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1 A. Davis CV Updated May CURRICULUM VITAE One who learns from one who is learning drinks from a running stream (Old Siletz Indian proverb) - Educators must be 21st Century Learners Ann W. Davis, Ed.D (Home) 2810 Bedford Street (Cell) Burlington, NC FORMAL EDUCATION B.S Middle School and Secondary Education Wingate College M.S.A Ed.S Educational Leadership Educational Administration and Cultural Foundations UNCC UNCG Ed.D Educational Administration and Cultural Foundations UNCG DOCTORAL DISSERTATION Syncing up with the ikid: Portrait of Seven High School Teacher Leaders Transforming the American High School Through a Digital Conversion of Teaching and Learning. The study investigated the journey of seven high school teacher leaders striving to sync up with their students by implementing a one-to-one, mobile computing, teaching and learning, reform initiative. The goal was to encapsulate the framework of change as well as their perceptions of how teaching and learning were affected in order to better inform practitioners contemplating a digital reform strategy. The study found that broad leadership skills are required to implement such an extensive plan and that collaborative professional development with persistent commitment and vision are needed to overcome the teachers sense of urgency, yet fear of failure, when striving to transform instructional methodology. PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSURE NC 011 School Administrator Superintendent NC 012 School Administrator Principal NC 113 Curriculum Instructional Specialist NC 711 Career-Technical Director NC Middle Grades Language Arts NC Middle Grades Mathematics NC 024 Elementary Grades Language Arts NC 025 Elementary Grades Mathematics NC Secondary Grades Mathematics

2 OTHER FORMAL STUDY AND CERTIFICATION AASA Virtual Seminar Series Leadership Matters A. Davis CV Updated May Webinars (2014): ISTE The Future of Personalized Learning; ASCD - Carol Ann Tomlinson: Revisiting The Differentiated Classroom: Looking Back and Ahead; ASCD - Leslie Grant and James Stronge: Connecting the Cultural Divide: What Do Great Teachers in the United States and China Do?; Education Week - Going 1-to-1 with Google for Education: Firsthand Experience with Google Apps and Chromebooks; Education Week - Accelerating School Leadership: Field-Tested Performance Tools for Principal Supervisors and Coaches; Education Week - Personalized and Blended-Learning Success: 25 Tips From Experienced Educators; Education Week - Personalized Learning and the Power of Adaptive Instruction Australian Study Tour Perth, Melbourne & Sydney Australia, ISTE Study Tour on Technology in Education, Personalized Learning & Personalized Learning Spaces (Campfire, Watering hole, Cave) September/October 2012 Webinars (2013): Reaching All Learners Using Technology to Personalize Instruction &Assessment in Today s Classroom with Alan November, ISTE, July 2013; Teaching with the Brain in Mind, ISTE, October 2012; What Do Administrators Need to Know and Be Able to Do with Technology? ISTE, November 2012; Digital Learning Day National Town Hall Meeting, Epic Ed, February 2013; Home Base Technical Webinar, NCDPI, February 2013 Digital Literacy Training NCSU Friday Institute, 2011 Common Core Training, NCDPI, 2011 NC Falcon Training on Formative Assessment, NCDPI, 2010 Core Curriculum Standards/SMARTER Balanced Assessment Consortium and North Carolina's Accountability and Curriculum Reform Effort - also known as ACRE, Piedmont Triad Education Consortium, Curriculum Leaders Monthly Meetings, Race-to-the-Top (RttT), Piedmont Triad Education Consortium, Superintendents Meetings, 2010 Process Analysis and Alignment training, PEARSON, Anna Arundel, MD, st Century Classroom Teaching and Learning & Instructional Technology Facilitator Institute, NCSU Friday Institute, 2009 Webinars - Integrating Wikis in your Classroom, Using Google Forms in the Classroom, Internet Safety for Schools in the Digital Era in 1:1 Computing Environments, Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0 Tools and Getting Started in the 1:1 Classroom, NCSU Friday Institute, 2009 Aspiring Superintendency Leadership Training, Charlotte, NC, :1 Leadership Training, Apple Computers Inc., Florida, 2008 Career and Technical Education Internship, NCDPI, P a g e

