Jamille has worked within non-profits, research foundations, and offices of institutional research from sea to shining sea (NY and CA). She prides herself on the contributions to projects that aim to transform the educational plain and ultimately improve the multifaceted student experience.
Specifically, Jamille has empirically explored socio-emotional research constructs such as Self-Efficacy, Expectancy-Value, Academic Identity, Community Cultural Wealth, Grading Beliefs, and Guided Pathways both quantitatively and qualitatively.
- B.A. Psychology from SUNY New Paltz
- M.A. Educational Psychology from Hunter College
Implicit Bias, Theory of Possible Self, Self Determination Theory, and Near Peer Learning.
Jamille says, "I’m from upstate New York and did a lot of fox hunting on horseback in my hay day!"