A lifelong learner and scholar, Sara began her journey as an educator more than 20 years ago. She grew up and attended school in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, where she now resides with her family. Sara is a proud longhorn and graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Education. She went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Education Administration and Doctorate of Education in Curriculum, Instruction and Supervision from Texas A&M University – Commerce.
Sara’s public school career spans with experience as a teacher, mentor, assistant principal, principal and district administrator in large urban and suburban school districts with diverse student populations. As a district administrator, Sara worked on policy development and alignment, Title IX Complaints, equity initiatives, federal/state grants management, school improvement and organizational reform initiatives, student discipline, truancy prevention, and family and community engagement. She also taught in higher education as an adjunct professor for Johns Hopkins University.
Understanding the lifelong impact and significance of early learning opportunities, Sara opened an early childhood learning center. To date, the childcare center has flourished into a franchise of learning centers serving over 1,500 students throughout the North Texas area.
Sara has an unwavering pledge to advancing our current education system for all students, regardless of their ethnicity, socioeconomic status, gender, etc. She has an in-depth knowledge of the challenges and inequities facing public schools all over the nation. Like, e2L she is committed to helping schools and districts “design and create sustainable systems of innovation that spark a culture shift and create massive gains” in achievement and engagement for all students.