Dr. Jewell Winn has 28 years of administrative, teaching, and course development experience in the field of higher education. Her extensive background in facilities management with Tennessee State University includes notable roles as the Director of Business Operations from 2003 to 2011, and the Superintendent of Administrative Services from 1991 to 2003.
In the late 2000s, Dr. Winn served on a national facilities management evaluation team with the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers, which reviewed and evaluated the organizational structure of five southern universities. She has also developed and taught courses in topics such as training, facilities planning, management, leadership, and human resources for the U.S. Army, Tennessee State University, and Grand Canyon University, and has presented nationally on topics related to both management and female gender issues in education.
Since 2008, Dr. Winn has served as an Adjunct Professor and Course Lead for Strayer University’s School of Education.
She holds an Ed.D. in Educational Administration and a Master of Public Administration from Tennessee State University, and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from Middle Tennessee State University.
Dr. Winn was the recipient of a 2007 Women of Achievement Award from the Women in Higher Education in Tennessee and a 2005 Pacesetter Award from the International Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers. She is a 2012 graduate of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Millennium Leadership Institute; a Presidential development program for aspiring university leaders.