Heather Johnson-Gilmore currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Elementary Education, Elementary Program Director, and advisor at Greenville University. Professor Johnson-Gilmore has a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Teaching Certification in Elementary Education, Master's Degree in Educational Technology, and completing a Ph.D. in Educational Leadership: Reading, Language, and Literacy (est. grad date, summer 2023.)
Professor Gilmore teaches all undergraduate courses in Reading and Language Arts methods, Corrective Reading, Measurement and Assessment, Music and Art Integration, and Communication and Technology for Educators. She is an instructor for both the undergraduate and graduate UTEP Programs, teaching online literacy courses. Additional roles include student-teacher supervision and mentoring for students completing their clinical practice.
With a passion for diversity issues in education, she serves as the university liaison for Project Lead: Leaders in Education Advocating for Diversity, as part of an Illinois partnership of leaders called the Center Partnership. She is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, an International Society for Key Women Educators, as well as IDEA, Illinois Digital Educators Alliance. She is a mother to Alyssa, a Middle School SPED teacher and grad of GU, and Katie, a Physical Education Major at GU.
Delta Kappa Gamma-International Society for Key Women Educators
IDEA-Illinois Digital Educators Alliance