Dr. DaBeth Manns earned a bachelors degree from the Department of Political Science at Wake Forest University in 1997, where she attended on a Dr. Joseph G. Gordon scholarship. She has provided education services for 20 years to people and organizations (including government and clergy) having earned a doctorate from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Purdue University in 2003. While there, she taught a section of the Multiculturalism in Education course to pre-service teachers and presented as well as published scholarly discourse in international extension education. Prior to that, she taught at a proprietary business school upon earning a masters degree from the Department of Human Development and Services at North Carolina A&T State University in 2000.
Professional and scholastic travels have carried her throughout North and South America as well as East and West Africa. Along with consultant work, Dr. Manns has served as a Community Advisory Board member as well as a volunteer mentor and tutor for non-profit organizations in the Greater Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area in the past. Affiliations have included the WHC-Medstar Teen Alliance for Prepared Parenting program, the Bethune-DuBois Institute and the organizations below. She has also volunteered many years, as a past participant judge, for the annual Dr. Martin Luther king, Jr. Oratorical Contest sponsored by the Prince William County (Virginia) Delta Research and Education Foundation.
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