Adjunct Assistant Professor
Dr. Niesha Douglas is a native of Greensboro, NC. Her collegiate journey includes a B.S from North Carolina Central University in Athletic Training, an M.S from High Point University in Sport Studies, and her Ed.D from UNC-Charlotte in Educational Leadership.
In 2007, Dr. Douglas was chosen to intern with the Women's Sport Foundation in Atlanta, GA, where she was able to work for tennis great Billie Jean King. Dr. Douglas' continues to perfect her craft by continuing to learn in different fields.
Dr. Douglas has recently co-authored a book on food insecurity that will be published in early 2021. Her research interest includes Culturally Responsive Mentoring, Recreation Centers as Think Tanks, and Aging in Physical Education.