3 A. Davis CV Updated May McRel s Balanced Leadership Training and Facilitative Leadership Training, NCDPI, 2007 Richard DuFour s Professional Learning Communities Conference, Reform Model Certification: America s Choice, Talent Development and The New School s Project, NCDPI, 2007 National Principal of the Year Conference, NASSP, Washington DC and Las Vegas, 2006 Principal's Institute on Exceptional Children, NCDPI, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 Principals Executive Program (PEP) Graduate -Principal s as Technology Leaders, UNC, 2003 Principals Executive Program (PEP) Graduate -Leadership for High School Principals, UNC, 2001 National Academy Foundation Certification and Training, New York, 2004 and San Diego, 2005 PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED EXPERIENCE Math Teacher, Central Cabarrus High School, Concord, NC Part-time Math Instructor, Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, NC Eighth Grade Math Teacher, Erwin Middle School, Salisbury, NC Math Manipulative Presenter, Signum Associates, Connecticut Jan. June 1996 July - Dec Jan. - May 1997 Administrative Intern, Rockwell Elementary School, Rockwell NC Administrative Intern, Northwest Cabarrus Middle, Concord, NC Administrative Intern, South Rowan High School, China Grove, NC Assistant Principal, Mooresville High School, Mooresville, NC Principal, Western Alamance High School, Elon, NC Jan. Sept Sept June 2008 Aug Aug Aug Present Portfolio Manager, High School Turnaround, DPI Executive Director of Secondary and Career Technical Education (an Associate Superintendent level position) 1:1 Laptop Project Manager 4 th 12 th Grade Deployment, Mooresville Graded School District, Mooresville, NC School Leadership Services Inc. Principal Coach, Guilford County School System, NC Educational Consultant Innovative Leadership for 21 st Century Education 3 P a g e

4 A. Davis CV Updated May Jan. June 2009 Mar June 2012 Sept June 2012 Oct Dec Jan June 2012 August 2010 Present Jan. Dec Feb June 2013 Sept June 2012 January 2013 Present Educational Consultant, North Carolina State University, Friday Institute for School Innovation North Carolina Learning Technology Statewide Feasibility Study commissioned by Gov. Beverly Perdue LEA Future Ready Schools Support Coach Watauga, Surry & Rowan- Salisbury School Systems, Golden Leaf Foundation Grant, Friday Institute, North Carolina State University Senior Consultant for North Carolina s Learning Technology (NCLTI) Statewide Master Planning and Framework Process Analysis and Alignment Consultant, Pearson Education Executive Support Coach Department of Public Instruction Instructional Technology Division, IMPACT Continuation 1:1 Schools Kannapolis and Asheville City Schools. Clinical Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina Greensboro, Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) : Program Coordinator/Director of Graduate Studies Specialist in Education (EdS), Piedmont Triad Consortium Liaison, NCATE Accreditation Coordinator for ELC, Teachers Academy Council of Program Coordinators, Doctoral Committee Member, ELC Assessment Coordinator, ELC Strategic Planning Committee, Internship Coordinator MSA, PMC and EdS, Internship Orientation for School and District level mentors, Admissions Committee Chair EdS, UNCG Speakers Bureau, EdS Outreach and Recruitment Committee, Statewide Electronic Evidences Committee, ELC Retreat Committee, ELC Advisory Board Coordinator, Golden Leaf Grant Coordinator for SOE, Epic-ed Contributor and School of Education Recruitment Committee Member. Education Consultant, Highmark Company, Raleigh, NC Co-Principal Investigator, IMPACT V - 21st century school and classroom leadership, North Carolina Reform/Change model 4.5 million grant Principal Coaching Leadership Services, Inc. Leadership Development Leadership Services, Inc. Principal Investigator, Training and Assessments for Instructional Technology, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, $40,825 grant. Principal Investigator, 21st Century Leadership with Instructional Technology Facilitator Certification, Golden Leaf Foundation of North Carolina, $200,000 grant. The grant focuses on building statewide 21st century school and classroom leadership to support and develop economic 4 P a g e

