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Janice M. Case
(Email) j.caseconsultants@gmail.com (Cell) 904-705-7438
Accomplished Principal with an impressive twenty + year record of increased responsibility with and
supervision of staff in public and private settings…focused problem solver who uses academic
competencies and pedagogues to develop practical solutions,and creations of interdisciplinary dialogue
opportunities…skilled communicator with strong organizational skills who clarifies educationalneeds of
students and builds strong working relationships with students,staff,families and all levels of
administration…skilled professional developer with experience at the state and national level….community
involved citizen who leads by example….Seeking opportunity to consult with district, state, and
international education communities with the common goal of improving student learning and
educator effectiveness.
DEMONSTRATED AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Creating/Delivering Professional Development
Teacher/Principal Evaluation Personalizing the School Community
Standards Based Classroom Special Education Programs
Leading Reform School Improvement Process
Data Driven Decision Making Policy Creation/Implementation
School Community Partnerships
EMPLOYMENT
J. Case Consultants March 2013-
Present
Chief Executive Officer
Founding member of J. Case Consultants,LLC. Responsible for the launch of the consulting model geared
toward servicing schools and districts on all areas of schooltransformation with an emphasis on quality,
sustainable schoolleadership.
Current Collaborative Projects
I. Virginia Foundation for Educational Leadership, Inc. May 2013-Present
Lead Turnaround Collaborator /Transformation Coordinator
Responsible for the oversight of a Lead Turnaround initiative with two districts in the Commonwealth of
Virginia. This model includes an emphasis on monitoring and assessing the services provided by external
vendors to schoolwho are at Priority level in the accountability model.
 Provide guidance and direction with schooltransformation practices.
 Respond to schooland division requests for support.
 Support the foundation Executive Director in an array of practices designed to enhance the school
transformation process.
 In collaboration with the Virginia Department of Education Office of School Improvement,
provide technical assistance to schoolteams on instructional pedagogy,planning alignment, and
overall effective instructional practices.
II. Virginia Department of Education – Office of School Improvement June 2008-
Present
In partnership with the Virginia Department of Education, have provided ongoing support and professional
development for schoolleaders and teams in the area of schoolimprovement. This collaboration began in
2009 and continues currently.
Professional Development Consultant
 2009-20012 participated on a team of professionaldevelopment consultants to deliver rigorous
leadership and instructional training to schoolidentified as high risk for failure. Forums included
onsite as well web based environments.
 One of a team of four educators tasked with planning, developing, and implementing the 2014-15
Technical Assistance as required by the VDOE OSI for all Priority Schools.
 Plan a comprehensive professional learning experience for principals and district staff: Alignment
of Academic Review and Performance Evaluation (AARPE).
 Conduct research of best practices.
 Establish protocols for inter-rater reliability to improve the feedback of teacher performance.
 Implement a Mentor Coaching Model for school leaders designed to support principals in their
work toward overall increased student achievement and school improvement.
 Participate on a WebEx faculty steering committee charged with revising and implementing a
variety of professionaldevelopment sessions/tools.
III. NISL Certified Facilitator, Coordinator, and Coach February 2013-Present
Responsible for the oversight and coordination of Cohort 2 of the NISL EDP in the Commonwealth of
Virginia.
 Establish rapport with all cohort members to include monthly contact with the group and
individually as needed. R
 Review and assessment of all ALPs.
 Coordinating and supporting the cadre of NISL cohort trainers to include assigning
Units/schedule, monthly review of lesson plans and materials, and running interference as needed.
 Supporting cohort members as they traverse the EDP over the 13 month time period.
 Providing Leadership Coaching to schoolleaders in San Diego, CA to enhance leadership growth.
IV. National Association of Secondary School Principals December 2013-Present
Professional Development Consultant (December 2013-Present)
Responsible for supporting the efforts of the Director of Professional Development Services.
