Two members of Barry University’s School of Social Work faculty were recently named among the top Black educators in South Florida by Legacy Magazine. Sharon Singleton, DSW, associate professor and Tisa McGhee, PhD, assistant professor, represent Barry in Legacy Magazine’s list of South Florida’s 2015 Top Black Educators. Singleton earned a spot on the Legacy Miami listing while McGhee earned placement on the Legacy South Florida list.
Each year in September, Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida release their lists of South Florida’s Top Black Educators. Recipients include teachers, professors, coaches who go above and beyond the call of duty to support their students and the organization they work for. South Florida’s Top Black Educators are highly respected by their peers, demonstrate an outstanding level of professional achievement, and are committed to civic engagement.
Previous recipients of Legacy’s Top Black Educators award include CCSI Director Glen Bowen in 2013 and Vice President of Institutional Technology Yvette Brown in 2014.
Established in 2004, Legacy Magazine provides news and information to Florida’s Black affluencers and influencers. Legacy is a news/business publication serving Florida’s black professional community with insightful articles and information on business, careers, politics, lifestyle, culture and social commentary. Through a distribution partnership with The Miami Herald and The Sun Sentinel Legacy is circulated as a supplement and publishes bi-monthly.
Barry is among six colleges and universities in South Florida with faculty selected to the list of South Florida’s 2015 Top Black Educators. Other schools represented on the list include Miami-Dade College, University of Miami, Florida Memorial, Nova Southeastern University, Broward College, and Palm Beach State College.
To view the online editions of Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida, visit the links below:
Legacy South Florida: https://www.joomag.com/magazine/mag/0882163001441371212?feature=archive