5 A. Davis CV Updated May strength in tobacco-dependent, economically distressed, and/or rural communities in North Carolina through leadership development and graduate coursework. January Present Leadership Academy Co-Founder, Coordinator and Presenter Leadership in Action, CERTL: The Center of Excellence for Research, Teaching and Learning, Wake Forest University. October 2013 May 2014 Guilford County Schools P.A.C.E Leadership Institute Facilitator and District Executive Support Coach on Personalized Learning in a 1:1 Ubiquitous Environment TEACHING AND TEACHING INTERESTS ELC Practicum in Educational Administration (Adjunct) Fall 2010 Winter 2010 Spring 2011 Summer 2011 Fall 2011 Winter 2011 Spring 2012 Summer 2012 Fall 2012 ELC 660 The Principalship (Web/Lecture - WLC) ELC 662 Power, Politics and Schools (Web/Lecture) ELC 690 Practicum in Educational Administration (Old MSA Program) ELC 690 Practicum in Educational Administration (New MSA Program) ELC Technology and Administrative Leadership (Online) ELC 694 (2 Sections) - Cultural & Political Dimensions of Schooling (WLC) ELC 690 Practicum in Educational Administration (Old MSA Program) ELC 690 Practicum in Educational Administration (New MSA Program) ELC 662 Power, Politics and Schooling (Online) ELC 660 The Principalship (Web/Lecture) ELC 690 (3 Sections) Practicum in Educational Administration ELC 671 Principal Fellows Seminar (Web/Lecture) ELC 672 Technology Leadership (Online) ELC 690 (2 Sections) Practicum in Educational Administration ELC 671 Principal Fellows Seminar (Web/Lecture) ELC 701 The Superintendency (Focus on District Leadership Web/Lecture) ELC 662 Power, Politics and Schools (Online) ELC 690 Practicum in Educational Administration ELC 701 The Superintendency (Online IMPACT V) ELC 790 Internship in Educational Leadership Winter 2012/13 ELC 662 Power and Politics (Online-IMPACT V) 5 P a g e

6 A. Davis CV Updated May Spring 2013 Summer 2013 Fall 2013 Winter 2013/14 Spring 2014 Summer II 2014 ELC 690 Practicum in Educational Administration ELC 701 The Superintendency (Web/Lecture) ELC 790 Internship in Educational Leadership (2 Sections) ELC 672 Technology Leadership (Online) ELC st Century Teaching, Learning & Leading (Online) ELC 790 Internship in Educational Leadership ELC 672 Technology Leadership (Online) ELC 701 The Superintendency (Web/Lecture) ELC 790 Internship in Educational Leadership ELC st Century Teaching, Learning & Leading (Online) ELC 662 Power and Politics (Online) Interests: Personalized Learning; Practicum in Educational Administration; Syncing up with the Digital Natives 21 st Century Teaching, Leading and Learning; Brain Research on the Digital Native, The School Principalship; Leadership for Lasting School Improvement; School District Leadership; Cultivating Leadership in Schools: Connecting People, Purpose and Practice; School Leader as Learner and Learned; School Leader as Conceptualizer, Synthesizer and Inventor; School Leader as Decision Maker, Problem Solver and Assessor; School Leader as Planner, Operations Guide, Evaluator, and Communicator; School Leader as Change Agent; Navigating and Understanding the Political Climate. SERVICE ON STUDENT DISSERTATION, CAPSTONE & LICENSURE COMMITTEES: Ed.D. Ed.S. MSA/PMC SERVICE ON STUDENT ADVISING Ed.D. Ed.S. MSA/PMC P a g e

