In her new job, she is responsible for working on the development of the new doctorate of education program, along with recruitment plans, partnerships with school districts, and networks of collaborators across the world. Mallory is also establishing an educational studio, which is a virtual and face-to-face “lab” where doctoral students and other school leaders may collaborate and work to solve problems of practice.
“I am so happy to be in a university where being extraordinary is an expectation,” says Mallory. “Working with outstanding leaders, such as our inaugural group of doctoral students, is truly a privilege and pleasure.”
Mallory comes to HPU with much experience. She was inducted into East Carolina University’s College of Education Hall of Fame in 2011, received the Southern Regional Council Educational Administration Award of the Year in 2010 and was also named North Carolina Principal of the Year in 2000.
Mallory earned a Bachelor of Science in English education, a Master of Education in English education, Master of Library Science, Educational Specialist degree in educational leadership, and a Doctor of Education in educational leadership, all from East Carolina University.