Dr Andre Bundley
Dr Andre Bundley
Director Mayor’s Office of African American Male Engagement
Dr. Andre L. Bundley was raised in Baltimore, Maryland and educated in the Baltimore City Public School System. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Special Education from Coppin State University, a Master of Education Degree in Counselor Education from Penn State University and a Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction from Penn State University.
Dr. Bundley began his career in education as a teacher at Harlem Park Middle School in 1985. He served as an Assistant Principal and later was elevated to the position of Principal of Greenspring Middle School where he served for three years. In June of 1998, Dr. Bundley was asked to serve as Principal of a troubled Walbrook High School. He served for seven years as the Principal of Walbrook High School Uniform Services Academy. Dr. Bundley was previously assigned as Director Climate Support and Alternative Programs of Baltimore City Public School.
Dr. Bundley is most sought after as a motivational speaker and an educational consultant throughout the state of Maryland and select cities within the nation. His primary focus is to improve the quality of life for our youth.
Dr. Bundley has always maintained a passion for children, youth, and adult development. Thus, he was elated to have been asked and accepted the Mayor of Baltimore’s offer to become the Director of the Office of African American Male Engagement.
Dr. Bundley is married and the proud father of one son Dreyan. He is a member of Douglas Memorial Community Church. He is also a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., Delta Beta Chapter Coppin State University.