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Tameka McGlawn

Dr. Tameka L. McGlawn is the Director of Equity and Impact, for ConnectEd: The California Center for College and Career. Considered a seasoned collaborator and evidence-based strategist, Dr. McGlawn served as the Senior Associate for Linked Learning at The Education Trust-West, where she led assessments of Linked Learning implementation, with a strong focus on the quality of curriculum and instruction delivered through Linked Learning pathways, as well as equitable systemic access and improved outcomes for students. Earlier in her career, she served as the Instructional Dean of Students at Construction Technology Academy at the Kearny High Educational Complex where she was instrumental in the development of their data-driven instructional Leadership team. She also served as an In-School Counselor at the School of International Business. Dr. McGlawn has provided servant leadership to urban learning communities for over twenty years.

Having served at every academic level (K-20), in a myriad of settings and professional roles, Dr. McGlawn offers a unique perspective on student-centered achievement, equity-based outcomes and effective institutional practices. Her actionable research interests where she has served and facilitated professional development include strategic reform implementation, systemic accountability, culturally responsive pedagogy and leadership, and building network alliances through innovative collective impact initiatives. Dr. McGlawn is a proud graduate of both the CSU San Diego’s Community Based Block Multicultural & Social Justice Master’s Program, and the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California where she earned her doctorate in Educational Leadership. She also has credentials in Administrative Services and Pupil Personnel. An effective consensus builder and action-oriented researcher, Dr. McGlawn brings an ideal synthesis of research savviness, practical application and a deep commitment to increased opportunity for all students.