Marck Abraham is the founder and CEO of MEA Consultants, LLC, a fast-growing consultancy he designed to help poorly performing schools and organizations increase achievement for all students, especially young men of color.
As a thought leader for men of color, author and motivational speaker, Abraham has presented to various education audiences and school districts in New York and across the country. His most recent book, What Success Looks Like: Increasing High School Graduation Rates Among Males of Color, provides school leaders with practical steps to increase student performance for one of the country’s most marginalized student groups. Abraham has also published several articles in the National Association of Secondary School Principals magazine.
Abraham’s strategies for increasing graduation rates for males of color have been featured in SREB’s Promising Practices Newsletter, the Buffalo News and on local radio. He was also recognized by the mayor of Buffalo, New York, as one of the top principals in the city of Buffalo. McKinley High School, where he was principal, was cited by the New York State Education Department for having one of the highest graduation rates for males of color in New York at 93%. Abraham and his consulting company work with school leaders nationwide to implement strategies that prevent school failure.
Abraham completed his doctorate at St. John Fisher College.