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Digital & Business Transformation, Media & Entertainment Technology Management

Toni Hawkins-Scribner

Dr. Toni Hawkins-Scribner is an accomplished educator and retired Air Force veteran, currently serving as the Academic Advisor to the Wing Commander and Director of Research at Air University. Prior to this role, she held the position of Director, Learning Sciences and Faculty Education at USAF Squadron Officer School within The Air University. With a distinguished career, she has made significant contributions to various military leadership education and medical training programs. Her extensive background includes the management of 24 Air Force medical degree programs at the Community College of the Air Force, overseeing teaching and curricula teams in DoD USAF medical courses and Air Force Professional Military Education programs, and leading innovation teams at the Headquarters Air University. These endeavors involve pioneering new approaches to design, develop, and integrate learning strategies and emerging educational technologies into both student and faculty learning experiences. Dr. Hawkins-Scribner earned her doctoral degree from Peabody College at Vanderbilt University, with research interests encompassing learning technologies, immersive learning, mentoring/coaching, and virtual learning environments.

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