 Plan, develop, and implement a series of Assistant Principal Institutes to be conducted in
identified states (first in FL July 2014)
 Review and revise current products in the association’s PD offerings.
 Build out strand topics into full service PD experiences for schoolleaders and their teams.
 Conduct PD experiences in a variety of areas.
 Member of a dynamic group of trainers enlisted to provide professional development sessions for
secondary leaders throughout the nation.
Membership Services Consultant (December 2013-May 2014)
Responsible for supporting the efforts of the Director of Membership Services.
 Conduct comparative studies between the national organization and state organizations.
 Provide recommendations for areas to target membership based on study outcomes.
Student Services Consultant (December 2013-May 2014)
Responsible for supporting the efforts of the Director of Student Services.
 Conduct comparative studies on NASSP student services and those ofvarious organizations in
target state(s).
 Attend and present at identified forums in order to enhance student program membership.
 Provide recommendations for areas to target membership based on study outcomes.
V. Oak Harbor Public Schools May 2015-Present
Serving as a Leadership Coach to multiple administrators embarking on new positions for the 2015-16
schoolyear.
VI. Curriculum Associates August 2013-Present
Professional Development Consultant
Responsible for conducting on-site and web based professionaldevelopment on a particular educational
product.
 Conduct webinars for schools and division nationally on a variety of topics as they pertain to the i-
Ready product.
 Conduct on-site professional development for teachers and school leaders on the i-Ready product.
 Conduct onsite coaching with schoolteams geared toward maximizing the use of instructional
data for instructional decision making.
VII. School-based Professional Development – multiple clients September 2012-
Present
Professional Development Trainer
Responsible for providing quality professional development experiences for schoolteams. Topics for
current clients include:
 School culture – Identifying obstacles to a positive culture and creating solutions
 Teacher evaluation
 Principal evaluation
 Building Effective Lesson Plans with an emphasis on Standards Alignment
 Increasing Rigor in the Classroom
 Using Data to Inform Instruction
 Building a School Culture that Enhances Student Achievement
 Building a College and Career Ready Instructional Program
Loudoun County Public Schools
Potomac Falls High School August 2009-
June 2013
Principal
Responsible for a schoolcommunity of 1530 students and 230 staff members. Primary responsibility is to
maintain the school’s vision and our concerted efforts to that end. Specific responsibilities include:
• Provide an instructional program consistent with the goals and objectives of the schooldistrict.
• Provide for the continuing development and implementation of an effective instructional program
through classroom supervision and instructional leadership.
• Work with the school staff and community to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning and
appropriate student behavior.
• Utilize available supervisory personnelto ensure an effective instructional program.
• Supervise and evaluate the performance of each member of the schoolstaff and establish
individual programs for improvement consistent with the district's staff development objectives.
• Advise the personneloffice of staff needs and participate in the recruitment, employment,
assignment, promotion, transfer, non-renewal, and dismissal of licensed and classified personnel.
• Foster effective home-school communication by providing opportunities for parents and teachers
to discuss student progress and othermatters of mutual concern and by encouraging community
involvement in schoolactivities.
• Devise and administer a schoolbudget,utilizing all available funds,which is consistent with
district instructional and administrative goals; supervise the maintenance of accurate bookkeeping
records and the accounting of schoolfunds.
• Exercise leadership in the development, implementation, and interpretation of District and School
Board Policies and Regulations.
• Keep abreast of developments in Middle School education and in the field of education generally
by participating in professional enrichment activities.
Loudoun County Public Schools
Eagle Ridge Middle School July 2005-
August 2009
Principal
Responsible for a schoolcommunity of 1030 students and 145 staff members. Primary responsibility is to
maintain the school’s vision and our concerted efforts to that end. Specific responsibilities include:
• Provide an instructional program consistent with the goals and objectives of the schooldistrict.
• Provide for the continuing development and implementation of an effective instructional program
through classroom supervision and instructional leadership.
• Work with the school staff and community to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning and
appropriate student behavior.
