Dr. Jaime R. Inman, EdD, CSM, Senior Business Systems Analyst, Identity & Access Management at Centene Corporation
Dr. Jaime R. Inman, CSM has been an educator for over 15 years, teaching technology to grades K-12 in public and private education settings. Dr. Inman has extensive experience in teaching various computer programming language classes. Dr. Inman has served as an adjunct instructor at the University of Missouri—St. Louis, teaching in the ACP program in computer information systems and currently teaching various IT and project management classes at Lindenwood University.
Presently, Dr. Inman works for Centene as a Scrum Master/Analyst working for the Identity Access Management team working on various projects within the mergers and acquisitions for the company. In addition, she also has worked as a technology coordinator and webmaster for a private school and completed her Bachelor of Science degree in business administration with minors in accounting and marketing from Maryville University.
Dr. Inman holds teaching certificates in early childhood and business education and completed her doctorate at the University of Missouri—St. Louis, an EdD in curriculum and instruction. She holds a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from the University of Missouri—St. Louis, as well as a Master of Arts in Teaching from Webster University in educational technology. Dr. Inman serves as an adjunct professor of undergraduate Information Technology for the School of Accelerated Degree Programs and continues her research interest on assistive technology.