Ms. Adrieme Walker has defended her doctoral dissertation (topic: An examination of the causes and impact of women’s underrepresentation and performance in the United States’ legislatures on public policies related to women and family issues (education, health, and law, crime, and family) on March 22, 2022.
She has examined the law-making process at the federal level and explained why the role of women politicians is relatively weak,
compared to the male counterparts. and suggested ways to improve the role of women politicians in the federal law-making process, focusing on the 116th Congress.
Professor Ester W. Stokes served as the committee chair and the dissertation advisor. The committee members were professors
Johnny B. Gilleylen, Sr., Gloria J. Billingsley, Jae-Young Ko, and Tayla D. Thomas (urban and regional planning).
Congratulations, Dr. Walker!!!