Sharonna Brown
(Graduate Advisor for C-D)

Contact Me

Call Me – 386-226-6395

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Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. EST

About Sharonna Brown

Hometown: Daytona Beach, FL

Education: Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management, Warner Southern College; Master of Science in Management and Administration of Educational Programs, Nova Southeastern University

Hobbies/Interests: Sharonna enjoys spending quality time with her family, traveling, and baking.

Best Part of the Job: She takes pride in knowing that her students believe that she has their educational goals as her top priority and that together they will make their journey an enjoyable one.

Ms. Brown has always been there to ensure that I am afforded the flexibility necessary to achieve my goals, and in some cases give me the prodding needed when my effort was a smidge lackluster.
Stephen L.

As Your Advisor, I will...

Be there — I will remain your dedicated advisor throughout your entire degree program. I will be there with you from start to finish!
Plan — I will develop a personalized degree map that will help you stay on track to complete your degree on time within a schedule that works for you.
Navigate — I will help you understand how to get started with ERAU, what is needed to complete your degree, how to register for courses, and more!
Connect — I will stay connected and in touch with you throughout your entire degree to help with anything you might need along the way.
Guide — I will provide guidance on degree curricula, prerequisites, university procedures/policies, transfer credit, and graduation requirements.
Support — I care about your success and will do all I can to assist you every step of the way!

Online Campus Student Spotlight

Carrie Selski’s professional experience includes working for UCLA on space-grade magnetometers and ground support equipment as well as for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Mars surface operations, next-generation in-situ instrumentation, cost modeling and mission concept design. At Embry-Riddle Worldwide, the Systems Engineering master’s program has helped Carrie connect with the local INCOSE chapter and learn from experienced systems engineers. Being able to interact with colleagues from all over the world, in different sectors, has been one of the highlights of her program and she plans to further her education by pursuing a PhD to continue to explore her passion for project management.

Carrie Selski
Master of Science in Systems Engineering

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