Dave Woolever, M.A., Ed.D.
College Academic Coach
Dave earned his Master of Arts degree in Education from East Carolina University, a Master of Arts degree in History from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and his Doctorate in Education from Liberty University. Currently, Dave is a professor in the College of Arts & Sciences at Johnson & Wales University’s Denver campus, where he teaches a variety of undergraduate history and ethics courses and also serves as a student advisor. In addition, he provides academic coaching and online teaching support for struggling students at the University of Texas. Previously, he had the honor of teaching at the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs as well as Maxwell AFB.
Dave is actively engaged in volunteer activities within the Denver community, where he volunteers in the Prescription Pet Therapy Program at Children’s Hospital-Colorado with his dachshunds, Nestor and Parker, and he serves as a trainer in the program, certifying both handlers and dogs for the hospital. Through his volunteer experience at the hospital, Dave developed a passion for writing children’s picture books, and he has now published multiple books. Dave’s love for coaching goes beyond academics. He is a Special Olympics coach and established and coached the Men’s and Women’s Cross Country programs at Johnston & Wales, Denver. As an outdoors guy and an avid skier, it’s easy to see why Dave loves living in Colorado.