Tameka Womack is North Carolina A & T University Pre-Professional Scholars Program Coordinator. She focuses on ensuring that NCA&T students are given the career and personal growth opportunities from the nearly twenty programs that she coordinates including the four 3+3 law school program she helped to develop with UC Davis, NCCU , Elon and Campbell Law Schools. After spending nearly a decade working as an executive at three fortune 500 companies Dr. Womack knew exactly how to transfer her corporate skills into the academia world.
She created a successful internship program at two community colleges, became the regional career coach for all community colleges in the Commonwealth of Virginia, designed courses and authored text books for the courses, founded a program for the Department of Health and also created a community base robotics team to provide STEM skills for the youth in the Danville, Pittsylvania and South Boston areas. While in the academia world she was the only community college professor that has became a finalist for United States Professor of the Year Award (2013).
Dr. Womack earned a Chemical Engineering degree as well as a Packaging Engineering Degree from Rutgers University in 2002. In 2004 she received her Master’s in Business Administration from Delaware State University with a discipline in Finance. By 2008, Dr. Womack earned her Master’s in Transportation and Logistics from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Most recently, Dr. Womack earned her PhD at Old Dominion University with a focus in discovering the self-efficacy of rural college students.