Jeronda Burley PhD
5th Floor, Room 524
2500 W North Ave
Baltimore, MD 21216
I am an assistant professor in the Department of Social Work at Coppin State University. I routinely teach the following undergraduate courses: Social Work Research, Social Work and Technology, Introduction to Social Work, and Professional Seminar. I have also taught Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Independent Research, and Social Work Policy. In addition to teaching, I serve on numerous committees at the department, college, and university level. I have the pleasure of serving as a mentor to both students and junior faculty within the university.
I have published in several peer reviewed journals and am a co-author in a recent anthology. I am a regularly invited speaker and workshop facilitator for various organizations, churches, and local universities. I have over 20 years experience pursuing my research interests within community-based organizations and the faith community, as well as presenting my research at local, national, and international conferences, with multiple appearances on radio and television shows locally and abroad.
My research interests are African American caregivers, social work and technology, health promotion within faith-based organizations, religiosity and African Americans, homeschooling African American children, and Black mothers.
I am an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated; very involved in my local church, where I faithfully serve in the social media ministry; and am married with two amazing children.
Brade Stennis, K., Thurman, D., & Burley, J. (under review). Mothering and othering: Experiences of African American professional women. Demeter Press edited collection: Mothering and Social Work.
Burley, J. & Thurman, D. (2019). Faith, family, and friendship: Experiences of African American women living in the margins. Social Work and Christianity, 46(1), 8-19.
Sheridan, J., Burley, J., Hendricks, D., Rose, T. (2014). Caring for one's own: Variation in the lived experience of African American caregivers of elders. Journal of Ethic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 23(1), 1-19. DOI: 10.1080/15313204.2013.849642.
Hatcher, S., Clay, K., & Burley, J. (2009). The role of Black faith communities in fostering health. In R. Braithwaite, S. Taylor & H. Treadwell (Eds.), Health issues in the Black community, 3rd edition, pp. 507-522. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Hatcher, S., Burley, J., & Lee-Ouga, W. (2009). HIV prevention programs in the Black church: A viable health promotion resource for African American women. In S. MacMaster, B. Bride, & C. Davis (Eds.), International perspectives on women and HIV, pp. 74-89. New York: Routledge. *Reprinted with permission from Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.
Hatcher, S., Burley, J., & Lee, W. (2008). HIV prevention programs in the Black church: A viable health promotion resource for African American women? Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 17(3-4), 309-324.
- PhD, Social Work, The Catholic University of America, 2010
- MDiv, Theology, Howard University, 2002
- MS, Marriage & Family Therapy, Auburn University, 1996
- BA, Psychology, Auburn University, 1994
OFFICE MANAGEMENT: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Forms, Bookings, SharePoint, Forms, OneDrive); Google Suite (Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms); Calendly; Doodle Poll; Dropbox; Slack; Smartsheet; Survey Monkey; Prezi TECHNICAL/MEDIA: Graphic design (WordSwag, Canva, Adobe Spark, Postermywall, PicMonkey, Collage); Website design (Canva, Wix, Weebly, Squarespace; Shopify); Video-editing (iMovie, Inshot, Videoshop); Blogging (WordPress, Blogger); Web-conferencing (Zoom, Meet, Teams) COURSE MANAGEMENT/ENGAGEMENT: Blackboard, Google Classroom, PeopleSoft, Loom, Panapto, Tegrity, Slack, Remind, Jeopardy Labs, Flipgrid, Kahoot, Mentimeter; Padlet; Pearltrees ONLINE CERTIFICATION: Sloan-C Certification/Online Learning Consortium (OLC) Certificate Program, 2014