• Utilize available supervisory personnelto ensure an effective instructional program.
• Supervise and evaluate the performance of each member of the schoolstaff and establish
individual programs for improvement consistent with the district's staff development objectives.
• Advise the personneloffice of staff needs and participate in the recruitment, employment,
assignment, promotion, transfer, non-renewal, and dismissal of licensed and classified personnel.
• Foster effective home-school communication by providing opportunities for parents and teachers
to discuss student progress and othermatters of mutual concern and by encouraging community
involvement in schoolactivities.
• Devise and administer a schoolbudget,utilizing all available funds,which is consistent with
district instructional and administrative goals; supervise the maintenance of accurate bookkeeping
records and the accounting of schoolfunds.
• Exercise leadership in the development, implementation, and interpretation of District and School
Board Policies and Regulations.
• Keep abreast of developments in Middle School education and in the field of education generally
by participating in professional enrichment activities.
Part-Time Consultant 2006-Present
In conjunction with the National Association ofSecondary School Principals and the Virginia Association
of Secondary School Principals as well as the Virginia Department of Education - Member of a dynamic
group of trainers enlisted to provide professionaldevelopment sessions forsecondary leaders throughout
the nation. A comprehensive list of these trainings is provided in this document under “Professional
Development Consultant Experience.”
Loudoun County Public Schools 2001-2005
Potomac Falls High School
Assistant Principal
Member of leadership team overseeing staff of 179 and student body ofapproximately 1450.
Responsibilities included: Special Education Contact/Program coordinator; developed school-wide Master
Schedule; developed school-wide Resource schedule; facilitated School Improvement Plan; supervision
and evaluation of 35 staff members; supervised instructionalprogram for four (4) content areas (including
ESL); coordinated community relations through school/business partnerships and involvement with PTSO;
coordinated/facilitated staff development groups; coordinated field trips; and monitored staff recertification
process.
George Mason University 2003-2009
Fairfax, VA
Adjunct Professor
Experienced adjunct professor: Part-time position teaching graduate level course(s)in the School of
Education Leadership Program.
Fairfax County Public Schools 1998-2001
Herndon High School
Department Chair – Special Education Program 1999-2001
Responsible for management, coordination and preparations of an impressive program consisting of 300
students,30 teachers,and 5 instructional assistants.
Teacher – ED/LD Program 1998-1999
Followed the SOL curriculum for a variety of courses: Government, Biology, US/VA History, and
English. Participated in numerous extracurricular activities and committees.
Grafton School, Rockville Maryland 1997-1998
Program Supervisor
Responsible for full range program development for three (3) residential group homes and the educational
setting for twelve (12) students with Autism.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1996-1997
Falls Church, Virginia
Graduate Assistant
Assigned to various Professors in the Education Department. Filled job requirements of research, class
assistance and general office/clerical duties. Performed special project of writing copy and designs for
brochures for each class in the education program.
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES/BOARD MEMBERSHIPS
VP-1 Family Readiness Group Executive Board: President 2014-Present
Appointed to serve as the President of the executive board designed to support families and provide
resources especially in time of deployment.
VASSP State Coordinator: Member: Executive Committee & Board of Directors 2007-2013
Appointed to serve the state board as the State Coordinator of VASSP. This position acts as a liaison
between the state and national associations and represents the state board in national elections. Primary
responsibilities include actively engaging state and national legislators to influence policy decisions.
District, State, and National Principal Evaluation Steering Committee 2012-2013
Principal representative for the steering committee established to devise principal evaluation tools and
processes based on the VDOE model.
District and State Teacher Evaluation Steering Committee 2011-2012
Principal representative for the steering committee established to devise teacher evaluation tools and
processes based on the VDOE model.
NASSP/NAESP Joint Committee for Principal Evaluation 2011-2012
One of 18 principals from around the country serving on a steering committee whose final product was a
joint principal evaluation framework designed to be a framework for states and districts.
