B.S.W., Norfolk State University
M.S.W., Norfolk State University
M.A., Grand Rapids Theological Seminary
Ph.D. Program, Capital Seminary and Graduate School
Education and Work Experience
Sherita is a faculty member in the School of Social Sciences and Human Services at Grace Christian University. She oversees the Urban Studies concentration of the Human Services degree. Sherita has earned both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Community Development from Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Virginia. She also has a master’s degree in Biblical Studies from Grand Rapids Theological Seminary. She is presently working toward obtaining her license as a Clinical Social Worker. Some of her past work experiences include being an executive director of two faith-based grassroots community organizations in Kalamazoo, Michigan and Atlanta, Georgia. Similarly, she has worked as a child protective service worker, adoption recruiter, and child and family advocate.