The Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Student Success is pleased to announce a new team member to its division. A’Lelianne Warren, Ph.D., who currently serves as the Coordinator for the Adult Career Pathways (ACP) Program at NOVA. The Adult Career Pathways Program provides a support system and prepares adults for a successful academic and professional career.
Dr. Warren has worked in various roles in the community and higher education over the past 10 years. The previous work she did at Prince George’s Community College with the TRiO/Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) program prompted her most recent research to understand what factors motivate academic achievement in military veterans. In addition, Dr. Warren was an adjunct faculty member at Prince George’s Community College where she taught Student Success, Developmental English, and General Psychology courses. She is a passionate student affairs professional and has carried an outstanding record of ensuring student success. Dr. Warren holds a Bachelor’s degree in science from Elizabeth City State University, a Master’s degree from Norfolk State University, and a Doctorate of Philosophy’s degree in Advanced Studies in Human Behavior from Capella University.
Dr. Warren will work in the Adult Career Pathways Office at the Pitney Bowes building near the Annandale Campus.