LeTrecia Gloster Named October Holmes Scholar of the Month
Congratulations to LeTrecia Gloster, the October 2018 Holmes Scholar of the month.
Gloster is currently a doctoral candidate studying educational leadership at Bowie State University. Her research topic is a case study on the impact of mentorship on the trajectory and sustainability of African American women superintendents.
She completed her undergraduate studies at Bowie State University where she received her B.S. in mathematics education and her master’s degree at Trinity University in Washington, D.C.
Upon completion of her undergraduate studies, Gloster began her teaching career as a mathematics teacher. After six years of teaching, she became a school assistant principal and then school principal. Through her leadership, she organized and established programs that transformed the educational experience for students by providing leadership and supervision in urban middle and high schools. She focused on climate and culture, instructional leadership, and instructional programming through the inception of the Ninth Grade Academy, Academy of Engineering, and led the transformational classroom practice through technology integration and online blended learning. She further mentored and supported many aspiring leaders to transition into the field of school administration.
Gloster currently serves as the executive director of school support and improvement for the Schools of Innovation in Metro Nashville Public Schools where she supervises, coaches, and supports principals of priority schools.
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