Dr. Gloria D. Campbell-Whatley

Dr. Gloria D. Campbell-Whatley

Gloria D. Campbell-Whatley received her Ed.D. from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa. She is currently at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where she teaches doctoral- and master-level courses in special education. She has taught fourth grade and has been a special education teacher as well as a special education administrator. Her research focuses on social skills and diversity issues in special education. She has written articles for various leading journals in her field, including Intervention in School and Clinic and Teacher Education and Special Education. She recently wrote Strategies and Procedures in Designing Proactive Interventions with Culturally Diverse Populations with E/BD Children and Their Caregivers, a title in the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Mini Library Series for the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders. Dr. Campbell-Whatley has led research strands and preconference workshops for various divisions of CEC. In addition, she has led several workshops and presentations for various schools and communities and has made a number of juried research paper presentations at state, regional, national, and international conferences. She has been a guest lecturer at universities in Benin, West Africa, and Teresina, Brazil. Dr. Campbell-Whatley was elected to the CEC Board of Directors in 2002 and has been an officer for several CEC chapters.