Dr. Dramaine Freeman is an experienced education professional with over two decades of expertise in various roles, including teaching, tutoring, counseling, and administration. As a school administrator, he has spearheaded numerous initiatives, including implementing diversity, equity, and inclusion practices, revising math curriculums, and fostering cultural transformations at both the school and district levels. His career has been marked by his effective organization, prioritization, and execution of key projects, resulting in positive outcomes for students and their families.
Freeman's passion for learning led him to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in electronics and computer technology from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. He later earned a Master's in Education from the University of Phoenix, followed by a Master's in Administration, educational specialist licenses, and a doctorate in educational leadership, focusing on societal and educational structures that impact Black male leadership.
Title: Doctoral Student Advisor
Department: Department of Leadership and Educational Studies
Email address: Email me
Phone: (828) 262-8918
Office address426 I
College of Education Building