7 PUBLICATIONS: JOURNAL ARTICLES A. Davis CV Updated May Hewitt, K. K., Davis, A.W., Lashley, C. (2014). Transformational and transformative leadership in an innovative partnership-based leadership preparation program. Submitted to the Journal of Research on Leadership Education. Davis, A., W. & Hewitt, K. K. (2013). Australia s campfires, caves, and watering holes. Learning and Leading with Technology, June/July, 2-5. Hewitt, K. K., Mullen, C. A., Davis, A. W., & Lashley, C. (2012). Making an impact statewide to benefit 21st-Century school leadership. AASA Journal of Scholarship & Practice, 9(3), Davis, A.W. & Hewitt, K.K. (2012, September). Ubiquitous Learning Ecology: A Framework for Successfully Implementing 1:1 Computing. ACEC, Perth, Australia. Davis, A.W. & Lashley, C. (2011). Syncing up with the ikid!: Implications of Instructional Technology Utilization for School Administrators' Professional Development (White Paper). National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Annual Conference. Portland, Oregon. Davis, A.W. (2009). Syncing up with the ikid: Portrait of Seven High School Teacher Leaders Transforming the American High School through a Digital Conversion of Teaching and Learning. Doctoral Dissertation, UNCG. Davis, A.W. (1994). Portfolio Assessment. The High Success Connection. 3(1), 2 5. PUBLICATIONS: BOOK CHAPTERS Hewitt, K. K., Lashley, C., Mullen, C. A., & Davis, A. W. (2012). Game changers: Developing graduate faculty for a technology-rich learning environment. In J. Tareilo & B. Bizzell (Eds.), Handbook of virtual/online programs and instruction in educational leadership. NCPEA Press/Rice University (National Council of Professors of Educational Administration) (ISBN ) PUBLICATIONS: CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Davis, A. W. & Hewitt, K. K. (2012). Ubiquitous learning ecology: A framework for successfully implementing 1:1 computing. Proceedings of the 2012 ACEC Conference. 7 P a g e

8 A. Davis CV Updated May ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS Davis, A. W. (2013). Web 2.0 Tool & Resource Guide. Online digital resource for educators. https://syncingupwiththeikid.wikispaces.com/web+2.0+tools+and+resources Davis, A. W. (2012). Web 2.0 Tool & Resource Guide. Online digital resource for educators. https://syncingupwiththeikid.wikispaces.com/web+2.0+tools+and+resources Davis, A. W. (2011). Syncing up with the ikid! The Big Ten Master Plan: EPICED Implementation Framework, U.S. Department of Education Davis, A. W. (2010). Syncing up with the ikid! The Big Ten Master Plan: North Carolina Learning Technology Initiative (NCLTI). Davis, A. W. (2009). Syncing up with the ikid! The Big Ten Master Plan: Moving from traditional to technology-rich future ready schools and districts. PRESENTATIONS Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2014, April). Managing Conflict & Coaching for Performance. Golden Leaf Foundation Leadership Institute, UNCG. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2014, February). The Hidden Leader. Golden Leaf Foundation Leadership Institute, UNCG. Davis A. W. & Coble, L. (November, 2013). Culture, Leadership and Change Giving Wings to Children s Dreams. Golden Leaf Foundation Leadership Institute, UNCG. Hewitt, K., Lashley, C., & Davis, A.W. (2013, November). A Collaborative Partnership for Leadership Preparation: Discourses of Transformational and Transformative Leadership. Paper presented at the annual meeting of UCEA in Indianapolis, IN. Lashley, C., Reitzug, R., Peck, C., Davis, A.W., & Woody, A. (2013, November). Innovation and Quality in Leadership Preparation: A Critical Conversation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of UCEA in Indianapolis, IN. Davis A. W. & Coble, L. (2013, September). Leading Change in the 21 st Century Education Nation. Golden Leaf Foundation Leadership Institute, UNCG. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2013, August). Leading and Developing High-Performing Teams. Golden Leaf Foundation Leadership Institute, UNCG. Davis, A. W. (2013). Down Under: Our Study Tour Discoveries, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), San Antonio, Texas. 8 P a g e

