Dr. Reginal Belizaire currently serves as the K-12 Tribal Wide Program Manager. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Florida Atlantic University, his Masters in Public Administration from Purdue University and his Doctorate degree in Leadership and Innovation from St. Thomas University. His dissertation explored The Influence of Mentoring by Post-Secondary Educational Leaders on First-Year Minority Students Success. In addition, he serves as an Adjunct Professor at Florida International University within the School of International Affairs & Public Affairs Department.
Dr. Belizaire is active in his community and currently serves as Co-Chair of the Professional Development Committee on the South Florida National Forum for Black Public Administrators Chapter. He is an active member of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Zeta Lota Sigma Chapter. As well as serving with the Project Men Mentoring Group where he continues to promote a culture of service within his community. In his new role, Dr. Belizaire is committed to providing high-quality support to students, parents and the tribal communities to ensure academic achievement and see individuals succeed through their academic journeys.
His life philosophy is, “Always remember faith is the starting point of success.”
Phone: (954) 989-6840 Ext: 10550