Tameron Dancy currently serves as a Principal in the School District of Philadelphia where she is responsible for the rigorous education, safety, and equitable treatment of her students. She has served in a variety of roles in education, including Assistant Principal, Instructional Coach, Adult Basic Literacy Education (ABLE) Instructor and motivational speaker. During her early years as a teacher, Tameron was recognized and awarded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for best practices in Reading Comprehension Mrs. Dancy earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Houston in Texas, a master’s degree in Elementary Education from Albright College, and a Pre-K-12 Principal Certification from Philadelphia’s Pathway to Leadership in Urban Schools. Tameron currently serves as the Vice President of Black Women’s Educational Alliance (BWEA). One of her duties includes serving as the Chair of the Career Mobility Committee. Tameron is excited about her most recent mentee who moved into an administrative position under her mentorship. In her spare time, Tameron loves to read, travel, and relax on the beach. She is passionate about advocating for abused women and children and serves in a variety of programs at her church where she supports by volunteering her time, talents, and resources.