Ted Ogaldez

Ted Ogaldez, Ph.D.

I came to Davidson in 2013 to open and manage the newly created Fellowships Office. I have a Ph.D. in education and human resource studies from Colorado State University and have more than 10 years of experience in academic administration. I also hold a bachelor's degree from Tuskegee University and a master's degree in plant and soil science from Alcorn State University.

Before Davidson, I was assistant director/program director for academic support programs at the University of Vermont. In that capacity, I developed student mentoring programs, provided multicultural training for staff and students, and worked with first-generation college students, developing curriculum and partnerships to strengthen their math, science, English and technology skills.

Sallie Kerr

Sallie Kerr
Program assistant

I support programming and operations in both the Fellowships Office and the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. I earned a bachelor's degree in English from Randolph-Macon Woman's College and an MBA from the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. I have experience in corporate communications, conference/event planning, and consulting – mostly within the healthcare sector – and as a high school English teacher.