Charles S. Corprew, III, Ph.D.

Dr. Charles S. Corprew, III is the Principal Associate at WYRevolution, LLC, where he consults with a variety of entities, such as governmental agencies, school systems and non-profits on ways to create positive developmental outcomes for Black men and boys.  

For example, over the last several years, he has helped to construct the mentoring component of Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s NOLA for Life program, evaluated the effectiveness of the Silverback Society (New Or-leans) mentoring organization, and has chaired and facilitated Virginia Beach City Public Schools’ Student Discipline Task Force.  His expertise encompasses curriculum development, research and evaluation, program design and management, technical assistance, and task force development and facilitation.

Dr. Corprew is a former professor of psychological science at Loyola University New Orleans, where he spent much of his time teaching and researching development in diverse contexts.  More specifically, he investigated factors related to resilience and vulnerability in African American men and boys.  

Additionally, Dr. Corprew’s researched the relationships between the multi-dimensional aspects of hypermasculinity and its influence on a host of outcomes pertaining to men and women.  His efforts in these areas garnered national attention, affording him opportunities to lecture nationally and internationally on the aforementioned topics.  He has also been published in numerous journals and media outlets, such as the Journal of Men’s Studies, The Journal of College Student Development, Urban Education, The Baltimore Sun, Times-Picayune, and the Good Men Project.  

In 2014, he was awarded the College of Humanities and Natural Sciences Excellence in Research Award at Loyola University New Orleans.  Furthermore, in the spring of 2014, Dr. Corprew received a W.K. Kellogg Foundation Community Leadership Fellowship.  This prestigious honor was given to 124 individuals perceived as contributing to enhancing the lives of the children and families in their respective cities.

Dr. Corprew received his doctoral degree in Psychological Science from Tulane University in 2011. He also has Master of Arts in Teaching from Norfolk State University and Bachelor of Arts in History from James Madison University

Charles S. Corprew, III, Ph.D. Principal Associate, WYRevolution, LLC

Charles S. Corprew, III, Ph.D.

Principal Associate, WYRevolution, LLC

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

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