MEET THE DOCTOR
Ebonee R. Mayo-Mitchell, Ph.D. is an HBCU enthusiast and advocate for college choice specializing in connecting college choice theories to everyday practices.
Born and raised in Landover, Maryland, right on the outskirts of the District of Columbia, I am an only child who has always been encouraged by my parents, teachers, and community leaders to pursue the things for which I had a passion. I am a product of Bowie High School and Glenarden Track Club. I attended Johnson C. Smith University where I earned a Bachelors of Arts in Mass Communication and minored in Sports Management. I also attended Howard University where I received my Masters of Arts in Mass Communication Media Studies and Masters in Education in Education Administration and Policy. I earned my terminal degree in Higher Education Administration Ph.D program at Morgan State University. My dissertation was on college choice of traditional age students. My focus is on increasing enrollment numbers and helping students and parents make the right choice in institutions.
I have worked with several institutions and students across disciplines in the admission process. I also work with several organizations' college tours including Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Prince George's County, MD Alumnae Chapter. I serve as a mentor for College Bound DC program, which allows me to mentor students throughout the entire high school to collegiate process. I am a member of several professional and service groups including IECA, YEPDC, AERA, Phi Delta Kappa, Incorporated, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
I have been a featured panelist at the National Black Caucus, Urban League, Black College Expo, Alfred Street HBCU Fair, IECA, and much more. Each an every week I am speaking in a city near you, make sure to stop by and say Hello.
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