District Climate Survey Committee 2008-2013
Middle School representative to the district’s committee created to formulate climate surveys to be used for
staff, students,and parents countywide.
PBIS Steering Committee: Principal Representative 2008-2010
Participate on the steering committee for the Loudoun Positive Behavior steering committee. This
committee is charged with overseeing the training, implementation, and follow up activities for the PBS
initiative district-wide.
Loudoun Leadership Fellows Program: Steering Committee/Mentor/Supervisor 2005-2009
Participated on the steering committee for the Loudoun Leadership Fellows Program that was a result of a
grant awarded to LCPS and GMU. Participation included assisting with the creation of the program model,
reviewing packets of candidates,interviewing candidates,and participating in the final selection of
candidates for the two year program. Ongoing participation includes assisting with the development of
course models and mentoring candidates.
Loudoun County Public School Staff Development Council 2004-2007
Participated on a multi-tiered team of licensed and classified staff working towards the goal of enhancing
the professionaldevelopment opportunities available to all schoolemployees.
EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS/PUBLICATIONS
Master of Arts in Education Administration 1997
Virginia Polytechnic Institute,Falls Church, VA
Bachelors of Arts in English 1994
George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
Certification: Administrative Certification 2001,2006, 2011
Certification in English, State of Virginia 2001,2006, 2011
Professional Affiliations/: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development – Member
Activities National Association ofSecondary School Principals – Member, VA State
Coordinator
Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals – Member, Executive
Committee
Virginia Foundation for Education Leadership- Member, Board of Trustees
Publications NASSP Principal Leadership Journal February 2015
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT EXPERIENCE
Present See current work history – full-time consultant
July 2013 Contracted by VDOE to be one of two members of a
cadre of trainers to conduct regional training on the new
Principal Evaluation Process.
February 2013 Requested to present at the NASSP national conference;
conducted two separate concurrent sessions on:principal
evaluation - a national framework and Teacher Evaluation
in the electronic world.
January 2013 Contracted by VDOE/VFEL to be one of 8 members of a
cadre of trainers trained in the NISL Executive Training
series.
October 2012 Contracted by the VA Governor’s School system to
& March 2013 train instructional staff in SMART Goal Writing and
Assessment as it pertains to student learning and progress.
September 2012 Contracted by VDOE to create 5 video vignettes that will
be made available to support school-based administrators on
successfully evaluation instructional staff.
September 2012 Contracted by Chesapeake Public Schools to train 200
administrators in SMART Goal Writing and Assessment as
it pertains to the new Teacher Evaluation System.

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Janice Case Resume January 2016

  • 1. Janice M. Case (Email) j.caseconsultants@gmail.com (Cell) 904-705-7438 Accomplished Principal with an impressive twenty + year record of increased responsibility with and supervision of staff in public and private settings…focused problem solver who uses academic competencies and pedagogues to develop practical solutions,and creations of interdisciplinary dialogue opportunities…skilled communicator with strong organizational skills who clarifies educationalneeds of students and builds strong working relationships with students,staff,families and all levels of administration…skilled professional developer with experience at the state and national level….community involved citizen who leads by example….Seeking opportunity to consult with district, state, and international education communities with the common goal of improving student learning and educator effectiveness. DEMONSTRATED AREAS OF EXPERTISE Creating/Delivering Professional Development Teacher/Principal Evaluation Personalizing the School Community Standards Based Classroom Special Education Programs Leading Reform School Improvement Process Data Driven Decision Making Policy Creation/Implementation School Community Partnerships EMPLOYMENT J. Case Consultants March 2013- Present Chief Executive Officer Founding member of J. Case Consultants,LLC. Responsible for the launch of the consulting model geared toward servicing schools and districts on all areas of schooltransformation with an emphasis on quality, sustainable schoolleadership. Current Collaborative Projects I. Virginia Foundation for Educational Leadership, Inc. May 2013-Present Lead Turnaround Collaborator /Transformation Coordinator Responsible for the oversight of a Lead Turnaround initiative with two districts in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This model includes an emphasis on monitoring and assessing the services provided by external vendors to schoolwho are at Priority level in the accountability model.  Provide guidance and direction with schooltransformation practices.  Respond to schooland division requests for support.  Support the foundation Executive Director in an array of practices designed to enhance the school transformation process.  In collaboration with the Virginia Department of Education Office of School Improvement, provide technical assistance to schoolteams on instructional pedagogy,planning alignment, and overall effective instructional practices. II. Virginia Department of Education – Office of School Improvement June 2008- Present In partnership with the Virginia Department of Education, have provided ongoing support and professional development for schoolleaders and teams in the area of schoolimprovement. This collaboration began in 2009 and continues currently.
