Jason J. Dorsette hails from North Carolina. Jason has a Bachelor of Arts in History and Education, Masters in Public Administration and Policy, and is currently a Ph.D. student in the Language, Educational Policy, and Equity program (LEEP) in the College of Education at OSU. Jason also teaches both graduate and undergraduate level courses at OSU.
Jason research interest areas include student success, male development, organizational culture and strategic planning, spirituality & liberation, all areas/functions of multicultural affairs, the African Diaspora, and leadership & involvement.
Outside of OSU, Jason is an active member of his fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Incorporated, as well as, a host of other professional, social, and civic associations and organizations.
One of Jason’s greatest joys is serving as a mentor to students, as well as new and mid-level higher education professionals. During his spare time, he likes to read self-help books, academic journals, and publications; spend time with family and close friends; travel; and visit blogs focused on men’s fashion, sports, and culture. One of his guilty pleasures is getting lost for hours surfing YouTube. More than anything else, Jason LOVES to make others happy and help them discover their passion and true calling.