9 A. Davis CV Updated May Davis, A. W. (2013). Leadership to Lead a Ubiquitous Learning Ecology, International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), San Antonio, Texas. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2013). The Hidden Leader (360 Debriefing), IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2013, April). Learning from a Master: Yourself. Golden Leaf Foundation Leadership Institute, UNCG. Davis A. W. & Coble, L. (2012, November & 2013, February). Systems Leadership. IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Davis A. W. (2012, November) IMPACT V Personalized Learning, UNCG School of Education Advisory Board Meeting Presentation. Davis, A. W., & Hewitt, K. K. (2012, October). Ubiquitous learning ecology: A framework for successfully implementing 1:1 computing. Paper presented at the annual meeting of ACEC, Perth, Australia. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2012, October). Staying on Track Building Quality Organizations (Paper Plane Simulation). IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2012, August). Lessons Learned from Experience. IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Davis, A. W. (2012). Leadership Coaching for Transformational Change: Insight out-inspired thought and work. NCPEA, Kansas City, MO. Lashley, C., Davis, A.W., Hewitt, K.K., & Mullen, C.A. (2012). Making an Impact Statewide: A Three-Pronged Targeted Model on 21 st -Century School Leadership. Paper presented at NCPEA, Kansas City, MO. Kappler Hewitt, K., Davis, A. W., Lashley, C., & Mullen, C. A. (2012). Game changers: Developing graduate faculty leaders for a technology-infused environment. Paper presented at NCPEA, Kansas City, MO. Davis, A. W. (2012). Teaching and Learning in the New Digital Landscape. Learning Forward Conference, Denver, CO. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2012, April). Managing Conflict, IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2011, December & 2012, February). Culture, Leadership and Change. IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. 9 P a g e

10 A. Davis CV Updated May Coble, L. & Davis A. W. (2011, October). Learning from a Master: Yourself. IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Davis A. W. & Lashley, C. (2011). Synching up with the ikid: Implications for school administrators' professional development, NCPEA Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon. Davis A. W., & Coble L. (2011, August). Leading and Developing High-Performing Teams. IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Davis A. W., & Coble L. (2011, August). Leading Change in the 21 st Century. IMPACT V Leadership Institute, UNCG. Coleman, E., Corn, J., Davis, A. W., Lalbeharie, V. & Sartain, C. (2011). NCLTI framework for planning. North Carolina 1:1 Learning Collaborative Leadership Conference. Davis, A.W., Honeycutt, M. & Sawyer, D. (2010). Don t let the tail wag the dog. North Carolina 1:1 Learning Collaborative Leadership Conference. Davis, A.W. (2010). Leadership for Change, North Carolina 1:1 Learning Collaborative Summer Leadership Conference, Presenter Friday Institute, NCSU. Davis, A.W. (2010). NCLTI Master Plan and Framework, North Carolina 1:1 Learning Collaborative Summer Leadership Conference, Friday Institute, NCSU. Davis, A.W. & Eldrige, J. (2010). Teaching Children in a New World - Technology in the Schools, Presenter, North Carolina Network of Grant Makers Annual Meeting. Davis, A.W. (2019). Syncing up with the ikid, Keynote Speaker, UNCG Leadership Summer Symposium. Davis, A.W. (2008). Glimpses of Life with an Autistic Child, Keynote Speaker and Panelist, Partner s and Learning Family Resource Institute, Rowan County, NC. Davis, A.W. (2008). The Star Polisher, Keynote Speaker, Guilford County Schools. Davis, A.W. (2007). The Leadership Journey, Keynote Speaker, UNCG Leadership Summer Symposium. Davis, A.W. (2007). N.C. Public School Forum Panelist. Davis, A.W. (2006). Principal Leadership, Keynote Speaker, NCASA Conference, Raleigh, NC. Davis, A.W. (2006). NCDPI Closing the Achievement Gap Conference, Greensboro, NC. Davis, A.W. (2005). Principal Leadership The High School Perspective, Panelist, NCASCD Conference, Pinehurst, NC. 10 P a g e

