McCain, Dr. Ronnecia

Adjunct Professor
Dissertation Chair
Moore School of Education
EdD in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Organizational Development, Grand Canyon University 2020
MEd in Curriculum and Instruction Secondary Reading, Grand Canyon University 2015
BA in English, Texas Woman’s University 2007
AA in General Studies, Collin College 2004


Dr. McCain is originally from Beaumont, TX. Her academic career started in 2008 as she comes with 15 years of experience in K-12 public education, in which she taught ELAR (English, Language Arts, and Reading), ESL (English as a Second Language), and Special Education (SPED). Dr. McCain has 7 years of experience as the Secondary English Department Chair, SPED Department Chair, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) Campus Liaison, and a Mentor Teacher to new teachers entering the field of education.

In 2020, Dr. McCain graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Organizational Development. Dr. McCain’s dissertation focused on The Phenomenological Study of Black Female Leadership in Higher Academia. She currently serves as a Content Expert for numerous doctoral learners’ dissertation committees.

In addition to her full-time responsibilities as an educator, she is a 4x published author and the CEO of an editing company, Double R Editing Services. Dr. McCain is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma (DKG) International Society for Key Women Educators. Dr. McCain has recently been hired as an undergrad Adjunct Professor for Moore School of Education and a Dissertation Chair for John Wesley’s School Leadership to assist doctoral learners in the completion of their dissertation and doctoral programs.

Dr. McCain is wife, mother of two, and she enjoys all things PINK, cooking, cycling, reading, writing, and themed socks.

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