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Chrissy Eubank

Chrissy comes to E2L with 20+ years of education experience in the public education system as a teacher, instructional coach, and an administrator. With a wide range of educational experience from elementary to high school, Chrissy has a unique perspective in teacher growth and development. Her passion for instructional coaching led to her PhD dissertation in the field of instructional coaching with novice teachers and professional growth. With every experience, Chrissy seeks opportunities to learn and grow as a coach and is excited to impact teacher professional growth in meaningful ways.


  • Ph.D. in Education, Texas Tech University, Lubbock TX, Curriculum Studies and Teacher Education
  • M. Ed in Reading, Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX, Reading Specialist
  • M. Ed in Leadership, Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX, Educational Leadership
  • B.S. in Education, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, Interdisciplinary Studies

Career Highlights

  • 9  years of assistant principal and principal experience: San Angelo ISD and Irving ISD 
  • 6 years instructional coach experience: Grape Creek ISD, San Angelo ISD, engage2Learn 
  • 8 years elementary teacher experience: Irving and Grape Creek ISD 

Other Roles

  • 2 years of curriculum writer experience: San Angelo ISD 
  • 9 years as a leader of teacher professional develop: National Writing Project Site, Angelo State University 


  • Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association (TEPSA), Assistant Principal of the Year, Region XV (2017-2018)
  • Teacher of the Year, Grape Creek ISD (2009)
  • ASU, Distinguished Graduate Student Award (2008)
  • 2006 Carr Graduate Scholarship Recipient (full graduate scholarship, ASU) 


  • Principal certification, K-12 (Texas)
  • Reading Specialist certification, K-12 (Texas)
  • ESL certification, K-12 (Texas)
  • English certification, grades 1-8 (Texas)
  • Generalist certification, grades 1-8 (Texas)

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