PDK International Mission: “To promote high-quality education, in particular publicly supported education, as essential to the development and maintenance of a democratic way of life. This mission is accomplished through leadership, research, and service in education.”
Judith Grey-Bowen, EdD
Judith E. Grey-Bowen has over 30 years of teaching experience in both the Caribbean and the United States of America. An expert in Early Childhood Education, Dr. Grey-Bowen earned a Doctor of Education (Ed.D) in Educational Leadership, Master of Science (MS) in Educational Administration, and Graduate Certificate in Educational Administration from St. Thomas University in Miami Gardens, Florida. Dr. Grey-Bowen also holds a Master of Science (MS) in TESOL from the University of Miami in Florida. She earned her Bachelor of Arts (BA) Summa Cum Laude in Early Childhood Education from Sojourner-Douglass College in Baltimore, Maryland, and a Diploma in Primary Teacher Education (DipEd) from Northern Caribbean University in Jamaica, West Indies. Dr. Grey-Bowen is an active educator who is a member of several professional and academic organizations including the National Catholic College Honor Society and the Phi Delta Kappa. Dr. Grey-Bowen is certified in Florida Public School system and holds National Boards Certification and Florida Leadership certifications. Her areas of research interest and expertise include school administration, multiculturalism and parental involvement as well as technology integration in education.
Sandy Secord, M.S.
Susan Massey, PhD
The Chapter Advisor advises the chapter president and governing board about past practices, general operations, and other matters related to managing the chapter.