Degrees and Certifications:
Dr. Victoria Reese
Victoria K. Reese received a Doctor of Education degree from Alabama State University in 2012. Her areas of concentration were Educational Leadership, Policy, and Law. Dr. Reese also earned Master of Education in Elementary Education from Alabama State University, a Master of Education in Administration and Supervision as well as a Bachelor of Science in Social Science. Dr. Reese is also working towards becoming a political strategist and/or consultant at The George Washington University. Dr. Reese’s academic interests include research and methodology, educational law, leadership, American government and politics and humanities. In addition to her serving as an Adjunct Instructor at Troy University, she has taught elementary school in Montgomery Public Schools, served as a school administrator in Crenshaw County Schools, and after 23 years away from hometown returned to the Birmingham Metro Area to serve as a school administrator in Jefferson County Schools.
In addition to her academic activities, Dr. Reese also has an extensive background working with the local, state, and national education associations. Some of her work included serving as a National Education Association (NEA) as an online facilitator for a NEA360 Professional Practice (formally known as GPS Network) Learning Community. Dr. Reese’s hard work and leadership with the educational association, allotted her the privilege of being one of four special guests invited by the NEA to visit the White House during the National Teacher of the Year Ceremony in the spring of 2016.
Dr. Reese also served as a member of the inaugurating team of Alabama Network of Fellow Teachers for the State of Alabama Department of Education.