The BioTechnical Institute of Maryland (BTI) Board recently announced the appointment of Dr. Brandy Carter as its executive director, this July.
In her new role, she will position the organization as a leader in biotechnical training and establish effective partnerships with corporations, foundations, community leaders, government officials, and supporters.
Carter brings over twelve years of experience in education, working for the District of Columbia Public Schools, Anne Arundel Community College, and consulting for various charter schools to BTI. More recently, Brandy has been working as the assistant executive director of adult education and programs at South Baltimore Learning Center.
She is most proud of her work assisting the residents of Baltimore City in transforming their lives through education and workforce development. She is passionate about making sure individuals are seen and heard; her goal is to give a voice to the often voiceless.
She currently holds a B.A. in criminology from Virginia Union University, a Master of Public Administration from Strayer University, a Master of Science in marriage and family therapy from Capella University and a Ph.D. in counselor education and supervision from Capella University.
She stays true to her roots in counseling by seeing clients weekly. She often combines mental health and education to give her students a holistic approach to learning. Her most important role/job is being a mom to her beautiful twelve-year-old daughter.
Carter remains an adjunct Professor of Psychology at Anne Arundel Community College.