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Dr. Alisa's Bio:
Dr. Alisa M. Ross is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She earned a Bachelor of Science in 2003 and a Master of Arts in 2005 from Southern University and A&M College. In 2014, she earned a Doctorate of Education from Nova Southeastern University.
Alisa is an educator with over 17 years of experience. She taught in the K-12 setting for 15 years. Currently, she is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Southern University with a focus on developing and enhancing the craft of teaching for future teachers. When the opportunity and time permits, she enjoys presenting and attending conferences.
Alisa is an active member of the East Baton Rouge Parish Chapter of the Southern University Alumni Federation, where she serves as the Recording Secretary. She is also the Advisor of the Eta Mu Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an International Honor Society in Education. Alisa is President of the Southern University Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa International.
Alisa was a 2018 recipient of The ReBirth Magazine 5th Annual Legend Award and the 2018 East Baton Rouge Parish Chapter Alumnus of the Year Award.
Dr. Ross attends New Gideon Baptist Church. She is a member of the Sanctuary choir, the Young Adult choir, the Young Adult Dance Ministry, the Media Ministry, and the Nehemiah Ministry. She enjoys giving back to her community and spending time with her family and friends.