To empower individuals and organizations to be the change they want to see.
Meet Dr. Perryman
Dr. Tracee Perryman graduated with honors from the University of Michigan, where she majored in Psychology. Dr. Perryman earned a Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Bowling Green State University, where she also taught and supervised education students majoring in Early Childhood Education. Dr. Perryman earned her PhD from the Ohio State University College of Social Work, with a minor in Education in August, 2016. Her dissertation focused on the relationships between racial socialization and reduced violence in African American young adults.
Dr. Perryman is a recognized expert in getting results for individuals who have been labeled as at-risk. The secret to her success is that she employs contemporary, data-driven and evidence-based interventions that are culturally relevant and get results.
Dr. Perryman has developed a number of out-of-school time educational curricula that engage students labeled at risk, increase student attendance and participation, and ultimately, increase student academic performance: