Professional Experience

Professional Experience

Administrative Experience:

Grand Canyon University

Senior Doctoral Adjunct Supervisor (1/11/2016-Present): As Senior Doctoral Adjunct Supervisor, lead a team comprised of a total of four methodologists and 20 doctoral chairpersons from within the College of Doctoral Studies. Provide initial Academic Quality Review for all learners served by all teams. Conduct monthly team meetings. Serve as chairperson on select doctoral committees. Provide methodological guidance to colleagues and students.

Master Dissertation Chair/Master Methodologist (11/11/2014-1/11/2016): As Master Chair, served as a liaison between chairpersons and the College of Doctoral Studies; held monthly training meetings to provide updates and professional development. As Dissertation Chair, managed dissertation committee members and methodologists as well as provided oversight and support to the scholar-practitioner in doctoral process. Facilitated Institutional Review Board process. As Master Methodologist, worked with a caseload of approximately 60 learners; provided review and direction regarding quantitative and qualitative methodology and associated designs. Maintained records and updates as required.

AR Neal, Ltd.

Entrepreneur (02/01/2013-Present): Skilled freelancer with over 20 years experience working in non-traditional secondary education and both public and private higher education; currently providing ghostwriting and editing services to the global community.

Academic Editor (8/1/2014-Present): Red Pen Bristol
Freelance Writer (12/1/2013-Present): Zerys
Freelance Writer (3/1/2013-Present): Elance; FastPencil
Personal Strategist (2/1/2013-2015): Personal support for special needs family member
Non-Fiction Editor (7/20/2014-2015): Urban Fantasy Magazine
Writer/Editor (5/15/2014-2015): Christine F. Anderson Publishing

Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California

Special Projects (05/1/2012-06/30/2013): Administrative appointment to create and deliver projects at the direction of the Vice President for Graduate/Non-traditional Enrollment & Student Services

Executive Director-Graduate Student Support Services (8/1/2011-5/1/2012): One-year administrative appointment to analyze existing services and gaps to University adult and graduate student populations

Director-Inland Empire Regional Center (7/16/2007-8/1/2011): Responsible for daily oversight of the San Bernardino, CA location of Azusa Pacific University and of four University employees and numerous faculty and adjunct instructors

Salem Community College, Carneys Point, New Jersey

Manager of Institutional Research, Planning, & Development (7/1/2006-6/30/2007): Responsible for daily operations of the Institutional Research Office, for providing strategic support to all divisions, for developing external funding streams ($500,000 in grant funding obtained during the period), and for ensuring timely Federal and State reporting

Director-Community Outreach Services (8/1/2000-6/30/2006): Responsible for daily operations of the Salem City, NJ location of Salem Community College, for the oversight of the Adult Basic Skills/GED program, for supervision of 10 College staff members, for facilitating the relationship between College and Workforce Investment Act co-located partners, and for the development of the noncredit course catalog (including course oversight, Summer Youth Camp supervision, and hiring of instructors)

Academic Experience:

Methodologist and Online Instructor – Walden University, The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership (Winter, 2017-Present)

Adjunct Instructor (Online), Master of Education Program – Yorkville University (Fall, 2014-Present)
MA in Adult Education: Contexts of Learning (EDUC6303); Learning and Organizations (EDUC6043); Diversity in Adult Education (EDUC6363); Course approvals – Evaluation in Adult Education (EDUC6353),
MA in Educational Leadership: Educational Leadership – Perspectives and Practices (EDEL6113);
School Culture and Community (EDEL6183, Instructor and Course Developer)

Adjunct Instructor, School of Behavioral & Applied Sciences, MA in Global Leadership -Azusa Pacific University (9/1/2012-12/7/2012)
“Leading Across World Cultures” GLDR542-Online

Adjunct Instructor, School of Business & Management-Azusa Pacific University (1/1/2012-5/17/2012)
“Diversity for Strategic Advantage” MGMT540-Online

Adjunct Instructor, School of Business & Management-Azusa Pacific University (1/1/2011-5/17/2012)
“Introduction to Ethnic Studies” ETHN150

Instructor, Adult Sunday School, Second Baptist Church of Salem New Jersey (2007)

GED Examiner, Salem County Vocational Technical School (9/1/2005-5/31/2006)

Adjunct Instructor-Salem Community College (9-12/2002, 9-12/2004)
“Skills for Academic Success”

Freelance Experience:

Contributor, Flash Fiction Chronicles (5/2/2013-Present: category/staff/andree-robinson-neal/)

Freelance Course Designer, LearnCreate (7/1/2012-Present)

Freelance Editor and Writer, Elance (9/21/2011-Present)

Previous Experience:

1996-2000:  Counselor/Administrator
Institute for Human Resources, Chester, Pennsylvania

  • Coordinated classroom activities for Adult Basic Skills participants through individualized educational support and case management
  • Built strong relationships with participants from marginalized populations
  • Reported service outcomes to social service and other public entities
  • Created strong partnerships with local agencies

1996:  Therapist
Chrysalis, Inc., Dover, Delaware

  • Provided drug and alcohol counseling services to adult and teen populations

1995-1996:  Program Coordinator
Connections, CSP, Wilmington, Delaware

  • Directed operation of transitional care program for mentally impaired customers
  • Conducted group counseling sessions as required
  • Supervised departmental counseling team

1993-1995:  Mental Health Specialist II
University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-School Based Youth Services Program, South Brunswick High School, South Brunswick, New Jersey

  • Worked with school guidance office personnel on retention of students in need of alternative learning options
  • Assisted with development of in-school behavior management program
  • Guided re-application for program grant

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