DR. ED CUNLIFF
Professor, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK
Connection to DSS: Dr. Cunliff's involvement with Diverse Student Scholars has been through research projects and conference presentations involving authentic leadership as well as through mentoring and supervising Research Assistants on collaborative funded projects with founder Dr. Jeanetta Sims.
Bio: Dr Ed. Cunliff is an innovative and reflective educator who facilitates organizational and individual growth. He teaches courses in program evaluation and transformative learning as a professor of adult and higher education in the College of Education and Professional Studies at the
University of Central Oklahoma. He is co-editor of the Journal of
Transformative Learning and the Transformative Learning Conference
Proceedings. He also serves as an educational consultant.
DR. CHAUNDA SCOTT
Associate Professor, Oakland University, Rochester, MI
Connection to DSS: Dr. Scott's involvement with Diverse Student Scholars has been through research projects and conference presentations involving workforce diversity with founder Dr. Jeanetta Sims.
Bio: Dr. Chaunda L. Scott earned an Ed.D. in adult education/organizational leadership with a focus in diversity education from Teachers College/Columbia University in New York City, New York and a Ed.M. in administration, planning and social policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is an associate professor and graduate coordinator of the master of training and development program in the department of organizational leadership housed in the School of Education and Human Services at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan. She also serves as the diversity and inclusion specialist in the School. In the department of organizational leadership she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses focused in the areas of workforce diversity, human resource development, organizational leadership and training and development.