Editorial Team

  • Founder/Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Uttam Gaulee, Morgan State University, USA 
  • Senior Editor: Dr. Daya Singh Sandhu, Lindsey Wilson College, USA 
  • Senior Copy Editor:  Joy Bancroft,  Emporia State University, USA [email]
  • Managing Editor: Muhammad Sharif Uddin, Morgan State University, USA. [uddinsm@gmail.com]

Editorial Advisory Board

Dr. Glenda Prime, Morgan State University, USA
Dr. Joseph Drew, Morgan State University, USA
Dr. Leah Hollis, Morgan State University, USA
Dr. Anita Hawkins, Morgan State University, USA

Associate/Section Editors. 

Dr. Shyam Sharma,  Stony Brook University 

Dr. Laura Schaffer Metcalfe, Ottawa University

Dr. Mousumi Mukherjee, O.  P. Jindal University, India

Dr. Antigoni Papadimitriou, Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Benjamin Welsh, Morgan State University

Dr. Roni Ellington, Morgan State University

Dr. Sean Robinson, Morgan State University

Dr. Dia Sekayi, Morgan State University

Dr. Thurman Bridges, Morgan State University

Dr. Robin Spaid, Morgan State University

Dr. Russell Davis, Morgan State University

Dr. Fred Kofi Boateng, University of Ghana

Dr. Ramon B. Goings, Loyola University

Dr. Henry Linck, Morgan State University

Dr. Jeevan Khanal, Nepal Open University

Dr. Hoa N. Nguyen, Valdosta State University

Dr. Prashanti Chennamsetti, Texas A & M University 

Dr. Brea Banks, Illinois State University

Production & Management Editors

Wilbur Hicks, Morgan State University, USA

Carla R. Jackson, Morgan State University, USA
Shahinaz Alkhaldi, Morgan State University, USA



Call for Editorial Board Members

Journal of Underrepresented and Minority Progress (JUMP) is seeking scholars interested in joining the Editorial Board. If you are a scholar who believes in creating a meaningful, intentional, and actionable scholarship forum that aims to advance social justice, please email a letter of intent and a copy of your CV to our Managing Editor Mr. Muhammad Sharif Uddin [uddinsm@gmail.com]

JUMP features narratives, theoretical and empirically-based research articles, reflections, and book reviews relevant to the progress of minority and underrepresented populations in and across social and national contexts. The Journal encourages the submission of manuscripts by scholars and practitioners in any relevant academic fields, including sociology, psychology, higher education, philosophy, and cultural studies.

If you are interested in serving as a reviewer, please fill out this form.