Ed.D. Organizational Leadership, Argosy University
M.P.A. Hodges University
B.S. Criminal Justice, Hodges University
A native of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Dr. Arthur Boyer joined Hodges University’s English as a Second Language department in October 2009. He is also the director of academic affairs at Southwestern Vocational Training, LLC.
After receiving his doctorate, he pursued professional studies in paralegal, business communication and transportation, juvenile corrections and detention, professional service coordinator, and radio broadcasting.
Boyer is currently a radio commentator and columnist who has published and presented on education, community development and the benefits of integrating and aligning multiculturalism in organizational, education and community goals, resources, practices and the core values of diverse environments. He is a motivational speaker who specializes in coaching and reforming individuals in their quest for maximum sustainable productivity. As an organizational leadership and academic coach, he has extensive experiences in helping school leaders and other organizations develop invaluable knowledge and skills to ensure successful teaching and effective leadership concepts development. Additionally, he serves as the board director of the Haitian-American Democratic Club of Lee County and is an advisory board member of Southwestern Vocational Training.
In the world of academia, Boyer has spent 12 years in public and private higher education institutions, including Immokalee Technical Center, the Guadalupe Center of Immokalee, Immokalee Foundation and Barry University. His teaching philosophy involves sharing knowledge and facilitating understanding, theory and application, challenging and encouraging critical thinking and creative experimentation, and embracing and supporting diversity and students’ needs.
He is the author of “Multiculturalism in Higher Education.” He is currently working on two books: “Rain of Love,” a collection of poetries in French, English and Creole, and “I Dreamed It! I Did It!” which follows his American journey that began 25 years ago in a tomato field, in Immokalee, Florida.
In his free time, he enjoys spending time playing soccer and basketball with his 11-year-old son, Arthur Boyer H.