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JUDITH K. BERRY
ASSISTANT CHANCELLOR OF INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT & EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY
EDUCATION ACHIEVEMENT AUTHORITY
Berry is the Assistant Chancellor of Instructional Support and Educational Accountability for the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan, a statewide system of schools responsible for the transformation of the lowest 5 percent of performing schools within the state. Fifteen K-12 schools currently comprise its portfolio with enrollment of 10,000 students. Berry leads the development and operations of all college readiness partnerships with area education entities including career and technical education programs, high school credit recapture programs, dual enrollment programs to enable students to learn forward to earn credits toward an associate degree.
Her prior positions include Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Dean of Business and Information Technologies for a community college. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Marygrove College, a master’s degree from Michigan State University, and doctorate degree in education [May 2013] from Walden University. Berry is married to Mandeville Berry, Jr. of East Lansing Michigan and they have two children.
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