Gina Warren, EdD
College of Education
An educator in Ashford University’s College of Education, Dr. Gina Warren received all her degrees from Arizona State University: a Bachelor’s degree in Special Education, a Master’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education, and doctorate degree in 2009 at ASU in Leadership and Innovation in Education. She has been teaching in higher education programs for the past 6 years in face-to-face, hybrid, videoconferencing, and online teaching formats. Undergraduate and graduate courses she has taught include special education curriculum and methods, classroom and behavior management, special education assessment, language and literacy in special education, teaching mathematics for students with disabilities, action research in education, foundations in special education, global issues in special education, assistive technology, and family practices in special education. She has supported pre-service and in-service teachers in the classroom through clinical supervision, as well as served as a campus administrator for field experience at ASU. Prior to working in higher education, she worked in Arizona K-12 public schools in general and special educational settings, and also worked as an instructional coach. Dr. Warren has been an active member of CEC (Council of Exceptional Children, NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), DISES-CEC, and ASCD (Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) for the past 10 years. In recent years, she has presented at several professional conferences for AERA, Barrows Traumatic Brain Injury Symposium, Sloan-C International Conference, and AERO.