Deborah Hunter-Harvill Is A Champion Of Reform In Metropolitan Detroit School Systems
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Deborah Hunter-Harvill comes from very humble roots, and believes that it is her duty to give back to her community. Her specialization was in Administration, Leadership and Supervision. Deborah has ...

Deborah Hunter-Harvill comes from very humble roots, and believes that it is her duty to give back to her community. Her specialization was in Administration, Leadership and Supervision. Deborah has chaired several committees and is the recipient of the Social Action Leadership Award through Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Statewide Award.

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Deborah Hunter-Harvill Is A Champion Of Reform In Metropolitan Detroit School Systems Deborah Hunter-Harvill Is A Champion Of Reform In Metropolitan Detroit School Systems Presentation Transcript

  • Deborah Hunter-Harvill Is A Champion  Of Reform In Metropolitan  Detroit School Systems 
  • Deborah Hunter­Harvill comes from very humble roots, and believes that it is  her duty to give back to her community. Fortunately,  her career has allowed her an excellent opportunity to  help the youth and children of metro Detroit School  children, Hazel Park Schools, Oak Park Schools, Flint  area schools and Buena Vista Schools.
  • Beginning in 1984, and spanning a period of 25 years, Deborah has had a prolific career in those education systems.
  • She was determined to make a difference, and  has left no stone unturned to help sweep in  reforms.  She received a Doctor of Education degree in  Administration and Leadership from Wayne State  University in Detroit in 1994.  Her specialization was in Administration,  Leadership and Supervision.
  • From the get go, Deborah Hunter­Harvill was determined  to better the education system so that children could have  access to high quality education.   One of her latest positions was as the Superintendent of  Buena Vista Schools.   She took the one year  job with great responsibility, and  oversaw curriculum and instruction, instructional resources,  facilities, budget, human capital, and other educational  components.     She lead development and operations of all career/college  readiness partnerships with area community colleges and  independent training agencies. 
  • Unfortunately, state funding was not available for  subsequent years, but    Deborah Hunter­Harvill   helped the graduates to receive scholarships and get  placed into college and universities. In addition, she  helped to consolidate the district with another district  for educational sustainability.
  • Deborah is a well read, intelligent, and experienced  educational leader.  She has excellent connections in the field and knows  what it takes to get the job done. She has dedicated her  life to this and believes it is her  true calling. She approaches each mission with an optimistic  and energetic attitude.  Even in one year as the Superintendent,   Deborah Hunter­Harvill successfully achieved what it takes most other people a long  time to do.
  • Dr. Harvill Contributions  Facilitated school district consolidation and student placement     for continued education.    Administered career planning in role as Career Education     Planning District (CEPD) administrator.    Administered university partnership with Wayne State University     for juniors and seniors.    Enhanced student success by implementing long­term work     experience option utilizing School to Work.    Improved communication on behalf of the District by serving as     a primary liaison to all offices of Michigan Department of     Education, school principals, and academic partners.    Facilitated grant initiatives resulting in approval of Consolidated     Application [$3.5 million], Safe and Supportive Schools    [$825,000], School Improvement Plans     [approximately $5 million].  
  •  Facilitated special services program and K­12 academic learning   environment    Established and planned for  seat time waiver request to extend   academic calendar to 210 days and to increase the amount of   time students attend courses each day.    Implemented professional development opportunities for   teachers, administrators and Board of Education members   through Title I, General funds and other scholarship   opportunities.  Deborah has chaired several committees and is the recipient  of the Social Action Leadership Award through Delta Sigma  Theta Sorority, Inc. Statewide Award.
  • To Know More  About Deborah Hunter­Harvill,  Visit  Her Linkedin Profile  http://www.linkedin.com/in/deborahhunterharvill 
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