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The Real You, Revealed! – Part 3: Divine Design

Author: Dr. Tamara Ferry


In this final part (3) of The Real You, Revealed! series, Dr. Tammy Ferry, Executive Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Concordia University Wisconsin-Ann Arbor, details the Divine Design – the five traits that only God can give. It is these five traits that make up your true identity, and they are found only in Christ!

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View Dr. Ferry’s presentation and pass the quiz to complete this learning engagement and earn the Divine Design digital badge. Complete all three experiences in the Real You, Revealed! series to earn the Identity in Christ badge, or complete all Women’s Leadership Institute learning engagements for the Women’s Leadership Institute Academy Badge.

About The Presenter

Dr. Tamara Ferry has invested her career in higher education. She is a “lifelong Lutheran learner” and is passionate about the value of a faith inspired university experience. Working as the Executive Director of Institutional Effectiveness at Concordia University Wisconsin-Ann Arbor, Dr. Ferry sums up her main responsibility as “measuring the mission.” She has oversight for all institutional data, assessment of student learning, and accreditation initiatives. Dr. Ferry also leads Concordia’s Institutional Review Board and assists with strategic planning.
Tammy earned her Ph.D. in Urban Education and Educational Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is active on the Board of Directors for the Southeastern Wisconsin Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation recently serving as board president. In her role as the spouse of a university president Tammy enjoys coordinating, hosting, and attending university events as well as cheering on the athletic teams. She channels her own competitive spirit into running, biking, and swimming, participating in occasional triathlons. Tammy and her husband, Patrick, have five adult children and two grandchildren.