Forrest D. Toms

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentLeadership Studies and Adult Education

Phone336-285-2142

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Emailfdtoms@ncat.edu

OfficeProctor Hall
Room: 149

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Forrest D. Toms

Education

Ph D: Psychology, Developmental, Howard University, 1991

MA: Psychology, Middle Tennessee State University, 1976

BS: Psychology, Middle Tennessee State University, 1974


Research Interests

Diversity, Group Dynamics, African American males in education, African Americans leading community and corporate entities.


Recent Publications

Toms, Forrest  Carter-Edwards, Lori  Pullen-Smith, B.  Wilson, C.  (2014).  Leadership and Community Engagement: A Faith-based capacity building model.  Lead the way: Principles and practices in community and civic engagement   San diago, CA: Congella, Inc.

Toms, Forrest  Burgess, Sylvia  Lloyd, Cheryl  (2014).  Leadership and Engagement in African American Communities: From invisible to impactful.  Lead the way: Principles and practices in community and civic engagement   San diago, CA: Congella, Inc.

Holmes, Lynn  Toms, Forrest  Ward, Everett  Ross, Louie  (2014).  Black elected officials and civic engagements.  In Forrest D. Toms and Sylvia Willie Burgess,  Lead the way: Principles and practices in community and civic engagement   San diago, CA: Congella, Inc.

Toms, Forrest   Toms, Zakiya  (2014).  Community Engagement: A multifacet framework.  In F.D. Toms and Sylvia W. Burgess,  Lead the way: Principles and practices in community and civic engagement   San diago, CA: Congella, Inc.

Carter-Edwards, Lori  Hooten, Elizabeth  Bruce, Marino  Toms, Forrest  Lemay-Lloyd, Cheryl  Ellison, Calvin  (2013).  An Exploratory Report of Rural African American Clergy Perceptions of Church Health Promotion Capacity .   Journal on Prevention and Community Intervention .

Toms, Forrest  Cook, Rochelle   Overby, Tiffany  Cockerham, Lonnie  Gray, Anika   Economic mobility and community engagement: An analysis of seven target areas impacting African American's in NC .   Journal of Negro Educational Review.

Toms, Forrest  Ayscue, Tanya   Neal, Andrea   Moore, Aaron  Munn, William  Wilkins, Ronald  Historically Underutilized Business Participation: An Analysis of NC Public Schools, Community Colleges, and State Universities.   Journal of Negro Educational Review.