Dr. Martin Reinhardt Bio Page

Dr. Martin Reinhardt, Ph.D. (Anishinaabe Ojibway)

Senior Level Project Consultant for Bowman Performance Consulting, LLC

Dr. Martin Reinhardt holds a Ph.D. from The Pennsylvania State University in Educational Leadership (2004). He also has a M.A. from Central Michigan University in Sociology (1998) and a B.S. from Lake Superior State University in Sociology (1994). For more than 20 years, Dr. Reinhardt has studied the intersection of tribal and public educational policy and programming in the United States. His in- depth knowledge of history, tribal treaty rights, and contemporary tribal and public education policy make him a subject matter expert for American Indian education in public and tribal contexts. Currently, Dr. Reinhardt is a tenured associate professor and Chair of Native American Studies at Northern Michigan University. He regularly consults with Tribal Education Departments, the Tribal Educational Departments National Assembly, and other national non-profit, public, and tribal agencies regarding American Indian education, educational leadership, and educational policy on behalf of American Indian students. Dr. Reinhardt brings his unique and experienced treaty, historical, and educational perspectives to BPC projects.