Jessica Spradley, M.A, is a seasoned professional in education with over 15 years of experience. Mrs. Spradley’s awarded degrees include a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Cultural Anthropology from The College of Wooster and a Master’s degree in Sociology with a minor in Black Studies from Eastern Michigan University. She is currently working on her PhD in Social Foundations of Education with a minor in Research and Measurement at The University of Toledo with completion expected in the fall of 2019.
Mrs. Spradley is currently a faculty member at California University of Pennsylvania, and also teaches adjunct courses at Robert Morris University and Community College of Allegheny County. She has a demonstrated commitment to issues of diversity and their incorporation into curriculum. Additionally, she has experience prioritizing diversity and equity through facilitating multiple sessions of CARE (Conversations about Race and Ethnicity) dialogues and coordinating Civic Engagement initiatives for Syracuse University. Mrs. Spradley has a strong commitment to education and creating opportunities for our youngest learners and their families.