Our Educational Leadership Cabinet

This team of highly experienced and remarkably successful educational leaders leverage their decades of experience and unique insights to identify the challenges – and solutions – facing administrators, teachers, and their students in today’s changing educational landscape.

Dr. Michael Almeida

Former Superintendent, Coventry Public Schools, Rhode Island

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Kevin E. Baird, MBA

Chairman, Center for College & Career Readiness

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Dr. Almitra Berry- Jones

Executive Director of District Partnerships, Achieve3000

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Dr. Cindy Elsberry

Former Superintendent, Horry County Schools, South Carolina

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Dr. Douglas Fisher

Professor of Educational Leadership, San Diego State University

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Annette Gurley

Education Leadership Consultant, Achieve3000

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Dr. Michael Kamil

Professor Emeritus of Education, Stanford University

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Ray McNulty

Dean for the School of Education at Southern New Hampshire

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Dr. John M. Nelson III

Former Assistant Superintendent, Chula Vista Elementary School District, California

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Dr. P. David Pearson

Professor, Language, Literacy, and Culture, University of California, Berkeley

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Marisa Russo

Executive Director, EL Development & Early Literacy Instruction, Achieve3000

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Salome Thomas- El

Head of School, Thomas Edison Charter, Wilmington, DE

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