Educator in Chief
Tammie Workman is a life-long educator who has been a teacher, principal, and Assistant Superintendent in suburban, small urban, and large urban school districts in diverse areas of our country. As part of her work, she implemented social emotional learning (SEL) at both the school and district-wide level, expanded innovative mental health partnerships, school-based health clinics, and supports for families experiencing homelessness. Workman has directly supervised broad systems improvements in special education, discipline, behavior, and other areas that led to more equitable approaches and outcomes for children and families.
Over the course of her career, Workman has been a steering committee member of The City of Austin’s Any Given Child creative teaching initiative, Atlanta Public School’s Comprehensive School Safety Initiative, the Annie E. Casey Changing the Odds education achievement partner network, and was a fellow for The Southern Education Foundation’s Racial Equity Leadership Network (RELN). Currently, Tammie serves as a trustee for the Ausherman Family Foundation, is a member of the Trauma Responsive Frederick task force, as well as an advisory member for The Phoenix Recovery Academy, Maryland’s only recovery high school. Additionally, she is an advisor and consulting producer for the documentary series, Defining US.
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