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Education Leadership Review List of Reviewers (July 2009)

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Reviewers and their university affiliations for the July 2009 publication of the NCPEA Education Leadership Review, a nationally peer-review journal in education leadership. Editors I. Philip Young, University of California Davis; and Kenneth Lane, Southeastern Louisiana University.
Table 1: Education Leadership Review List of Reviewers (July 2009 Issue)
David Dunnaway, University North Carolina Charlotte William Price, Eastern Michigan University Kenneth Rasmussen, South Dakota State University
Delois Maxwell, Virginia State University Sandra Harris, Lamar University Kathleen Campbell, Southeastern Louisiana University
Rose McNeese, University of Southern Mississippi Athanase Gahungu, Chicago State University James Drexler, Covenant College
Bettye Grigsby, University of Houston Clear Lake Jody Isernhagen, University Nebraska Lincoln Paul Hewitt, University of Arkansas
Jerry Johnson, Ohio University Virgil Freeman, Northwest Missouri University Jacque Jacobs, Washington Central University
Francis Duffy, Gallaudet University Marcia Lamkin, University of North Florida Carlton Holt, University of Arkansas
Renard Jackson, North Central College Mack Hines, Sam Houston State University Gary Schumacher, University of Houston Clear Lake
Glenn Koontz, Regent University Donnie Snider, Abilene Christian University Lisa Driscoll, University of North Carolina Charlotte
Mick Arnold, Southwest Baptist University Thomas Kersten, Roosevelt University Linda Searby, University of Alabama Birmingham
Donald Wise, California State University Fresno John Fulwiler, Southeastern Louisiana University Ronald Lindahl, Alabama State University
Heather Duncan, University of Wyoming Judith Zimmerman, Bowling Green State University Lu Stephens, Angelo State University
Effie Christie, Kean University Robert Beach, Alabama State University James Berry, Eastern Michigan University
Lloyd Goldsmith, Abilene Christian University Patricia Marcelina, Adelphi University Ric Brown, Brown Consulting
Jason Mixon, Lamar University Douglas Roby, Wright State University Janet Tareilo, Stephen F. Austin State University
Mohamed Nur-Awaleh, Illinois State University Douglas DeWhitt, Salisbury University Jeffrey Oescher, Southeastern Louisiana University
Angela Webster, University of Central Arkansas Mary Harris-John, Marshall University Beverly Irby, Sam Houston State University
Marcus Shelton, George Fox University Craig Peck, University of Central Georgia Carlos Alers, Universidad Metropolitana
Marjorie Ringler, East Carolina University Bill Keane, Oakland University John Hunt, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Mary English, George Washington University Earl Newby, Virginia State University  

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