Darryl Peterkin – Consultant
Darryl Peterkin was previously a senior program officer and Director of the Center to Serve Historically Black Colleges and Universities at the Southern Education Foundation. He is an experienced administrator with twelve-years of experience in both the nonprofit sector and higher education. With the Southern Education Foundation, Darryl secured and administered multi-million dollar grants and worked in various capacities from professional development to technical assistance for accreditation liaisons at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Collectively, he has taught history courses, developed plans for diversity and faculty recruitment and development, developed curricula, and provided academic advising and tutoring services to students as a dean, assistant professor, and fellow at Princeton University, Dillard University, and Xavier University of Louisiana.
His Areas of Expertise include Partnership facilitation, Performance Evaluation, Public Speaking, Research Writing, Program Management and Strategic Planning.
Having published a number of articles, Darryl received his Ph.D. and M.A. in history at Princeton University. He obtained his B.A in American Studies at Yale University. Darryl has also taught classes at a variety of universities including, Rowan University, Dillard University, Xavier University, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and Washington University in St. Louis.