- Nova Southeastern University
Dr. Melinda Coleman Fronrath is an Educational Leadership, Charter School, and Instructional Leadership associate program professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and School Administration at the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice at Nova Southeastern University. She is an instructor for the Educational Leadership, Charter School master’s concentrations and for the Doctorate in Instructional Leadership. In addition she coordinates administrative internships and serves as a dissertation chair and member for the Abraham S. Fischler College of Education. Dr. Coleman Fronrath is a former Charter School governing board chairman. She is actively involved with various school districts nationally and serves on the University Consortium and the Professional Development Advisory Council (PDAC). Dr. Coleman Fronrath served in public education for 19 years. She previously served as a Middle School Administrator for the Palm Beach County School District, Palm Beach County, Florida; the Round Rock Independent School District in Round Rock, Texas, and the Mansfield City School District, in Mansfield, Ohio. She is a distinguished Martha Holden Jennings Foundation Scholar.