Stephanie also taught in both charter and district schools in Washington, D.C. She began her career as a Capital Teaching Resident at KIPP DC, where she was part of a founding elementary school team. She later transitioned to D.C. Public Schools and taught fourth grade at Tubman Elementary School. Stephanie was consistently rated highly effective under the DCPS IMPACT system. She also served as grade level chair, a member of the academic leadership team, and the author of the fourth-grade ELA curriculum.
Why I do this work:
I have always loved schools, first as a student and then as a teacher. Unfortunately, racism and systemic inequality limit the opportunity for students to learn and teachers to teach. I do this work to support schools and organizations working to change that reality.
Experience at Bellwether:
Strategic Planning; New Organization Design and Launch; Human Capital/Organizational Design; Teacher Evaluation and Development Systems; Implementation Planning; Project Management; CMO/Charter School Operators; District Schools
Client segments served:
K-12 Schools; School Districts; CMO/Charter Schools; State Education Agencies