Tabitha Bozeman is a first generation graduate of JSU in 2004, where she earned her BA in English. In 2006, she completed her MA in English from UAB, and is currently ABD as she completes her EdD from SHSU. She has been teaching for nearly two decades, and working with students is the best part of her job. Ms. Bozeman is an active mental health advocate and public speaker, and has worked with the Alabama Department of Public Health, the Women's Health program, local community groups, and more. When she is not in the classroom, she can be found spending time with her family, reading, and writing creatively. Published in several journals, including Southern Women's Review, Birmingham Arts Journal, HERE: A Poetry Journal, Mud Season Review, and Cardinal Arts Journal, fostering the literary arts in her community is one way she combines what she loves with work and home. She has volunteered with her local community theatre, serves on her local 4-H Adult Advisory Board, and serves as editor-in-chief for the Cardinal Arts Journal.
- EH 101
- EH 102
- EH 141
- Bachelor of Arts in English, 2004, Jacksonville State University
- Master of Arts in English, 2006, University of Alabama at Birmingham
- EdD, in progress (ABD), Sam Houston State University