Warner, Sewall to Join Leadership Academy Faculty
AACTE welcomes two new members to Leadership Academy, to be held June 22-26 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With their extensive leadership experience at a variety of institutions, faculty members help participants develop a more comprehensive understanding of the challenges facing leaders in educator preparation.
New leaders Sean Warner (Clark Atlanta University, GA) and Angela Sewall (University of Arkansas at Little Rock) will join veteran faculty members Wanda Blanchett (University of Missouri- Kansas City), Walt Gmelch (University of San Francisco, CA), and Renée Middleton (Ohio University) to lead discussions that range from managing finite resources to effective development and public relations. Read about the new additions below, or click on the links to learn more about any of the Leadership Academy faculty.
Angela Maynard Sewall is Emeritus Dean of the College of Education, University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Sewall received her bachelor of arts degree from St. Mary’s College (IN) in political science and philosophy. Her master of arts degree was awarded in international law and political theory by St. Louis University (MO), where she also attended law school. Sewall earned a doctorate in educational administration and supervision from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville in 1990. She has attended the Principal’s Center program and the Institution for Educational Management at Harvard University (MA) as well as completing postgraduate work in history at Stanford University (CA), where she was a COE fellow. Sewall completed the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Millennium Leadership Institute during the summer of 2003. She has served on AACTE’s Board of Directors, Committee on Meetings and Professional Development, and Committee on Research and Dissemination as well as governing and visiting boards of the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
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Sean S. Warner is dean of the School of Education of Clark Atlanta University. He was formerly dean of the College of Education at Grambling State University (LA) and chair of the Department of Secondary Education and School Leadership at Norfolk State University (VA). Warner has served on statewide task forces examining and contributing to education policy in Virginia, Louisiana, and Georgia. He has served as an editor for two refereed journals, one for the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals and the other, Multicultural Learning and Teaching, an online international journal. Most recently, he wrote the foreword for Urban Special Education: The New York Experience, published in 2013, and coauthored a chapter in Multicultural Education for Learners with Special Needs in the Twenty-First Century, published this year by Information Age Publishing. He is a senior fellow with the Institute for the Study of the African-American Child and was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Read more about Sean Warner.
Registration is open through May 31 for this great learning experience! The 2014 Leadership Academy will be held at the Marriott Milwaukee Downtown. Click here to register or to learn more about the event.