Tetiana McLemore, Ph.D.

Adjunct Faculty,
Department of Leadership and Administration

Dr. Tetiana McLemore has 27 years of experience in teaching English as a second language. Her students' age groups vary from young children to adults. She began her career teaching specialized ESL courses to future ESL teachers in Ukraine. Throughout her career in higher education, she has successfully performed different roles, including teaching ESL to students in undergraduate and graduate programs (both online and on-campus) and performing leadership and administrative roles as the department chair and director of admissions.

Dr. McLemore never stops working on her professional and personal growth. For this reason, she earned her CELTA from Cambridge University and numerous additional certificates to advance her teaching and leadership skills. She also holds a master's in industrial-organizational psychology and a doctorate in organizational leadership from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, where she co-taught online courses to doctoral students.


  • Doctorate in Organizational Leadership
    Chicago School of Professional Psychology
  • Master's in I/O Psychology
    Chicago School of Professional Psychology
  • Bachelor's in Linguistics, English and Russian
    Gorlovka State Teacher Training University of Foreign Languages
  • Master's in Linguistics
    Gorlovka State Teacher Training Institute of Foreign Languages

Research Interests

  • Organizational leadership
  • Leadership coaching
  • English as a Second Language

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