Michelle Susberry Hill, Ed.D was an online facilitator for the University of Phoenix for over 14 years. She taught Models and Theories of Education and also worked as a Dissertation Chair for students working on their Doctorates. She was a Reading Coach in an elementary school district in Dolton, Illinois for 8 years before taking a position as a Business Teacher for elementary students in the same district.
Michelle received her undergraduate degree in Economics from the University of Illinois. She has a Master's degree in the Teaching of Reading from Chicago State University and a Masters in Educational Administration Governors State University. Michelle’s doctorate is in Curriculum and Instruction from Loyola University-Chicago. Her interests are in the advancement of education with the use of technology and social media. She has previously presented with The Academic Forum and AECT. She is currently listed as a University Supervisor in the Student Teaching Program and Associate Faculty. Dr. Hill is doing Independent Research on gender issues, genealogy, social media, and K-12 and Higher Education Issues. She also welcomes opportunities for group research.
Lastly, Dr. Hill is a spouse of a Military Retiree.