- Ed.D. - administration and supervision - Georgia State University - 2007
Ed.S. - administration and supervision - Georgia State University - 2001
M.Ed. - administration and supervision - Georgia State University - 1998
B.M.E. - music in education - Morehead State University -1992
- The cohort model of instruction, internships, leadership in high needs schools, service learning and developmental education
Jami Berry is a clinical assistant professor who received her doctor of education degree from Georgia State University.
She has conducted numerous presentations on a variety of topics such as leadership certification, performance-based leadership model, principals’ perceptions, individualized education plans and leadership interns at conferences such as AACTE, AERA, BELMAS, UCEA and NADE.
Berry also was co-principal investigator for a $13.5 million dollar NET-Q grant.
Prior to her university service, Berry was a music teacher and elementary school administrator. She remains active in K-12 education through volunteering in schools and serving as a board member for several education organizations.
Tighe, R. & Berry, J. (October, 2008). Redesigning a Leadership Preparation Program: Lessons Learned from the Performance-based Leadership Preparation Model in England. University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Conference Proceedings, Orlando, FL.