Assistant Professor of Mathematics
- 2019–present: Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of Lynchburg
- 2017–2019: Adjunct Mathematics Faculty, Thomas Nelson Community College
- MS and PhD in Computational and Applied Mathematics (Applied Statistics concentration) – Old Dominion University
- BS in Liberal Studies (Physics and Mathematics) – Charter Oak State College
- Ledbetter, M., and Tabacu, L. Tests for patterned alternatives using logarithmic quantile estimation. Submitted.
- Tabacu, L., and Ledbetter, M. (2019). Change-point analysis using logarithmic quantile estimation. Statistics and Probability Letters, 150, 94-100.
- Ledbetter, M. K., Diawara, N., and Porter, B. E. (2018). The Use of Item Response Theory in Survey Methodology: Application in Seat Belt Data. American Journal of Operations Research, 8, 17-32.
- Ledbetter, M. K., Diawara, N., and Porter, B. E. (2016) Exploring New Models for Seatbelt Use in Survey Data. Virginia Journal of Science, 67(3), 2.