Simply put, Dr. Jalin B. Johnson is the consummate academic professional. Teaching courses in both the School of Business and Professional Studies, as well as in the School of Education provides her with the unique perspective of working with students who seek to earn degrees that encompass three levels of higher education including the Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership, Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership and the Doctorate in Education Organizational Leadership programs.
Personally, I’ve had the pleasure of working directly with Dr. Johnson for many years serving on Brandman University’s Institutional Review Board (BUIRB) where she is one of its most respected members.
I’ve also observed her commitment to assisting doctoral candidates complete their dissertations through her positive encouragement, student-centeredness and insightful recommendations.
Dr. Johnson serves as the branch Diversity Chair for the American Association for University Women (AAUW). Recently, I was able to attend a presentation that Dr. Johnson made to more than 70 Brandman faculty, administrators and staff members on behalf of AAUW.
It was obvious that she is a polished presenter and gifted facilitator as she led the attendees on a powerful discussion on challenging assumptions.
Obviously, I have the utmost respect, admiration and appreciation for the talents of Dr. Jalin B. Johnson. I provide unequivocal support for her promotion to Associate Professor in the School of Business and Professional Studies.
Dr. Alan Enomoto, Associate Dean/Associate Professor School of Education email@example.com