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Dr. Constance Wright | Dean of the College of Education

Constance Wright, Ed.D.

Dean of the College of Education
Professor of Education

Dr. Constance Wright serves as the Dean of the College of Education at NGU. Wright earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Education (’92) from Mars Hill College and a Master of Arts in Education from Western Carolina University, and an Ed.D. in Education/Educational Leadership from the University of Phoenix. She received her masters in (’00) and her Ed.D. in (’06). She also holds a current teaching license in North Carolina. Prior to teaching at NGU, Wright worked as a Department Chair for the College of Education at Montreat, and taught in Buncombe County Schools as an elementary and high school teacher, as well as a reading specialist. In her spare time, Wright enjoys hiking and exploring the beautiful vistas of God’s creation with her family and friends.
 

Shelley Dugle, Ed.D.

Associate Dean of the Graduate Programs
Professor of Education

Dr. Shelley Dugle has served as the dean of the Graduate School of Education at NGU since 2010, where she has developed the M.Ed. and Ed.D. programs with her team of faculty members. She enjoys both administrative tasks and teaching graduate courses. Prior to this, Dugle taught K-9 students with mild to moderate disabilities in the public school setting and also undergraduate education majors at a previous institution. Dugle enjoys spending time with her two daughters, three dogs, and family/friends. She currently serves on the board for Bella Muntean-Angel Heart of HOPE Ministry and is thankful for every day God has given her to enjoy love and life.

Susan Boiter

Administrative Assistant
F.Y.E. Instructor for College of Education

Susan Boiter serves as an Administrative Assistant and F.Y.E Instructor in the College of Education. Boiter earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of South Carolina and her Master of Arts degree in Human Resources Development/Management from Webster University. Prior to her employment at NGU, Boiter worked as a Human Resource Specialist/Benefits Manager Assistant at Greenville Technical College and then as Administration Manager of the Worship and Arts Ministry at her church.  In her spare time, Boiter enjoys mentoring and counseling at her church through Care Ministries.


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