11 Davis, A.W. (2005). Transforming the Comprehensive High School through Smaller Learning Communities, Model Schools Conference, Washington, DC. A. Davis CV Updated May Davis, A.W. (2003 & 2006). Governor s Task Force for the Retention of New Teachers, Member, Panelist, Presenter, Raleigh, NC. Davis, A.W. (1999). The Freshman Academy Experience - Best Practices of North Carolina Conference, Raleigh, NC. Davis, A.W. (1994). Math Alive - North Carolina Middle School Association Annual Conference, Charlotte, NC. GRANTS AND CHARITABLE DONATIONS $200,000 grant - 21st Century Leadership with Instructional Technology Facilitator Certification, Principal Investigator, Golden Leaf Foundation of North Carolina, $4.5 million grant IMPACT V, Co-Principal Investigator, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, $40,825 grant Training and Assessments for Instructional Technology, Principal Investigator, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, $500,000 donation - Lowes, Inc. to Mooresville Graded School District for 1:1 Computing Initiative, 2008 $550,000 - Corporate and community donations for Western Alamance Student Activities Center Athletic Complex, $900,000 Smaller Learning Community Federal Grant recipient, Western Alamance High School, PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS North Carolina delegate to the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE) eighteen day study tour, Perth, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, September North Carolina High School Principal of the Year, 2006, National Association of Secondary School Principals Lighthouse Award from NCASCD 2006 (Western Alamance High School went from 56% proficient to over 85% proficient in 5 years) 11 P a g e

12 Alamance Burlington School System Principal of the Year Finalist 2005 and 2006 School of Distinction 2004 & % Proficient and Met AYP Signature School Award from NCASCD North Carolina Principal Fellows Academic Scholarship, $40,000, (Class 2), 1995 A. Davis CV Updated May North Carolina Nominee: Presidential Awards Program for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching, 1995 Completing the Picture Award, CH.A.D.D, 1993 PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS National Council for Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) North Carolina Professors of Educational Leadership (NCPEL) University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Horace Mann League (HML) National Principal of the Year Association (NPOY) Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) (NCASCD) North Carolina Association of School Administrators (NCASA) National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP) North Carolina Technology in Education Society (NCTIES) International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Alpha Delta Kappa (ADK) Autism Society of North Carolina NC Principal Fellows Alumni Association UNCC & UNCG Alumni Association UNIVERSITY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE UNCG School of Education Curriculum Committee Member ( ) Research & Academic Professional Member of School of Education Graduate Faculty ( ) 12 P a g e

