Participated in the development of a more rigorous interview process Participated in the School Quality Review process Accomplishments: Served as Executive Council Advisor Developed school AP enrollment campaign, resulting in 20% increase in AP enrollment (2010,2011,2012) Results: Assisted the school in improving the overall performance composite to over 50% (52.2%) for the first time in the history of the NC ABC Program.
Assisted staff in improving AYP results during the 2009-10 school year from 4 out of 23 (17.4%) target goals to 19 out of 23 (82.6%) target goals.
01/2008 to 01/2009
01/2008 to 01/2009
Assistant Principal08/2007 to CurrentCharlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Morrison High School
Free and Reduced Lunch- 71% Academically Gifted: 4.5% Limited English Proficient -10% Students with Disabilities: 11.1% Morrison 9-12 High School houses a college preparation curriculum including Advanced, Academically Gifted and AP courses.
The school has a strong College Tech Program, the Academy for Medical Science and the Academy for Tourism and Travel.
Primary Duties: Served as a member of the school leadership team.
Managed student orientation and registration process.
Supported the development of school goals and participated in teacher professional learning community meetings.
Assisted in the evaluation of school staff by visiting classrooms and providing feedback to teachers.
Supported the principal in setting, monitoring and maintaining the school budget.
Coordinated auxiliary services and ensured efficient use of community resources to supplement the school program.
Supported the development and coordination of the Master School schedule using PowerSchool and previously NC Wise.
Leadership Experiences: Served as Assistant Principal for Instruction Served as the administrative liaison to the Chemistry Department Attended Chemistry EOC team meetings and assisted the Chemistry teachers in improving Chemistry EOC test scores by 13.9 points (2007-08) Served as the administrative liaison to the Algebra 1, Geometry, & Algebra 2 EOC teams Attended all math EOC team meetings and assisted all EOC math teams in achieving growth according to the NC ABC Program, with Geometry and Algebra 2 achieving high growth.
01/2006 to 01/2007
Achieved high growth in Algebra I for five consecutive years.
01/2005 to 01/2007
Developed district-level unit plans for Algebra I and Geometry (summers.
01/2005 to 01/2010
01/2005 to 01/2014
01/2004 to 01/2007
Awarded Teacher01/2004 to 01/2005Downtown High School
department chair01/2002 to 01/2007
Served as the Algebra I PLC lead (2004-2007) · Served as a mentor to four initially and lateral entry licensed teachers · Led professional development sessions on active student engagement and differentiation strategies to all staff.
01/2002 to 01/2007
01/2002 to 01/2007
District Finalist Wachovia Assistant Principal of the Year (2010-2011) · Attended Model Schools Conference (2010-2013) · Selected to attend college recruitment trips for CMS (spring 2013) · North Carolina AdvancED Council Member.
Math Teacher08/2000 to 08/2007Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Downtown High School
Algebra I and Geometry, Grades 9-11 Free and Reduced Lunch - 60.2% High School Limited English Proficient - 15% Downtown High School is a Title 1 school in the uptown area.
The school has a partial IB magnet program with approximately 250 students.
Primary Duties: Taught Algebra I and geometry to approximately 160 students per year.
Taught a variety of academic levels including EC inclusion, honors, and IB.
Collaboratively planned instruction with members of the math professional learning community to ensure lessons were differentiated and engaging.
Education and Training
Master of School Administration degreeDecember 2003Gardner-Webb UniversitySprings, NC4.00
Bachelor of Arts: MathematicsMay 1997University of North CarolinaCharlotte, North CarolinaMathematics 3.25