Dr. Rosalind R. King is recognized for her outstanding work in the planning, implementation, development, deployment, and management of Information Technology (IT) enterprise systems. Her work in the IT industry has reach 18 years in higher education. Since 1997, Dr. King’s career in IT has advanced at Kennesaw State University where she excels in the management of enterprise systems application and performance, customer IT support, and information systems security.
In 2014, she began her teaching career in higher education as an online part-time Assistant Professor of Knowledge Management at Kennesaw State University, University College, First-Year and Transitions Studies Program. Dr. King earned her Ph.D. in Management with a specialization in Knowledge Management from Walden University. Her dissertation, “Assessing College Students’ Desire to Enhance Global Learning Competencies,” was presented at Walden University 2012 Winter Research Symposium. In recognition of the successful completion of her doctoral degree and the presentation of her dissertation research she was presented The Presidential Alumni Research Dissemination Award.
Dr. King was awarded the Possible Woman Foundation Scholarship Award to pursue her online Ph.D. degree at Walden University. Her membership with EDUCAUSE, Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning (CETL), and the Online Learning Sloan Consortium provides a forum to advance her research interests and make her continuous contributions to the learning success of underserved students in higher education.
Dr. King concerns for the rights and protection of women and girls and the fight against cancer among aging adults is demonstrated in the volunteer work and support she does in her community. She was born in Detroit, MI and moved to Atlanta, Georgia in 1974. She is a proud mother of son Jason and daughter Rosanna.