The Case of the Scientific Based Research Components of the NCLB Act. Current Issues in Education.

Walker, D. A., Mohammed, S. F. (2009). Predicting group membership using National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) mathematics data.

Walker, D. A., Mohammed, S. F. (2008). Two plausible indicators to use with state accountability measures and targets: An analysis of NAEP Math data. The Educational Forum.

Mohammed, S. F. (2008). Leading and managing: What's the difference? . Leadership in Focus.

Walker, D. A., Mohammed, S. F. (2005). A resource inputs model examining NAEP reading score change from 1994-1998: State median household income and free and reduced-price lunch percentages matter. Mid-Western Educational Researcher.


Mohammed, S. F. (2011). Leadership in Schools – Creating a mindset for Teacher Leadership. University of Texas Health Science Center.

Mohammed, S. F., Pisapia, J. R. (2006). State factors affecting implementation planning of the scientific based research components: The NCLB Act. International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement.

Mohammed, S. F. (2004). A model for planning the scientific based research components of the NCLB Act. University Council of Educational Administration.

Walker, D. A., Mohammed, S. F. (2004). A resource inputs model examining NAEP reading score change from 1994-1998: State median household income and free and reduced – price lunch percentages matter. American Educational Research Association.