Judith Bailey

Title: Academic Administrator, Educator, Consultant
Company: Winston-Salem State University
Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States

Judith Bailey, Consultant at Winston Salem State University, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in educational administration.

A graduate of Coker College, Ms. Bailey earned a Bachelor of Arts in 1968. Subsequently, she began her career as a teacher for Prince William County Public Schools in Woodbridge, Virginia, between 1968 and 1972. The following year, she secured a Master of Education from Virginia Tech and briefly contributed as an assistant principal at Osbourn High School in Manassas, Virginia, before accepting the position of a secondary school coordinator with Stafford County Schools from 1973 to 1974. As Ms. Bailey progressed with the district, she worked as the middle school coordinator before departing in 1976. She further received a Doctor of Education from Virginia Tech and joined the Cooperative Extension Service as a human relations coordinator in 1976.

Ms. Bailey would go on to hold several executive positions with the organization throughout Maryland, Washington D.C, and Maine until 1993. Moreover, she served as the vice president and president of numerous institutions including Northern Michigan University, the University of Maine, and Western Michigan University between 1993 and 2006. Currently, she excels as a consultant to the vice chancellor of Winston-Salem State University. In the past, she was the consultant to the chancellor of East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. The highlight of Ms. Bailey’s career was her years spent as president of Northern Michigan University. As president, she was able to see the totality of the involvement with the faculty staff and students but also the linkage to the community, the state government and the national scene. Now retired, Ms. Bailey enjoying cooking, traveling, and quality moments with her husband.

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