  • 2. Professional Development Consultant  2009-20012 participated on a team of professionaldevelopment consultants to deliver rigorous leadership and instructional training to schoolidentified as high risk for failure. Forums included onsite as well web based environments.  One of a team of four educators tasked with planning, developing, and implementing the 2014-15 Technical Assistance as required by the VDOE OSI for all Priority Schools.  Plan a comprehensive professional learning experience for principals and district staff: Alignment of Academic Review and Performance Evaluation (AARPE).  Conduct research of best practices.  Establish protocols for inter-rater reliability to improve the feedback of teacher performance.  Implement a Mentor Coaching Model for school leaders designed to support principals in their work toward overall increased student achievement and school improvement.  Participate on a WebEx faculty steering committee charged with revising and implementing a variety of professionaldevelopment sessions/tools. III. NISL Certified Facilitator, Coordinator, and Coach February 2013-Present Responsible for the oversight and coordination of Cohort 2 of the NISL EDP in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  Establish rapport with all cohort members to include monthly contact with the group and individually as needed. R  Review and assessment of all ALPs.  Coordinating and supporting the cadre of NISL cohort trainers to include assigning Units/schedule, monthly review of lesson plans and materials, and running interference as needed.  Supporting cohort members as they traverse the EDP over the 13 month time period.  Providing Leadership Coaching to schoolleaders in San Diego, CA to enhance leadership growth. IV. National Association of Secondary School Principals December 2013-Present Professional Development Consultant (December 2013-Present) Responsible for supporting the efforts of the Director of Professional Development Services.  Plan, develop, and implement a series of Assistant Principal Institutes to be conducted in identified states (first in FL July 2014)  Review and revise current products in the association’s PD offerings.  Build out strand topics into full service PD experiences for schoolleaders and their teams.  Conduct PD experiences in a variety of areas.  Member of a dynamic group of trainers enlisted to provide professional development sessions for secondary leaders throughout the nation. Membership Services Consultant (December 2013-May 2014) Responsible for supporting the efforts of the Director of Membership Services.  Conduct comparative studies between the national organization and state organizations.  Provide recommendations for areas to target membership based on study outcomes. Student Services Consultant (December 2013-May 2014) Responsible for supporting the efforts of the Director of Student Services.  Conduct comparative studies on NASSP student services and those ofvarious organizations in target state(s).  Attend and present at identified forums in order to enhance student program membership.  Provide recommendations for areas to target membership based on study outcomes. V. Oak Harbor Public Schools May 2015-Present Serving as a Leadership Coach to multiple administrators embarking on new positions for the 2015-16 schoolyear.
