RODERFIELD, W.Va. – Dr. Donald Reed Jr was recently promoted at Liberty University to Assistant Professor/Instructional Mentor for the School of Health Sciences.
Specifically, Donald teaches in the Masters in Public Health Program and assists with doctoral dissertation committees. In addition, Reed will continue his work at the McDowell County Commission on Aging, Inc.
Liberty University is a private evangelical university in Lynchburg, Virginia. Liberty is the largest private non-profit universities in the United States by total student enrollment.
Donald holds a B.A. in History from Concord University, Masters’s Degree with coursework in History, in Liberal Studies, and in Substance Abuse Prevention and Policy, and a Doctorate in Public Health with a concentration in Health Advocacy and Leadership. He is certified in public health and is a tobacco treatment specialist. His community work and research have been featured in publications by the University of California – San Francisco, National CADCA Strategizers, the American Legacy Foundation, the Rural Assistance Center, the National African American Tobacco Prevention Network, the Journal of Extension, and the Frontier Journal of Public Health.
Donald resides in Roderfield with his wife, Sharryn LaNelle Reed, and his children, Evan and Keaton Reed.