The Educational Justice Journal’s Editorial Board represents a wealth of experience and diversity in disciplines, research focus, and professional expertise.
Dr. Lisa Richardson is the Founder and CEO at Main Street Marketing Technology, a tech services and consulting firm. She has been guiding students, executives, and business owners through professional and personal goal achievement for over 26 years. Her success in developing profitable online learning, business, and social communities comes from a foundation in adult learning, digital marketing, and instructional technology. Prior to pursuing entrepreneurship, Dr. Richardson had a 15-year career in higher education administration.
John K. Davis, Ph.D. is a professor emeritus and former dean of the College of Education at California State University Dominguez Hills. He served as faculty and dean at the university for 26 years as well as a consultant with WestEd. He has also served as president of the California Professors of Reading/Language Arts, president of the South Bay Area Reading Council, board member of the Teacher Education Council of State Colleges and Universities (TECSCU) and currently sits on the board of the California Teachers Corps. His research interests include methods of reading and writing instruction and the impact of culture on teaching and learning. He co-authored the guide for secondary reading and writing instruction commissioned by the CSU Chancellors Office and the 2016 White House white paper on meeting the needs of Latino students nationwide.
Dr. Jodi Jensen is an Assistant Professor and Director of Aquatics in the Department of Sports Science and Wellness at Hampton University. Dr. Jensen has over 30 years of experience in the aquatic industry. Dr. Jensen currently serves on the Technical Review Committee for the Council for Model Aquatic Health Code.
Dr. Headley White is an Associate Professor in Secondary Education in the College of Arts Humanities, School of Education at Bethune-Cookman University. Dr. White taught in both rural and urban secondary schools, before taking his talents to the college level.
He believes in the continued effort to level the playing field professionally and academically for historically underrepresented and marginalized groups. His personal quote “In an era of blunt instruments, one needs to be a Swiss Army knife!”
Sean S. Warner is a tenured Professor of Educational Leadership and Higher Education Policy at Clark Atlanta University. He earned his doctoral degree in education from the University of Massachusetts – Amherst in 1998. Since that time Dr. Warner has served on the faculty at Clemson University; chaired the department of Secondary Education and School Leadership at Norfolk State University; and served as the dean of education at both Grambling State and Clark Atlanta Universities, respectively. In addition to providing thought leadership with Georgia education agencies, Warner has an extensive background in accreditation, program redesign, educator preparation, culturally responsive teaching, and leadership, higher education administrative policy, faculty development, and stakeholder engagement.