  • 3. VI. Curriculum Associates August 2013-Present Professional Development Consultant Responsible for conducting on-site and web based professionaldevelopment on a particular educational product.  Conduct webinars for schools and division nationally on a variety of topics as they pertain to the i- Ready product.  Conduct on-site professional development for teachers and school leaders on the i-Ready product.  Conduct onsite coaching with schoolteams geared toward maximizing the use of instructional data for instructional decision making. VII. School-based Professional Development – multiple clients September 2012- Present Professional Development Trainer Responsible for providing quality professional development experiences for schoolteams. Topics for current clients include:  School culture – Identifying obstacles to a positive culture and creating solutions  Teacher evaluation  Principal evaluation  Building Effective Lesson Plans with an emphasis on Standards Alignment  Increasing Rigor in the Classroom  Using Data to Inform Instruction  Building a School Culture that Enhances Student Achievement  Building a College and Career Ready Instructional Program Loudoun County Public Schools Potomac Falls High School August 2009- June 2013 Principal Responsible for a schoolcommunity of 1530 students and 230 staff members. Primary responsibility is to maintain the school’s vision and our concerted efforts to that end. Specific responsibilities include: • Provide an instructional program consistent with the goals and objectives of the schooldistrict. • Provide for the continuing development and implementation of an effective instructional program through classroom supervision and instructional leadership. • Work with the school staff and community to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning and appropriate student behavior. • Utilize available supervisory personnelto ensure an effective instructional program. • Supervise and evaluate the performance of each member of the schoolstaff and establish individual programs for improvement consistent with the district's staff development objectives. • Advise the personneloffice of staff needs and participate in the recruitment, employment, assignment, promotion, transfer, non-renewal, and dismissal of licensed and classified personnel. • Foster effective home-school communication by providing opportunities for parents and teachers to discuss student progress and othermatters of mutual concern and by encouraging community involvement in schoolactivities. • Devise and administer a schoolbudget,utilizing all available funds,which is consistent with district instructional and administrative goals; supervise the maintenance of accurate bookkeeping records and the accounting of schoolfunds. • Exercise leadership in the development, implementation, and interpretation of District and School Board Policies and Regulations. • Keep abreast of developments in Middle School education and in the field of education generally by participating in professional enrichment activities.
  • 4. Loudoun County Public Schools Eagle Ridge Middle School July 2005- August 2009 Principal Responsible for a schoolcommunity of 1030 students and 145 staff members. Primary responsibility is to maintain the school’s vision and our concerted efforts to that end. Specific responsibilities include: • Provide an instructional program consistent with the goals and objectives of the schooldistrict. • Provide for the continuing development and implementation of an effective instructional program through classroom supervision and instructional leadership. • Work with the school staff and community to maintain an atmosphere conducive to learning and appropriate student behavior. • Utilize available supervisory personnelto ensure an effective instructional program. • Supervise and evaluate the performance of each member of the schoolstaff and establish individual programs for improvement consistent with the district's staff development objectives. • Advise the personneloffice of staff needs and participate in the recruitment, employment, assignment, promotion, transfer, non-renewal, and dismissal of licensed and classified personnel. • Foster effective home-school communication by providing opportunities for parents and teachers to discuss student progress and othermatters of mutual concern and by encouraging community involvement in schoolactivities. • Devise and administer a schoolbudget,utilizing all available funds,which is consistent with district instructional and administrative goals; supervise the maintenance of accurate bookkeeping records and the accounting of schoolfunds. • Exercise leadership in the development, implementation, and interpretation of District and School Board Policies and Regulations. • Keep abreast of developments in Middle School education and in the field of education generally by participating in professional enrichment activities. Part-Time Consultant 2006-Present In conjunction with the National Association ofSecondary School Principals and the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals as well as the Virginia Department of Education - Member of a dynamic group of trainers enlisted to provide professionaldevelopment sessions forsecondary leaders throughout the nation. A comprehensive list of these trainings is provided in this document under “Professional Development Consultant Experience.” Loudoun County Public Schools 2001-2005 Potomac Falls High School Assistant Principal Member of leadership team overseeing staff of 179 and student body ofapproximately 1450. Responsibilities included: Special Education Contact/Program coordinator; developed school-wide Master Schedule; developed school-wide Resource schedule; facilitated School Improvement Plan; supervision and evaluation of 35 staff members; supervised instructionalprogram for four (4) content areas (including ESL); coordinated community relations through school/business partnerships and involvement with PTSO; coordinated/facilitated staff development groups; coordinated field trips; and monitored staff recertification process. George Mason University 2003-2009 Fairfax, VA Adjunct Professor Experienced adjunct professor: Part-time position teaching graduate level course(s)in the School of Education Leadership Program. Fairfax County Public Schools 1998-2001 Herndon High School
