Dr. Jeremiah Shipp

Adjunct Professor in the School of Leadership


Office: Off Campus


Dr. Shipp is a native of Winston-Salem, NC. He came to faith in Christ as a teenager. He has completed formal education at Tennessee State University, obtaining a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Business Information Systems, Master of Arts degree in Biblical Studies from Piedmont International University, and Doctor of Education degree in Higher Education Leadership from Texas A&M University-Commerce.

Dr. Shipp is a minister of the gospel and has served in various capacities in ministry. He is a member of Love and Faith Christian Fellowship in Greensboro, NC, where he serves as the Youth Coordinator of a vibrant and growing youth ministry. He believes it is the will of God that the body of Christ be fitly joined together without denominational and cultural divisions. Dr. Shipp is the husband of one wife, Vanita and they are the proud parents of two sons, Elijah and Joshua. His favorite scripture is Galatians 6:9, "And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not."

Academic Experience

  • Adjunct Professor, Piedmont International University, School of Leadership
  • Adjunct Instructor, Guilford Technical Community College, Center for Academic Engagement
  • Adjunct Professor, Carolina Christian College, Undergraduate Ministry Program

Teaching & Research Specializations

  • Faith Development Theory
  • Leadership
  • Online Education
  • Technology
  • Underrepresented minority groups 

Teaching Assignments

  • Bible College Success Seminar (BI 100)
  • College Transfer Success (ACA 122)
  • Dynamics of Leadership (ML 304)
  • Educational Research Methods (LEA 813)
  • Leadership with Technology (LEA 513)
  • Strategic Planning (ML 402)
  • The Ministry Leader (ML 301)

Ministry Experience

  • Altar Worker
  • Jail & Prison Ministry
  • Partners in Prayer
  • Youth Ministry (Youth Coordinator)
  • Christian Education (Youth/Teen Teacher)

Professional Experience

  • Systems Support Analyst 3 (Wells Fargo)
  • Quality Assurance Analyst (Wachovia)
  • Technology Associate (Wachovia)
  • Internet Quality Analyst (Wachovia)
  • Internal Auditor (Wachovia)


  • Shipp, J. E. (2017). Pressing toward the mark: The influence of spiritual meaning on the retention of african american male graduate students at public universities (Order No. 10281090). Available from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1912715376). Retrieved from https://login.proxy.tamuc.edu/login?url=http:// search.proquest.com.proxy.tamuc.edu/docview/1912715376?accountid=7083
  • Shipp, J. & Kim, J. (2014). The Gateway to Cultural Competence – The Implications of Leadership and Gender on the Student Affairs Organization. Focus on Colleges, Universities, and Schools, 8(1).

Professional Recognition

  • Outstanding Black Graduate, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2017
  • Shared Success Award, Wells Fargo, 2016
  • Presidential Excellence Award, National Society of Leadership & Success, 2013
  • Technology and Operations Group Gold Coin Award, Wells Fargo, 2013
  • YMCA Black Achievers Distinguished Service Award, YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Black Achievers Program, 2013
  • Dorothy Pace Philley Endowment, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2012-2013

Professional Organizations

  • INROADS, Inc. Alumnus
  • National Society of Leadership and Success

Community Service

  • Council Member, Forsyth County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council, Winston-Salem, NC, 2012-2014
  • Guardian ad Litem, North Carolina Juvenile Court, Winston-Salem, NC, 2007-2008
  • Grade Advisor, Crosby Scholars, Winston-Salem, NC, 2006-2007