Tarae Terry
Dr. Tarae Terry
Doctoral Dissertation Chair and Associate Professor
Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Management: Human Resource Development, Drexel University; M.S. in Organizational Development and Leadership: Adult Learning and Training, St. Joseph’s University; B.S. in Health Services Administration, Drexel University

Dr. Tarae Terry is Doctoral Dissertation Chair and Associate Professor in the School of Arts and Education at St. Thomas University (STU), Miami Gardens, FL. She has over 16 plus years of experience in higher education to include but not limited to supporting, developing and facilitating curriculum development, program development, program/project management and professional development for faculty, staff and students. In addition to her education administration experience she has also facilitated at the undergraduate, graduate, doctoral level at a variety of institutions in the US and Canada. Dr. Terry has facilitated courses around leadership, project management, change, educational technology, learning and organizations, research methods, human resource development, communication and professionalism. Additionally, she serves as Founding Member, Vice President and Chair of the HR Committee on the Board of Trustees for a Charter School.

Dr. Terry holds a Doctor of Education Degree from Drexel University in Educational Leadership and Management: Human Resource Development and a Master’s of Science Degree in Organizational Development and Leadership: Adult Learning and Training from St. Joseph's University. Her research interests span from higher education, K-12 and the corporate fields as it relates to education, special education, technology, professional development, mentoring, career advancement, human resource management and development practices, diversity and workplace incivility.

  • Terry, T., & Ghosh, R. (2015). Mentoring from Different Social Spheres: How Can Multiple Mentors Help in Doctoral Student Success in Ed. D Programs?. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 23(3), 187-212.
  • Terry, T. (Presenter). The impact multiple mentoring relationships have on attrition in an EdD program. 2nd Annual Black Doctoral Network Conference, Philadelphia, PA, (October, 2014).
  • Terry, T. (Invited Presenter). Effective interprofessional communication. University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, (October, 2013).