  • 5. Department Chair – Special Education Program 1999-2001 Responsible for management, coordination and preparations of an impressive program consisting of 300 students,30 teachers,and 5 instructional assistants. Teacher – ED/LD Program 1998-1999 Followed the SOL curriculum for a variety of courses: Government, Biology, US/VA History, and English. Participated in numerous extracurricular activities and committees. Grafton School, Rockville Maryland 1997-1998 Program Supervisor Responsible for full range program development for three (3) residential group homes and the educational setting for twelve (12) students with Autism. Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1996-1997 Falls Church, Virginia Graduate Assistant Assigned to various Professors in the Education Department. Filled job requirements of research, class assistance and general office/clerical duties. Performed special project of writing copy and designs for brochures for each class in the education program. ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES/BOARD MEMBERSHIPS VP-1 Family Readiness Group Executive Board: President 2014-Present Appointed to serve as the President of the executive board designed to support families and provide resources especially in time of deployment. VASSP State Coordinator: Member: Executive Committee & Board of Directors 2007-2013 Appointed to serve the state board as the State Coordinator of VASSP. This position acts as a liaison between the state and national associations and represents the state board in national elections. Primary responsibilities include actively engaging state and national legislators to influence policy decisions. District, State, and National Principal Evaluation Steering Committee 2012-2013 Principal representative for the steering committee established to devise principal evaluation tools and processes based on the VDOE model. District and State Teacher Evaluation Steering Committee 2011-2012 Principal representative for the steering committee established to devise teacher evaluation tools and processes based on the VDOE model. NASSP/NAESP Joint Committee for Principal Evaluation 2011-2012 One of 18 principals from around the country serving on a steering committee whose final product was a joint principal evaluation framework designed to be a framework for states and districts. District Climate Survey Committee 2008-2013 Middle School representative to the district’s committee created to formulate climate surveys to be used for staff, students,and parents countywide. PBIS Steering Committee: Principal Representative 2008-2010 Participate on the steering committee for the Loudoun Positive Behavior steering committee. This committee is charged with overseeing the training, implementation, and follow up activities for the PBS initiative district-wide. Loudoun Leadership Fellows Program: Steering Committee/Mentor/Supervisor 2005-2009 Participated on the steering committee for the Loudoun Leadership Fellows Program that was a result of a grant awarded to LCPS and GMU. Participation included assisting with the creation of the program model,
  • 6. reviewing packets of candidates,interviewing candidates,and participating in the final selection of candidates for the two year program. Ongoing participation includes assisting with the development of course models and mentoring candidates. Loudoun County Public School Staff Development Council 2004-2007 Participated on a multi-tiered team of licensed and classified staff working towards the goal of enhancing the professionaldevelopment opportunities available to all schoolemployees. EDUCATION/PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS/PUBLICATIONS Master of Arts in Education Administration 1997 Virginia Polytechnic Institute,Falls Church, VA Bachelors of Arts in English 1994 George Mason University, Fairfax, VA Certification: Administrative Certification 2001,2006, 2011 Certification in English, State of Virginia 2001,2006, 2011 Professional Affiliations/: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development – Member Activities National Association ofSecondary School Principals – Member, VA State Coordinator Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals – Member, Executive Committee Virginia Foundation for Education Leadership- Member, Board of Trustees Publications NASSP Principal Leadership Journal February 2015 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANT EXPERIENCE Present See current work history – full-time consultant July 2013 Contracted by VDOE to be one of two members of a cadre of trainers to conduct regional training on the new Principal Evaluation Process. February 2013 Requested to present at the NASSP national conference; conducted two separate concurrent sessions on:principal evaluation - a national framework and Teacher Evaluation in the electronic world. January 2013 Contracted by VDOE/VFEL to be one of 8 members of a cadre of trainers trained in the NISL Executive Training series. October 2012 Contracted by the VA Governor’s School system to & March 2013 train instructional staff in SMART Goal Writing and Assessment as it pertains to student learning and progress. September 2012 Contracted by VDOE to create 5 video vignettes that will be made available to support school-based administrators on successfully evaluation instructional staff. September 2012 Contracted by Chesapeake Public Schools to train 200 administrators in SMART Goal Writing and Assessment as it pertains to the new Teacher Evaluation System.
