Areas of Expertise:
- Qualitative Research
- Culturally Responsive Program Evaluation
- Collaborative Evaluation
- Black Education (K-20)
- Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- M.S., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- B.A., Spelman College
Black generational dialogue(s): Unpacking tensions and learning the commonalities of education values in one rural community
Askew, K., Beverly, M. G., & Jay, M. (2012). Collaborative Evaluation Strategies that Promote Culturally-Responsive Evaluations. Evaluation and Program Planning, 35(4), 552-557. doi: 10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2011.12.011
Daire, A., Harris, S., Carlson, R. G., Munyon, M. D., Rappleyea, D. L., Beverly, M. G. & Hiett, J. (2012). Fruits of Improved communication: The experiences of older Hispanic participants in a relationship education program. Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, 11, 112-129. doi: 10.1080/15332691.2012.666498
Edwards, N. N., Beverly, M. G., & Alexander-Snow, M. (2011). Troubling Success: Interviews with Black Female Faculty. The Florida Journal of Educational Administration & Policy, 5, 14-26.
Noblit, G. W., Beverly, M. G. & Blaisdell, B. (2009). Sustaining arts-based school reform. In G. W. Noblit, H. D. Corbett, B. L. Wilson, & M. B. McKinney, Creating and sustaining arts-based school reform: The A+ Schools Program (pp. 99-137). New York: Routledge.
Noblit, G. W., Beverly, M. G. & Blaisdell, B. (2009). Sustaining change: The difference the arts makes in schools. In G. W. Noblit, H. D. Corbett, B. L. Wilson, & M. B. McKinney, Creating and sustaining arts-based school reform: The A+ Schools Program (pp. 138-162). New York: Routledge.
Selected Professional Experience:
- Member-at-Large, Multi-Ethnic Issues in Evaluation Topical Interest Group, American Evaluation Association
- Independent Evaluation Consultant
- Assistant Professor, University of Central Florida
- Evaluation Consultant, UNC-Chapel Hill
- Coordinator, ENGAGE! Parent Theater Group, UNC-Chapel Hill