Clancie Wilson Bio

Dr. Clancie Freeman Wilson earned a B.S. in Education from Tuskegee University; An M.A. in Early Childhood Education from Atlanta University; A Diploma for Advanced study in Teaching from Emory University and her Ph.D. in Developmental and Educational Psychology from Boston College. Dr. Wilson has more than 20 years of experience teaching in the public schools, several of which include being responsible for the mentoring of new teachers. The past five years have been spent teaching in higher education and overseeing programs that are responsible for certifying teachers at the undergraduate and graduate level. She has served on several boards; been selected as teacher mentor of the year and is a recognized advocate for parental involvement in the education of children. She has several publications and has co-authored books. Her research continues to investigate ways to more effectively educate children and to aggressively involve parents in the process; to better understand culture and its impact on learning, and improved techniques for teacher preparation. She presents her findings at conferences both nationally and internationally.

She has served as a head start director; a child development associate consultant for the child development consortium and as a Peace Corp Teacher in West Africa. She is the founder and Executive Director for the Joseph and Lauretta Freeman Foundation.

The Joseph and Lauretta Freeman Foundation

P.O. Box 3209
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757-884-8295
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The Directors:

Clancie Wilson, Ph.D.
Executive Director and Founder

Marvin Wilson, MM, CMC
Program Director

Alexander Wilson, Pharm.D.
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