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Dr. Joseph Nwoye
Dr. Nwoye is an educator and inclusion specialist. As the president of Diversity Frontier, he focuses on unconscious bias and diversity policies & practices that work. Dr. Nwoye has contributed more than 50 articles with focus on tackling social issues such as achievement gaps, race, and gender among others.
Prof. Audrey L. Vaughan
BS, MS Ed.
After completing a Bachelor of Science degree in English and Social Science, Ms. Vaughan received a Master of Science Degree in Education, both from Hampton University, Hampton, Virginia. From 1990 until 2009, she was Director, Office of Public Relations, Office of Dean, Howard University College of Medicine.
Colonel Reginald Hairston
Colonel Reginald Hairston (USMC Retired) served for 30 years in the Marine Corps. He has served as the Senior Director / Chief Operating Officer in several organizations to include leading an organization of 700 employees responsible for providing security and emergency services (firefighting, medical response, police services, 911 dispatch, animal control) to the residents of Camp Pendleton and the population immediately outside the gates of the installation.
A native Spanish speaker, Emiliano Sor has taught and tutored Spanish for more than 10 years. He has worked at three different entities, including Mount St. Mary’s University, Hood College, Oneness Multicultural School, and Montgomery College. As a faculty, he has recommended students for studying abroad programs worldwide and nationwide.
Engineer Nwoye is the President and the Chairman of Diversity Frontier’s Board of advisers. From 1990 until 2009, He was Former Director Office of Public Relations Office of Dean. Mr. Nwoye earned his Engineering degree and MBA. He served as an engineer and manager of M-Tel, a division of Nigerian Telecommunication Company.
Mr. Jinglong Wang
Mr. Jinglong Wang is Diversity Computer repair associate. Mr. Wang graduated as master degree of computer science in 1998 from Fitchburg State College MA.
Currently work at Synergy Inc. as a senior programmer.
Having years of hand-on experiences on software and hardware, he is with Diversity Frontier to help meet our clients’ technological needs. Mr. Wang is so informed in this area more than most people, below are some of his Certificate areas:
Dr. María-Elvira Luna-Escudero-Alie
María-Elvira Luna-Escudero-Alie has a Ph.D from Georgetown University. Hers dissertation’s title is: “The structure of time on the plays of Mario Vargas Llosa”. She is currently teaching full-time Spanish and French at Montgomery College, Takoma Park-Silver Spring Campus, and in her spare-time she volunters to present on issues important to Latinos.
Vice President / COO
Melinda Nwoye is the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Diversity Frontier, USA. She is responsible for ensuring that the need of our clients is the organization’s first priority. She is also responsible for advising reading and writing associates on new research that would inform us on current issues in reading and writing matters, as well as providing support services for Diversity associates.
Dr. Wayne Benenson
Dr. Benenson is an Associate Professor in the College of Education at Argosy University, Seattle. He has been a professor at Illinois State University (where he was the Chair of the Early Childhood Division) and at the University of New Mexico; he has also been a classroom teacher at every grade level, K-12, and locale (urban, suburban & rural schools).
Dr. John McLaulin
John McLaulin’s Ph. D is in English, from Harvard University. He holds emeritus faculty rant from East Stroudsburg University, in Pennsylvania, and is currently an adjunct in English at Montgomery College, Germantown, MD.He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, and served on trampships in the British Merchant Navy for two years.