Rashid Mosley

Assistant Teaching Professor


Dr. Rashid Mosley is a highly analytical and versatile organizational behavior and human resource management scholar-practitioner. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a concentration in Chemistry from Savannah State University, a Master’s of Science in Administration degree with a concentration in Organizational Leadership from Central Michigan University, and a Doctorate of Education and Human Development degree from The George Washington University with concentrations in Organizational Change, Culture, Leadership and Adult Learning.


EdD from George Washington University (2014)

Professional Experience

Northeastern University, Graduate School of Education, College of Professional Studies

2017 – Present            

Assistant Teaching Professor of Organizational Leadership Studies


The George Washington University Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, Organizational Sciences Graduate Program

2016 - Present             

Adjunct Professor of Organizational Sciences                                                  

The George Washington University, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, Executive Leadership Doctoral Program


Adjunct Professor of Organizational Theory and Dynamics


University of Maryland University College, The Undergraduate School

2014 – Present            

Adjunct Associate Professor of Human Resource Management