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Founder of Empowered Youth Programs is an associate professor in the Department of Counseling and Human Development Services at the University of Georgia. Bailey spent 10 years as a high school counselor and is in his 15th year as a university professor.
He was the 2011-2012 president of the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES).
Which is the largest division within the American Counseling Association (ACA). Bailey has received numerous awards for his work in the counseling profession and for his work with Empowered Youth Programs (EYP).
On March 25th, 2011 he received notification that he had been selected as the recipient of the 2011 Professional Advancement Award from the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW). Bradbury-Bailey has been a science educator for 35 years in NC, VA, and GA, and won either school or district wide Teacher of the Year in every state that she has taught. Bradbury-Bailey was one of 12 semi-finalists for the Teacher of the Year honor for the state of Georgia. Bailey.” I am a first year master’s student at UGA in the Professional School Counseling Program and this is my first year working with EYP.
This award recognizes the outstanding activities of an individual who has helped advance the field of group work through research, development of new techniques or theories, public relations, legislative activities, or group work practice. Bailey was selected as the William Allan Boeing Endowed Chair and Distinguished Professor of Education at Seattle University in Seattle, Washington. Bailey spent the Fall semester as a consultant for the Seattle Youth Initiative, visiting schools, guest lecturing in classes at Seattle University meeting with superintendents and other school administrators. Bailey delivered three presentations to the Seattle community regarding his work with Empowered Youth Programs. Currently, she serves as the Science Educator at Cedar Shoals High School. Bradbury-Bailey graduated from Piedmont College with her doctorate degree in Teaching and Learning. I have enjoyed getting to know the students and watching them grow both socially and academically!
I am a second year Master’s student in the School Counseling Program at UGA and I am the secondary coordinator for Empowered Youth Programs.
Prior to coming to UGA, I worked as an HR Specialist for Clarke County School District.
I enjoy serving my community and EYP as an extension of that service.
I am a Ph D candidate in the Counseling Psychology program.
I have been living in Athens, GA and working with the Empowered Youth Programs as a researcher for 3 years.
My favorite part of EYP is analyzing students’ data and seeing how the program contributes to their academic, social, and emotional development from year to year.