Peregrine Pathways leverages over 100 years of leadership and business expertise to provide you with exceptional professional development opportunities. Learn more about your guides through your professional and leadership journey.
Matthew Ramey, M.B.A.
Chief Executive Officer
Matthew Ramey, Chief Executive Officer, is a solutions-oriented leader who values collaboration, communication, and aligning organizational processes with strategic goals and shared values. Matt consistently promotes excellence and strategic transformation in the public, government, and private sectors by drawing from nearly 35 years of experience in higher education, financial operations, technology, human resources, budget management, and leadership. His breadth and depth of knowledge allow him to solve complex problems through innovative and team-based methods.
Mr. Ramey holds three degrees, including a Master of Business Administration from Franklin University in Columbus, Ohio, and is currently working on his Doctorate in Educational Leadership A.B.D. at the University of Wyoming. At Peregrine, Matt is best known by his team for his innate ability to coach and drive others to reach their greatest potential.
Christina Perry, M.S.
Director of Organizational Learning
Christina Perry is the Director of Organizational Learning at Peregrine Global Services, where she has worked for the past 6 years to promote continuous improvement in industry by identifying gaps in achievement and implementing technology-based services to improve performance and meet outcomes.
Prior to coming to Peregrine, Christina was the court administrator for the 4th Judicial District in Sheridan, Wyoming where her work included coordination of juvenile court cases and appointment of legal counsel. Her volunteer efforts have further touched families in need, serving on a nonprofit board that provides shelter, food, and emergency services for people in crisis.
A Wyoming native, Christina earned her Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from the University of Wyoming but also studied abroad at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Interested in language, literature, and history, she speaks both Spanish and French and spent four years living and working in Brittany, France in the sale of historic properties to an international clientele. She later earned her M.S. in Operations and Project Management at Southern New Hampshire University. She is currently pursuing her Ed.D. in Leadership and Learning in Organization through Vanderbilt University, to better lead improvement efforts and change initiatives.
Clarice Tate, M.B.A., M.Ed.
Vice President of Quality & Systems Assurance
Clarice Tate has over 20 years combined experience in the public and private sectors, including nonprofit organizations, primarily focused on business development, consulting, research, and administration. Within the education sector, she served as a secondary classroom teacher and higher education administrator. Her higher education experience includes accreditation management, human resource management, project management, and adjunct professorship. She holds a Masters of Education from Coppin State University and Masters of Business Administration from the Smith School of Business, University of Maryland College Park.
Mark Englert, Ph.D., M.Ed.
Vice President/CEO for Gillette College (retired)
Dr. Mark Englert completed a 38-year career as an educator when he retired from the Northern Wyoming Community College District in December of 2018. He served five years as a teacher and coach in a small rural town, Midwest Wyoming. The remaining 33 years were dedicated to the Northern Wyoming Community College District in a variety of roles. In 1985 Mark joined NWCCD at Sheridan College, serving as the Men’s Assistant Basketball Coach and Athletics Academic Coordinator. After serving one season as the men’s assistant, Mark became the Head Women’s Basketball Coach and a faculty member. He served nine seasons to become one of the winningest coaches in Sheridan College Women’s Basketball history.
These initial experiences served as a catalyst for Mark’s desire to pursue other interests in community college leadership. After leaving the coaching and faculty ranks of Sheridan College, Mark followed a leadership career path spanning the next 23 years. In that time, he was the Business and Social Sciences Division Chair, the Dean of Arts and Sciences, the Acting Chief Academic Officer, the Chief Student Affairs Officer, and culminated when he was privileged to serve as the Vice President/CEO of Gillette College from 2010-2018. Mark earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Northern Colorado, a Master of Science from the University of Wyoming, and his Ph.D. from Colorado State University. He and his wife Janine met at NWCCD and completed their careers with the District. In his newfound spare time, he is looking forward to more fishing, hunting, and golfing along with family time.
Steve Boothe, Director of Leadership Development
Steve began his career as a laborer within the coal mining industry, but soon climbed up through the ranks. During his 40 year career, Steve has been a front-line supervisor, project manager, department manager, plant manager, and superintendent. In addition to his civilian career, Steve served in the US Army Reserve for 20 years, enlisting as a Private and then promoted into the officer ranks, where he held three separate unit commands and served at battalion-level logistics and communications staff positions. He finished his military career as an operations officer for the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command. Steve believes that by sharing his experiences, he can positively contribute to creating the next generation of values-based leaders.
Steve graduated from Colorado Technical University, earning a BSBA with a concentration in project management. He currently volunteers as a mentor and a job coach for teens with special needs or who are in crisis.