  • 7. September 2012 One of a four person panel in a Congressional Briefing on Capitol Hill to unveil the national standards for Principal Evaluation. July 2012 Conducted three, three day institutes on Teacher Evaluation across the Commonwealth. May 2012 Trained by VDOE and Dr. James Strong to be one of nine consultants charged with training representatives from all VA schooldistricts on the successfulimplementation of the new Teacher Evaluation System. July 2011 Conducted Breaking Ranks training for multiple schoolteams from around the state of VA in conjunction with VADOE and VFEL. School leaders represented schools in the Commonwealth identified as In Need of Improvement. Sept 2010-Apr Facilitated ongoing training with schooldistricts in the area of 2011 school improvement via a VDOE webinar series. July 2010 Conducted Breaking Ranks training for 130 schoolteams from Around the state of VA in conjunction with the VDOE. School leaders represented schools in the Commonwealth identified as In Need of Improvement. June 2010 VASSP Conference Presenter: Personalizing the school environment. July 2009 Conducted Breaking Ranks training for 78 school teams from around the state of VA in conjunction with the VADOE. School leaders represented 78 schools in the Commonwealth identified as In Need of Improvement. June 2009 VASSP Conference Presenter: Mission: Transition March 2009 ETS/VADOE Administrative Relicensure Review Team Participated in the effort to create a new cut score for the revised School Leader Licensure Assessment. February 2009 NASSP Conference Presenter: Mission: Transition July 2008 National Leadership Conference Participant in joint NAESP/NASSP endeavor to form a united front and meet with legislators on Capitol Hill to forward our schoolleadership agenda. July 2008 USDOE Grant Reviewer Accepted to cadre of 80 to review grant applications submitted to the USDOE on the topic of Advanced Placement Initiative. June 2012 NASSP National High School Principal of the Year Selection Committee; Assistant Principal of the Year Committee (January 2008); Middle School Principal of the Year (2008); High School Principal of the Year Committee (July 2005).
  • 8. June 2008 VASSP State Conference Co-presented “Building the Capacity of the Leader: The Need to Lead” in break out session. June 2004-2008 Facilitated multiple professional development sessions for schoolleaders from around the Commonwealth and nation to include VA, NC, MD, DC, CA*. *Specific dates/information available upon request. Community Activities: Volunteer – Habitat For Humanity Board of Directors- 2015- Present Volunteer – Navy Family Readiness Group – President 2014- Present Volunteer – Oak Harbor High School PTA 2014-Present Volunteer – Rolling Hills Elementary PTA 2013, 2014 Volunteer – Avon Walk Crew 2011, 2012, 2013 (Present) Volunteer – Blue Ridge Middle School PTO (Present) Secretary, Upper Loudoun Girls Softball League Board (2008-09) Coach and Assistant coach for various sports leagues (2002-2011) REFERENCES Dr. Patricia Wright Dr. Edgar Hatrick State Superintendent, Virginia, Retired Superintendent of Schools,Retired Loudoun County Public Schools Dr. Randy Barrack Mr. David Spage Executive Director Former Director of High Schools Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals Loudoun County Public Schools Ms. JoAnn Bartoletti Beverly Rabil Executive Director Director of Office of School Improvement National Association of Secondary School Principals Virginia Department of Education Contact information available upon request.