Hatshepsitu Massey holds faculty positions at several online universities: DeVry University, Ashford University, and Jones International University. She has been a mathematics tutor for students ranging in ages from elementary school through college for over 12 years. She has taught various mathematics courses at the college level since 2004 and began her online teaching career in 2011. Since that time, she has received several commendations from students and faculty regarding her dedication and commitment to creating an educational environment that is supportive, informative and relevant to real-world experiences. Besides teaching, Mrs. Massey works full-time as a manager at an engineering firm where duties include managing administrative and accounting staff, as well as supporting the executive officers of the company.
Hatshepsitu conducted her master’s research in Fourier analysis by demonstrating that for a given weighted Fourier transform inequality, certain weight functions will satisfy it and that precise values of distribution functions result in few approximations: Precise Estimates for Weight Functions Satisfying a Weighted Fourier Transform Inequality (2007). She is also a co-contributor to the book: Their Memories, Our Treasures: Conversations with African American Women of Wisdom (2004).