Founded by former university faculty and researchers, Learning Sciences International employs only the most highly qualified professionals as staff developers—those with extensive real-world classroom experience.

Patricia Parker Perry, Ed.D.

Patricia Parker Perry, Ed.D.

Dr. Patricia Parker Perry serves as a Leadership Coach with Learning Sciences International (LSI) and she has spent 28+ years in education in Ohio and Kentucky. She has served in building level administration, as both an Assistant Principal and as Principal, and in numerous roles in central office administration including Director of Special Education, Director of Curriculum and Instruction, Assistant Superintendent, Executive Director, and Regional Superintendent.

Through her work as the Professional Development Manager for the State of Ohio “Race to the Top”, Dr. Perry has also worked for the Department of Education in developing and implementing best practice workshops for the 480+ district participating in the state’s $400 million grant.

Before joining LSI, Dr. Perry has spent the last decade working as a Senior Leadership and Policy Consultant, and as the Ohio Director for Sandy Hook Promise. She has traveled the United States training and mentoring both building and district leaders in the areas ranging from the development and implementation of teacher training initiatives (for both Regular and Special Education classrooms) including differentiated instruction, to effective instructional leadership in turn-around schools.

Dr. Perry received her Ed. D. and M. Ed. graduate degrees in Educational Leadership, Policy and Administration from the University of Cincinnati, and her B.S. degree in Secondary Education from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.