Kerry-Anne Ryce-Paul | Teacher, Film Enthusiast, Animal Lover
Kerry-Anne Ryce-Paul was born and raised on the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago. In her mid-teens, she moved with her family to New York City, where she completed her high school education. She received her Bachelors degree from Hunter College of the City University of New York, where she double-majored in Biological Sciences and Psychology.
For five years, Kerry was a teacher with the NYC Department of Education, where she taught middle school science and worked to help design and develop middle school science curricula for her school. Kerry is currently a graduate student at Columbia University, where she is working on obtaining a Masters degree in Neuroscience and Education. She plans on going on to obtain a PhD in Clinical Psychology when she has completed her program at Columbia. Kerry enjoys biking, loves film and music, is an avid reader and is also an animal lover.
Kerry is looking forward to returning to the Blueprint community as director of Blueprint’s pre-college program at Stonehill College. She understands the value of and need for programs like Blueprint, and she is looking forward to working hard to make a strong and memorable contribution to the students’ academic and extracurricular experiences this summer.