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Dr. Jennifer Simpson, a native of southern Appalachia, completed her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology with minors in religion and social work at Cumberland College. She went on to earn a Master of Arts degree in Special Education and a Rank I Certificate in Education through Union College. Additionally, she participated in the two-year Adolescent Literacy Coaching Project at Eastern Kentucky University, and she presented research on peer-administered reading programs for students with disabilities.
Dr. Goff is currently a Professor of Education for the University of the Cumberlands teaching on-line doctorial level courses for the Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership Degree Program. He has been an assistant professor at Missouri State University and taught undergraduate level physical education and military science courses. He has taught undergraduate level business classes for University of Maryland, Roane State Community College, and Tennessee Tech University. He has taught doctoral level courses for the University of the Cumberlands as an adjunct faculty member.
Derek holds a baccalaureate degree in history and an M.B.A. in Business Administration from Lincoln Memorial University. His graduate research focused on brand personality and consumer self-concept as antecedents of purchase decisions. Derek completed his doctoral degree at Vanderbilt University in Higher Education Leadership & Policy. His doctoral research centered on policy, operations, and marketing within the Tennessee Technology Center system.