13 A. Davis CV Updated May NCATE Accreditation Officer, ELC, School of Education, UNCG ( ) EdS Statewide Principal Cohort Co-Principal Investigator Partnership with NCDPI ( ) North Carolina Statewide Electronic Evidences Committee Member ( ) ELC Departmental Revisioning Committee Member -MSA/PMC ( ) Assessment Coordinator, ELC, School of Education, UNCG ( ) Doctoral Committee Member (2011 current) Internship Coordinator, ELC, School of Education, UNCG ( ): Alamance-Burlington, Asheboro City, Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Davidson County, Durham, Guilford, Lexington City, Montgomery County, Randolph County, Rockingham County, Stokes County, Surry County, Thomasville City and Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools Piedmont Triad Consortium, Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations liaison (2010 current) ELC Departmental Revisioning Committee Member EdS/EdD ( ) ELC EdS Outreach and Recruitment Committee Member ( ) ELC EdS Outreach and Recruitment Chair (2013 current) Graduate Assistant Supervisor (2010 current) Program Coordinator/Director of Graduate Studies EdS (2012 current) Teachers Academy Council of Program Coordinators, School of Education, UNCG (2011-current) ELC EdS Admissions Committee Chair, UNCG ( current) UNCG Speakers Bureau, UNCG (2010 current) North Carolina Statewide Electronic Evidences Committee ( ) ELC Retreat Committee, UNCG ( ) ELC Advisory Board Coordinator, UNCG ( ) ELC Advisory Board Member, UNCG (2013 current) Golden Leaf Grant Coordinator for SOE, UNCG ( current) Epic-ed Contributor, US Department of Education ( ) https://www.epiced.org/ UNCG School of Education, Recruitment Committee Member, Senior Consultant for North Carolina s Learning Technology (NCLTI) Statewide Master 1:1 Planning and Framework (2010): Alamance-Burlington, Cabarrus County, Charlotte- 13 P a g e

14 A. Davis CV Updated May Mecklenburg, Cleveland County, Winston Salem Forsythe County, Greene County, Guilford County, Kannapolis City, Mooresville, Orange County, Rockingham County, Rowan County, Stokes County and Yadkin County LEA Future Ready Schools Support Coach Golden Leaf Foundation Grant, Friday Institute, North Carolina State University ( ) - Watauga, Surry & Rowan-Salisbury School Systems Executive Support Coach Department of Public Instruction, Instructional Technology Division, IMPACT Continuation 1:1 Schools ( ) A.L. Brown High School Executive Support Coach Department of Public Instruction, Instructional Technology Division, IMPACT Continuation 1:1 Schools ( ) SILSA High School & Asheville High School Process Analysis and Alignment Consultant PEARSON - Student Information Management Systems, Registration and Attendance Processes Anne Arundel Maryland & Baltimore City Schools Professional Development Advisory Board Member and Presenter, Friday Institute, North Carolina State University Summer and Winter Leadership Institutes ( ): Ashe, Asheville City, Beaufort, Craven, Granville, Jones, Kannapolis City, Madison, Mitchell, McDowell, Onslow, Rowan-Salisbury, Scotland County, Surry County, Vance County, Watauga County and Weldon City School Districts Leadership Development and Coaching IMPACT V Priority Schools ( ): Pine Forest High School, Cumberland County; New Bern High School, Craven County; West Craven Middle School, Craven County; Toisnot Middle School, Wilson County; Hamlet Middle School, Richmond County; Glenn High School, Winston-Salem Forsyth County; Paisley IB Magnet School, Winston-Salem Forsyth County; Archdale Trinity Middle School, Randolph County; East Alexander Middle School; Alexander County; Robert L. Patton High School; Burke County; Charles D. Owen Middle School; Burke County; Enka High School, Buncombe County. https://impactv2011.wikispaces.com Executive Support Coach (2011) Montlieu Elementary School, Guilford County Schools, NC Piedmont Leadership Academy (PTLA) Spring, st Century Teaching, Learning and Leading Workshop 14 P a g e

15 A. Davis CV Updated May Guilford County Schools Strategic Planning RttT District Grant Visioning (2012) Thirty million dollar grant recipient for Personalized Learning 21 st Century Leadership Development training for the Golden Leaf Foundation ( ) Allegany, Bertie, Bladen, Clay, Edenton-Chowan, Edgecombe, Hertford, McDowell, Northampton, Rockingham, Scotland and Stokes School Districts. https://glfleadershipdevelopment.wikispaces.com/ Salisbury Rowan County Housing Authority Choice Neighborhood Improvement Project Advisory Board Meeting Participant (2013) Guilford County Schools P.A.C.E. Middle School Principal s Leadership Institutes and Executive Support Coach ( ) The American Cancer Society Walk for a Cure Friends of the Library, Burlington Public Library Democratic Women of Alamance County 15 P a g e

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