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Patrice W. Glenn Jones

In addition to her adjunct teaching roles at various institutions, Patrice W. Glenn Jones serves as the Executive Director of Online Education and Programs at Alabama State University (ASU). This virtual teaching and learning specialist spent years assisting various colleges and universities strengthen their online profiles. She is now doing the same at ASU. Patrice is an alum of Florida A&M University's (FAMU) College of Education with a doctorate in educational leadership, and she regularly contributes to FAMU's School of Graduate Studies and Research as a mentor, presenter, and advocate. She holds graduate degrees in information science and learning technology (i.e., Educational Specialist) from the University of Missouri-Columbia and in English (i.e., Master of Arts) from the University of North Florida. Patrice is also a researcher, author, and former radio air personality, but she considers herself a teacher above all the professional roles she holds. She has recent publications that highlight nurturing leadership, online learning, student voicelessness, and challenges in the midst of COVID-19.