PhD in Social Work Policy, Planning, and Administration from the Whitney M. Young, Jr. School of Social Work at Clark Atlanta University
MSW from University of Tennessee - Knoxville
BSW from University of Tennessee - Chattanooga
Dr. Nubian OmiSayade Sun, LCSW-BACS, Educator-Scholar, Consultant, and Spirit-Filled Practitioner, is a native of Memphis, TN (Home of the Blues). She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from the University of Tennessee - Chattanooga and received her Master’s degree in Social Work - Community Welfare Management from the University of Tennessee - Knoxville (Nashville Campus). She obtained her doctorate degree in Social Work Policy, Planning, and Administration from the Whitney M. Young Jr., School of Social Work at Clark Atlanta University. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Tulane School of Social Work and CEO of Nubian Sun Consulting, LLC. She is the Executive Director/Founder of the Center for Resilient Individuals, Families and Communities which provides social services infrastructure for Black Mama's Bail Outs and Black August Bail Outs across the South. She currently serves as an executive board member with SisterReach, Inc and is an advisory board member with of the National Bailout Collective. Her social work practice, pedagogy, and scholarship interests include the following: The Afrocentric perspective (Women and Girls), Incarceration/Reentry, and Self-Efficacy. As a Spirit-Filled Practitioner, she uses a plethora of African traditional methods, methods of the American South, Eastern, and indigenous healing practices in helping others to help themselves.