Allen is the Program Director, Clinical Coordinator, and an Assistant Professor at South University in Savannah. His passion for service is deep rooted in wanting to develop the university, community, and profession in which he works.
Dr. Delaney received his Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology from William Penn University followed by his Master’s in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Wisconsin. He then received his Ph.D in Counselor Education from the Union Institute and University in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Allen served in the U.S. Air Force for 30 years. He has worked as the Mental Health Outpatient Center Director for the Psychiatric Institute of Washington D.C., a Counselor and Program Coordinator for the middle and high schools in Baltimore County, an Assistant Principal for the Ann Arundel County Public Schools, Program Director at Charleston Community Mental Health, Health Services Administrator for the U.S. Air Force, Assistant Principal for Hanahan High School, High School Principal for McIntosh County Academy, and the Group Facilitator and Trainer for Army Community Services. He then moved into the higher education field and has been an Adjunct Professor, Visiting Professor, and Assistant Professor for a myriad of universities and institutions including Bowie State University, The Citadel, U.S. Air Force, and Albany State University.
Allen has been recognized as a Community Hero by the Georgia Medical Society. He has also been actively involved in professional-related community activities including workshops, presentations, and pro bono counseling.