Dr. Ojoma Edeh Herr is a professor of Special Education in the Department of Educational Foundations at Millersville University. She has taught both at the graduate and undergraduate level. Dr. Edeh Herr holds a Ph.D from the Teachers College at Columbia University. Her dissertation topic was "Social Interpersonal Problem-Solving and Culture: The Effect of General Cognitive Strategy Training among Students with Intellectual Disabilities." Dr. Edeh Herr was honored in Exchange as 'Who Makes MU Special" in December of 2012. She has published multiple articles in the Excellence in Education Journal as well as over 30 columns in the Lancaster Newspaper. Dr. Edeh Herr has published four books: Children with Reactive Attachment Disorder: A Quilting Method Approach for Restoring the Damaged Years, Workbook: A Stimple Guide for Writing Educational Theses and Dissertations, Ojoma's Song: Becoming a Woman Nigerian Style, and Ojoma's Melody: Becoming a Loved Woman Nigerian Style. She has served on multiple committees and served for multiple years as the Coordinator of Graduate and Post-Baccalaureate Programs in the Special Education Department.