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Specializing in strategic planning focusing on equity and inclusivity, development, and implementation including program and individual assessment, transition management, and stewardship.


Clarice Bailey, PhD is a time-tested public sector leader, bringing principles and strategies of equity to organizational development in human services environments. Clarice provides consultation with local, state and national systems of child welfare, juvenile justice, mental health, community-based youth and adult programs, and schools.  In doing this work, Clarice employs a liberation framework and instructional design methodology informed by historical trauma, abolition pedagogies, economic equity and self-determination. 


Dr. Bailey holds a doctorate in Public Administration and Policy from Portland State University with concentrations in Justice and Organization Development.  Clarice is a trained practitioner and instructor in Conflict Resolution/Peer Mediation and Linkages/William Bridges' model of Change and Transition.  Dr. Bailey also holds the national Peer Support Specialist Certification from Mental Health America.


Dr. Bailey is affiliate faculty at Saint Joseph's University (Philadelphia, PA) in the Masters of Organization Development and Leadership graduate program teaching Organizational Change, Culture and Leadership.  Clarice is the co-founder of Girls Justice League, a female identified activist and advocacy organization in Philadelphia, PA.  And finally, Clarice is a certified Yoga/Mindfulness Instructor.


Dr. Clarice Bailey

Curriculum Vitae

Portfolio of Work

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"All that you touch You Change. All that you Change, Changes you. The only lasting truth Is Change."

Octavia E. Butler, Parable of the Sower


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