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Tronda Douglas

Contributing Faculty

College of Psychology and Community Services

Degree Program M.S. Human Services

Dr. Tronda Douglas is an advanced human services professional practitioner with over 25 years of direct service experience. As an instructor, she has more than five years of teaching experience. Dr. Douglas earned a Ph.D. from Walden University in Human Services, specializing in Disaster, Crisis, and Intervention. She also holds a MA in Human Services Counseling from Regent University and a BS in Liberal Arts from Excelsior College. As a military veteran, she has served her country for more than 20 years. Her primary research areas are in disaster resiliency for rural populations, grief studies, and early childhood education. Dr. Douglas currently serves as a mentor to young women and early childhood educators in her community. She is also actively involved in local disaster relief and non-profit organizations.

Courses Taught

HUMN 6150 - Helping Individuals, Organizations, and Communities: Introduction to Human Services

HUMN 6200 - Cross-Cultural Ethics in Human and Social Services


BS, Excelsior College - Albany, NY United States

MA, Regent University - Virginia Beach, VA United States

PhD, Walden University - Minneapolis, MN United States

Certification, Tidewater Community College - Virginia Beach, VA United States

Public Service

Team Rubicon, Northwest Territory, Member

Operation Blessing International Disaster Relief, Volunteer

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) , Volunteer


Douglas, T. L. (2017). MWOHS Magazine.

Douglas, T. L. (2016). Don't You Dare Quit: Press Your Way Through.


Douglas, T. L. (2018). A Faith-Based Organization's Engagement of an African American Community in Disaster Preparation. Walden University.

Douglas, T. L. (2015). Compassion Fatigue in Correctional Settings. Regent University Trauma Team.

Douglas, T. L. (2019). Mixed methods approach to determining how elements of social networking prepared a rural community for natural disasters. Mixed Methods International Research Association.