Jonell Hinsey, Instructional Designer at Tennessee State University, Cooperative Extension Program
Jonell Hinsey is the Instructional Designer at Tennessee State University, School of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences, Cooperative Extension Program. She received her undergraduate degree from American Baptist College in Theology/Bible/Psychology a Masterâ€™s Degree from Tennessee State University in Curriculum and Instruction and is currently completing her Doctoral Degree at Tennessee State University in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in Technology. She has worked in the Metro Davidson Public School system and later joined the faculty at Tennessee State University where she taught Developmental Reading and Learning Strategies for five years. While recognizing great opportunities to advance her knowledge and skills in the technological arena, Jonell decided to take a career turn and moved over to the School of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences, Cooperative Extension Program at Tennessee State University, Agriculture Information Technology Center (AITC). There she serves as the Instructional Designer providing instructional design and technology to support comprehensive distance education programs in the agriculture, natural resources, 4-H and youth development, family and consumer sciences and community resource and economic development. Jonell is also responsible for the day to day operation of the AITC and works on several committees for the University and other institutional and organizational institutions locally and state-wide.