Early Life and Education
Pernessa Seele was born on 15 October 1954 to Luella and Charles Seele in Lincolnville, South Carolina, about 20 miles from Charleston. It was an all-black rural town, where religious revivals were part of the community fabric and a way to mobilize civic action.
Seele studied biology as an undergraduate at Clark University (now Clark-Atlanta University) where she earned a B.S. In 1979 she earned a master's degree in immunology at Atlanta University. She went to New York to start a career in science research.
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