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Board Members

Executive Board


Yi Hao

Editor-in-Chief: Yi Hao

Yi Hao is a Ph.D. candidate in the Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership with a concentration in Higher Education Administration. Yi is actively involved in professional organizations, such as the Association for the Study of Higher Education, American Educational Research Association, American Associations of Colleges for Teacher Education, the Council for the Study of Community Colleges as a reviewer and presenter. Prior to her Ph.D. program, Yi graduated from the Honors Program of Sichuan University in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language and English Language and Literature. She then pursued her master's degree in Chinese Language Teaching from Beijing Normal University. Yi has worked as a language teacher, curriculum developer, gifted program coordinator, and graduate student researcher. Driven by her interests in educational psychology, Yi's research focuses on adult learning, gender issues, faculty and leadership development. Yi serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the William & Mary Educational Review.

Alana Davis

Managing Editor:Alana Davis

Alana is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in the Higher Education Administration program at William & Mary. She is a part-time student, working full time as the registrar at Randolph-Macon College. She obtained her M.A. in English with an emphasis in Literature from Virginia Commonwealth University and her B.S in Kinesiology and Philosophy from William and Mary. Alana has previously served as Reviewer, Lead Reviewer, and Copy Editor with the journal and is excited to work with the journal in this new capacity – especially with such a strong editorial board. Alana’s research interests include educational policy, particularly with regard to gender, college student development, and the role of parents in college students’ academic lives.


Johann Ducharme

Associate Editor:Johann Ducharme

Johann is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at William & Mary (personal reflections at http://johann.blogs.wm.edu/) With ten years of university experience in admissions, academic advising, teaching, and international student development, he received his Bachelor's in Communications from Gordon College and Masters in Education Policy & Leadership from the University of Maryland, College Park. Before starting his Ph.D., he worked for the Institute of International Education, the largest- and longest-serving provider of international exchange programs. His research interests include college student development (identity, international, and leadership), liberal arts colleges, and transformative learning experiences.

2018-2019 Editorial Board

Lead Reviewers:
Leah Horrell—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Curriculum Leadership)
Jamon Flowers—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (K-12 Administration)
Sean Newhart—Counselor Education and Supervision
Noël Williams—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Curriculum Leadership)

Reviewers:
Shuhui Fan—Counselor Education and Supervision
Nancy Chae—Counselor Education and Supervision
Denise Lewis—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Curriculum Leadership)
Sarah Nuss—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Curriculum Leadership)
Corey Falls—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Higher Education Administration)
Alexis Michalos—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Higher Education Administration)
Jingjing Liu— Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Higher Education Administration)
Megan Storey Hallam—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Executive Ed.D.)
Melanie Megias—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Ed.D.)
Tom Fisher—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Executive Ed.D.)
Lomi Li—School Counseling

Copy Editor:
Chandra Floyd—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Gifted Education)
Sarah Nuss—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Curriculum Leadership)

Editorial Assistants:
Ryan Patterson—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Higher Education Administration)
Sam Nussbaum—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Higher Education Administration)
Mary Kate Watkins—Educational Policy, Planning, and Leadership (Higher Education Administration)

To our Editorial Board:

Thank you for your commitments and sacrifices. At professional conferences, Editors of other journals often ask us, “What do reviewers get in return for their participation?” Though you do not receive compensation, nor currently receive course credit for your work with the journal, our goal is that you continue to benefit from this unique learning opportunity within our ever growing community of scholars long after you graduate. Authors of the journal would not receive the supportive and critical feedback they do without the hours you spend offering them specific, encouraging, and, sometimes challenging, suggestions. We are lucky to have you as a part of The William & Mary Educational Review.

Faculty Advisors

Jim Barber and Jamel K. Donnor