| Henderson Offices |
| || Memphis Office |
| Freed-Hardeman University |
| || 5565 Shelby Oaks Drive |
| Henderson, TN 38340 |
| || Memphis, TN 38134 |
| Gardner Center, Ground Floor |
| || 901-383-8972 |
| 1-800-348-3481 ext. 6082 |
| || Fax: 901-383-6507 |
| Fax: 731-989-6997 |
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Gene Reeves, Ed.D., Associate Professor
Chair, Department of Education
Karen L. Cypress, Ed.D., Associate Professor
Director of Graduate Studies in Education, Memphis Campus
5565 Shelby Oaks Drive, Memphis, TN
Dr. Jeff Cozzens is the Director of Educational Leadership at Freed-Hardeman University. Dr. Cozzens has had a wide variety of experiences in public education that spanned over 30 years. Recently retired from Shelby County Schools, Dr. Cozzens was a Band Director, Assistant Principal, Principal and Central Office Administrator. Dr. Cozzens states his most rewarding yet challenging opportunity was opening and serving as Principal of Arlington High School for 8 years.
I consider it an honor and privilege to teach at Freed-Hardeman University. Though I have spent over half of my career as a K-12 school administrator, my heart has always been in the classroom working with students. There is nothing I enjoy more than helping to build the leadership capacity of my students. I consider it a unique privilege to help prepare future school leaders from a Christian perspective.
Marie Johnson, Ed. D., Assistant Professor
Director Special Education
Elizabeth Saunders, Ed.D., Professor
Professor of Education
After working as an elementary school counselor in Texas, Dr. Carol Waymire started teaching at FHU in 1978. She counseled, worked with freshmen and taught classes for 21 years and then took off eight years while doing mission work in Aruba with her family. Dr. Waymire served as the school counselor at the International School of Aruba and also taught and was the counselor for the University of Aruba, Hospitality Faculty. In 2007, Dr. Waymire returned to FHU as a freshmen advisor, director of retention, and an associate professor in education, teaching in the graduate school counseling program.
Sherye Holley serves as the Administrative Assistant to the Director of Graduate Studies in Education and to the Director of the Ed.S and Admin./Supervision programs. She is a transplant from Illinois, and began working with Freed-Hardeman in August 2005. She has been married to Donnie for 40 years and they have one son Daniel, one daughter-in-law Adrienne (who currently works in the office of facilities), 2 grandsons and 1 granddaughter.
Memphis Graduate Office
Sandra Hudley serves as Secretary for the School of Education/Memphis Campus. Sandra joined the staff in January 2011. She attended Freed-Hardeman College, majoring in Social Administration, and attended Miller Hawkins Business College, completing the program by achieving certification as a Medical Office Specialist II.
Sandra is married to James Hudley and they have one daughter, Sheerah, a son-in-law, Coby Davis, and one granddaughter, Shelby.