Warren A Hodge

Associate Professor

Leadership, School Counseling & Sports Management • College of Education & Human Services

Areas of Expertise

Leadership development and assessment; law and ethics; mixed methods and survey research; policy analysis; international and cross-cultural education with an emphasis on the Caribbean, Latin America, and Africa; human resource development; and strategic thinking and planning


Ph.D. Educational Leadership, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dissertation: The Tasks of Public Education in the United States Virgin
M.A. Counseling and Psychology, New York University
B.A. University of the Virgin Islands and University of Connecticut


Dr. Hodge is a tenured associate professor of educational leadership at the University of North Florida where he teaches graduate and doctoral courses in leadership assessment and development, law and ethics, human resource development, and educational research. He earned his B.A. degree from the University of the Virgin Islands and the University of Connecticut, an M.A. Degree in Counseling and Psychology from New York University, and a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership with an emphasis on educational law and research from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Hodge’s scholarly work includes one book, numerous publications in a variety of professional journals, and numerous research reports and funded grants. His research interests include holistic leadership assessment and development; international and cross-cultural education; strategic thinking and planning as transformative leadership processes; the nexus between law, ethics, and leadership behavior; and the ways public policies are formulated, adapted, and implemented. Dr. Hodge is particularly interested in the role effective policies play in reforming and transforming education in our global society, especially in the Caribbean, Latin America, and Africa. 


American Educational Research Association
Educational Law Association
Florida Association of Professors of Educational Leadership

HodgeContact Information

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(904) 620-1812