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- B.S., Hampton University – Business Management
- M.B.A., Boston University – Graduate School of Management, Concentration: Health Care Management
- Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University - Adult Learning and Leadership, Department of Organization and Leadership
- Professional Development and Career Ladder Opportunities for Health and Human Services Workers
- Intersection of Experiential Learning and Health Behavior Change; Women’s Health
- Supported entry (and return) to college for adult learners
- Contextualized Curriculum Development
Lassiter, S., Shockley, C., Ebenstein, W. on behalf of CUNY, Office of the University Dean for Health and Human Services (2013). Emerging Career Pathways in the New York City Healthcare Workforce: Credited College-Level Certificates for Assistive Health Personnel.
Shockley, C., Lassiter, S., Ebenstein, W. on behalf of CUNY, Office of the University Dean for Health and Human Services (2013). New York City Emerging Healthcare Workforce: Health Homes Case Study Project.
Thompson, A. and Shockley, C. (2013). Developing youth workers: Career ladders for sector stability. Children and Youth Services Review, 35 (3), 447-452.
Shockley, C. (2012) Women, meaning making and lifestyle change after a cardiac event. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 31 (6), 799-815.
Shockley, C. and Thompson, A., (2012). Youth workers in college: A replicable model for professional development, Children and Youth Services Review, 34 (4), 735-739.