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Maxine A. Bradshaw, Ph.D.

Maxine A. Bradshaw, Ph.D.
Chair of Psychology and Counseling Undergraduate Program and Professor of Psychology

Dr. Bradshaw, a graduate of Howard University, is Advisor of Pillar College Psi Chi International Honors Society dedicated to the promotion of the field of Psychology and Counseling. Through her guidance, Pillar College Psi Chi was featured in the Eye on Psi Chi, the official magazine of Psi Chi. Dr. Bradshaw brings innovative programs and experiences to the student population through collaborations with the FBI, DEA, HBO, Anchor of Hope Alliance, DHHS, and other organizations to bring Conferences and Workshops to the Pillar College Community. She is currently the President of the Caribbean Teachers’ Mission, an organization founded to empower students, teachers and administrators in the Caribbean region and provide physical and financial support. Dr. Bradshaw is an author, journal reviewer for the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) and the International Consortium of Educators (ICED) and, along with her colleagues, published in the Education Journal: The Department Chair.
What does Pillar College mean to you? Pillar College propagates a culture of love and care that is disseminated throughout the organization. We embrace our differences and respect diversity as we empower each individual to pursue their destiny. Within our staff and faculty, there is an understanding of the urgency to impact the next generation to become transformational leaders

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